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Situated in the Caribbean, the picturesque island of Barbados is a major holiday destination. Visitors to Barbados can be sure of plenty of good weather, perfect for soaking up the sun on one of the beautiful beaches. There are also a number of interesting attractions scattered around the island, with cheap Barbados car hire available to make exploring effortless.

Barbados is steeped in natural beauty. As well as several stretches of golden sand and crystal clear water, the island contains other natural features such as caves, waterfalls and vibrant wildlife. A good place to discover the island’s natural beauty is Graeme Hall Swamp, where over 40 species of birds live.

Barbados is a good destination for those with a thirst for knowledge and an interest in local history. Located in Bridgetown, the Barbados Museum contains clear displays depicting how the island has changed through the ages, while there also a number of colonial buildings and pretty churches to explore.

Although nightlife can be somewhat subdued in much of the Caribbean, the same couldn’t see said of Barbados. Here you will find numerous lively nightclubs, where just about every kind of music is played. The island is also known for its theatres and good restaurants which can be accessed with budget car rental in Barbados.

Many people time their trip to Barbados to coincide with one of the island’s vibrant festivals. A popular event is the Barbados Jazz Festival, which is held all over the island during the summer months. Most of Barbados’ festivals feature plenty of singing, dancing and drinking and can last for several days.