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At first glance, Barbados looks just like any other Caribbean island. However, when you look a bit closer, you'll find some differences. For example, Barbados is one of the most developed islands in the Caribbean; literacy rates are almost at 100 percent and the economy is booming. Barbados is a surprisingly historical island; you'll find that plenty of remnants of Barbados' colonial past have survived in the form of museums and plantations. If you're more interested in spending time outdoors, Barbados is an excellent destination for sports the likes of hiking, diving and wind-surfing. Find out for yourself what draws more than half a million tourists to Barbados each year by booking your cheap flights to Barbados on Expedia today.
Transportation in Barbados
All flights to Barbados land at Grantley Adams Intl. Airport (BGI), which is located in the parish of Christ Church. BGI was known as Seawell Airport until 1976 when it was renamed after Sir Grantley Herbert Adams, the first Premier of Barbados. BGI is the ninth busiest airport in the Caribbean and a major gateway to the Eastern Caribbean. Carriers that maintain a major presence at BGI include Leeward Islands Air Transport, REDjet and West Indies Executive Air. Visitors to Barbados have the option of renting a car, utilizing hotel shuttles or taking public transportation. Public transportation options include buses, minibuses and route taxis.
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When to book your Barbados flights
Barbados airfare is popular throughout the year thanks to the country's excellent weather. High season for tickets to Barbados is from late December to mid-April; visitors invade Barbados en masse in order to get away from the cold weather up north. Shoulder season takes place from late April to mid-June and late October to mid-December. Low season is from late June to mid-October. Some people try to avoid Barbados during the summer because it is the rainiest season of the year. However, don't let the rain discourage you from visiting during low season; even the rainiest of days has a fair share of sunshine.