The island of Barbados is often seen as a gem of a paradise. A place where visitors come to escape the sometimes aggressive cold weather of their homelands. This escape can prove useful in more ways than one as the reasons for visiting these shores are not just about soaking up the island's year round sunshine as many visitors do come to Barbados to either get married or enjoy their honeymoon.
Their's an air of romance associated with Barbados even before you land. The aerial view in itself is quite stunning as you gaze at the waves crashing against the coral-like sands that surround the island's coastline. Upon landing, one can feel an extension of the romantic ambience that already exists even when walking through the very corridors of the Grantley Adams International Airport. Simply put, the island is just filled with an air of overbrimming excitement and mystery all in one.
Honeymooning in Barbados is an excellent choice when trying to decide whereto after you tie the knot. We are well aware of the fact that your options are endless but your decision to have your honeymoon here is certainly one you can eagerly look forward to. On the topic of endless, the island has a plethora of activities that will keep you and your loved one in excellent spirits while visiting. Walks on the beach at sunset, tapping into the island's history, experiencing the joys of fine-dining at one of our many exquisite restaurants or doing something as simple as hopping into a mini-moke and heading out to discover the island.
If you want to keep things private, the hotel accommodation on the island caters to those requests as well. Honeymooners can stay close to their hotel room and enjoy basking in the sun or the beauty of Barbados' waters while they frolic in the ocean.
Whatever you do, we can only caution you of the possiblity of you yearning for more of Barbados. After all the stress and strain of planning your wedding, you deserve every ounce of together time and coming to Barbados is unquestionably a great way to get you in the mood and keep you there.