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For the perfect music getaway, few places in the world can compete. Barbados distills its unique blend of West African and Caribbean culture together with its elegant British heritage.

Classical/Pops is certain to entice you, but Barbados has many unforgettable experiences awaiting those who visit. You will discover Zagat’s “Dining Capital of the Caribbean,” refined luxury, and friendly people framed by white sandy beaches, translucent blue waters, lush tropical greenery, and warm sunlight.

With accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious hotels to boutique properties and spacious villas, there’s a choice that fits

every budget. Direct flights from New York, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Toronto, and London, and easy connections to many other cities, make getting here a snap.

A little online research or a travel professional will find you many great deals during the festival. For U.S. packages, book JetBlue. For spectacular villas with world-class golf, cool breezes and stunning hilltop vistas, consider Apes Hill Club. For travel questions, please email us, phone us at 001 (212)-207-9214 (U.S.) or click below to chat online.

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Our Favorite Adventures

There is never a dull moment in Barbados! World-class golf courses dot the island, and a tradition of horsemanship ensures top spots for horseback riding, horse racing, and polo. Offshore beckons with the call of deep-sea fishing, Atlantis Submarines underwater adventures, or diving to explore the shipwreck capital of the Caribbean. Closer in, kite surfing, wind surfing, and world-class board surfing are available. Inland, zip-line through a dense tropical forest, discover water-carved caverns and a 40-foot waterfall at Harrison’s Cave, or hike among the flora and fauna of Welchman Hall Gully, Flower Forest, or the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. History buffs should explore George Washington’s home, the only place outside of the United States visited by the President or a Jewish Synagogue founded by Sephardic Jews and restored by an Ashkenazi community that now encompasses a museum, cemetery, and the oldest mikvah in the Americas.