Barbados golf holidays offer the ultimate Caribbean paradise. White sands, blue seas and glorious weather provide a blissful backdrop to some truly excellent courses. Find the perfect Barbados golf package at Golf Travel Centre. For one of the most luxurious resorts in Barbados, visit Royal Westmoreland which boasts a 7,045-yard championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr.
Set amongst a tropical landscape, this tricky course allows golfers to test and improve their playing abilities. The excellent climate guarantees Barbados golf holidays have sun all year round. Barbados offers visitors a vibrant culture as well as the opportunity to truly relax.
An ideal location for groups, couples and families alike, it’s the perfect
Enjoy year round sunshine and tropical Caribbean paradise with a Barbados golf holiday. An eastern Caribbean island, Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth nation and although the locals enjoy cricket and a spot of afternoon tea, this country provides some of the best golf courses in the world.
Our pick for the best golf course in Barbados also happens to be the newest. Opened in 2009, the Apes Hill Golf Club has introduced a new standard of excellence for golf in Barbados. With rolling meadows, tropical forests and coral stone quarries, this gorgeous course provides a diverse game in stunning surroundings.
Off the Course
There are so many things to do in Barbados that you’ll be spoilt for choice (if you do make it off those stunning courses). Our recommendation would certainly be Harrison’s Cave: a well known favourite, but worth every minute. A naturally formed cave, accessible on a tramway (which is an experience in itself), Harrison’s Cave is a cathedral of stalagmites, stalactites and underground lakes. Of course, it wouldn’t be the Caribbean without a Carnival, so we also recommend Barbados’ annual Crop Over Festival.
When is the best time to golf in Barbados?
Season to season, the weather in barbados falls into two categories: hot and dry or hot and wet. Hurricane season runs from June and through November, but is rarely cause for concern. From December through to April (the marginally cooler months) tourism is at its peak, and there is a lot to do and see. For a more chilled out season, head to Barbados during low season from mid-april to mid-December. The midday temperatures are scorching, but the Atlantic trade winds keep things pleasant, and the course is likely to be less crowded.