With crystal blue waters, white sandy beaches and a warm tropical climate it’s no wonder this picturesque island of Barbados has become a sought-after destination for those wanting to experience a golfing holiday like no other.
With a reputation for being one of the most luxurious and desirable destinations in the Caribbean, Barbados provides holiday makers with an original and enticing blend of adventure, fine dining and a relaxed, carefree atmosphere.
The weather is warm all year round so you are not only limited to the summer months to visit but between June and October some heavy showers can be expected, however these often pass quickly, and your golf game can resume. The most popular time to visit is from December to May when the days are at their longest and temperatures can average anywhere between the late 20 degrees Celsius to the early 30’s.
From businessmen, couples and groups to families – Barbados golf holidays have so much to offer parties of all types and sizes. The tranquil setting creates a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere which allows people to truly unwind and enjoy their stay.
For holiday makers looking for adventure, the glorious Caribbean Sea surrounding Barbados opens up a wide variety of water sports and activities. From windsurfing, paddle boarding and swimming with turtles to shipwreck diving we can promise you will never be bored!
On the west coast of the island are various tourist hotspots such as luxury hotels, remarkable restaurants and a vibrant nightlife making it the perfect destination to relax after a day on the golf course.
Traditional Barbadian cuisine (also called Bajan cuisine) is typically a mixture of Indian, Irish, African, Portuguese, Creole and British influences. A typical meal often consists of a meat or fish that has been marinated in herbs and spices, along with rice and peas, salt bread and salads and finished off with one of their many exotic baked desserts.
Barbados is also home to a variety of eateries from upscale white tablecloth restaurants and sushi to relaxing alfresco dining and street food stands.
Amongst the stunning Barbados landscape of cascading waterfalls and palm fronted beaches lies some of the islands most spectacular golf courses. Unlike anything you’ll experience anywhere else in the world this beautiful back drop is home to some of the world’s most famous courses that attract everyone from sports players to celebrities.
The exclusive Green Monkey course at Sandy Lane Resorts is a ‘bucket list’ destination for avid golfers and doesn’t disappoint with its dramatic fairways, sheer cliff faces and the famous ‘green monkey’ sculpted from greenery within the sands.
Set within the hills of Barbados – the aptly named ‘Apes Hill Golf Club’ offers stunning panoramic views across the sea for golfers to take in and enjoy. This challenging course features dramatic golf holes that wind over the deep ravines and along the banks of the lakes for a truly unique golf game.
Home to some of the best holes on the island – Royal Westmoreland boasts immaculate conditions, stunning views and an old-style clubhouse overlooking the course for players to enjoy a cold drink after a thrilling round of golf.
To make the most of this fine golf course why not stay at the Royal Westmoreland luxurious Caribbean villas. This light, spacious, colonial style accommodation provides unique independent villa living with first class facilities and each has its own dedicated housekeeper.
For the ultimate Caribbean paradise Barbados provides holiday makers with the perfect combination of white sands, blue seas and glorious weather to enjoy some of the excellent golf courses on offer.
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