Barbados Cruises

Coast of the Caribbean Sea, Bridgetown, Barbados
Coast of the Caribbean Sea, Bridgetown, Barbados
Clock Tower, Bridgetown

Discover Barbados Cruise Holidays

A cruise to Barbados opens up a world of delicate natural coral reefs and warm, inviting seas. Other extraordinary finds around the island include breath-taking cave formations and 17th century plantation houses. Local traditions include afternoon tea and cricket, the national sport.

Things to See and Do in Barbados

The independent British Commonwealth nation of Barbados is a haven of relaxation. In addition to pristine powdery sand and gorgeous turquoise bays, Barbados has a UNESCO-listed World Heritage capital, a stunning interior dotted with botanical gardens, 70 miles of wild, east coast surf and a spectacular nightlife.  [ReadMoreMob] [ReadMoreDesk]

Barbadian Culture

Inhabited by proud, welcoming locals, Barbados truly is a paradise island and the perfecr Caribbean cruise destination. Its bustling capital and cruise port, Bridgetown, has a fine natural harbour, and colonial buildings and busy markets that provide a glimpse into the laidback lives of the Barbadians. The Caribbean island has an endearing blend of British and West Indian cultures, and its balmy, tropical climate makes it a favourite with travellers drawn to its relaxed sophistication.


Cruises to Barbados

Castries, St Lucia Castries, St Lucia Castries, St Lucia

Classic Caribbean Islands • S2324

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Wed 15 Nov 2023
29 nights
  • Cuisine, culture, natural beauty and breahtaking beaches - experience the best of the Caribbean
  • Sample Caribbean rum in Barbados, and learn about cocoa and sugar cane farming in Grenada and St Kitts
  • Relax on the sands of Antigua, witness the volcanic wonders of St Lucia and Dominica, and much more