Best Vacation Home Deals in Barbados
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Price and Availability Index Barbados
Vacation Rental Price Information in Barbados
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Barbados. It is during a week of February (2/2 - 2/9) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. The week with the lowest average prices is in July (7/20 - 7/27).
Rental Availability Information in Barbados
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Barbados(in %). In a week of December (12/22 - 12/29), 58% of the vacation rentals are booked. More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/29 - 10/6) as the booking rate is only 16%.
Live the sweet life with Barbados vacation rentals
Vacation rentals in Barbados are all about pink hued sunsets, sticky aged rum, and diving into the cerulean blue of picture postcard ready bays. UNESCO World Heritage and Edenic gardens plush with exotic flowers, monkeys, and hummingbirds are just the beginning of your Caribbean adventure.
Live the sweet life in Barbados
Barbados' rum heritage extends far further than St Nicolas Abbey though. The first commercial sugar cane plantation landed in Barbados as far back as 1640, though settlers had been producing something similar for years.
Much of the heritage of the island and its inhabitants can be traced through this syrupy artery of industry, and at the Rum Distillery and Heritage Park, you can trace that fascinating tradition. Importantly, the tour of this working factory's historic buildings includes tastings.
Sample the famous nectar in all its forms at the annual Food, Wine and Rum Festival every November. Celebrity chefs hold cook offs followed by beach parties and live music. If you miss that, come to the Holetown Festival in February, another liquid-orientated affair.
Cruising in the Caribbean is a must. Schooners depart Bridgetown throughout the day in season. White sails, turquoise ocean, and nothing but the prow through the waves. Not a mariner by nature? Then come to Rockley Beach, a perfect smile of sand licked by brilliant ocean. Wander the two mile boardwalk to Hastings or surf.
Paynes Bay Beach is one of the most popular for snorkelers, mainly because you are likely to see stately sea turtles. Shark Hole may sound daunting, but the saltwater pool is enclosed around 300 degrees. Make sure you don't miss out on Ostins Fish Fry, a Barbados institution. Here, the culinary creations celebrate the freshness of the seafood sold at next door's beachside market. Come on Friday nights when its buzzing with life.
Top tips for your trip
Harrison's Cave is one of the most memorable natural treasures in Barbados. In the island's heart, this fabulous limestone cave is adorned with chandelier-like stalactites created over hundreds of years by crystal rivulets of water.
St Nicholas Abbey
Rather than an ecclesiastical edifice, St Nicholas Abbey is consecrated to rum. Barbados is considered the birthplace of the syrupy liquor, and now you can tap into that rich vein of heritage at this idyllic plantation.
Hummingbirds flit between the exotic flowers at the Flower Forest, where the pavilions and garden features are interspersed with towering palm trees. Come and walk among them as butterflies flutter in your wake.
Labyrinthine walkways meander through Andromeda Gardens, a historic garden built in the surrounds of the parish of St Joseph. Monkeys hang around in trees fragrant with flowers at this Eden to rival any in the world.
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