North Point, Barbados

Vacationers, fashion photographers, and jet-setters alike are repeatedly drawn to the allure of Barbados and its rainbow of colors. While the general theme of the island is barefoot and relaxed, a level of sophistication and history remains for those who enjoy a touch of glamour. Bustling cities meet sunset beaches here, offering the best of both worlds. From the island’s pink cottages to its blue lagoons and scented coconut groves, Barbados is a paradise for the senses. Surfing, horse racing and the national sport of cricket dominant the game scene, while the area’s extraordinary golf courses make for a fantastic leisure activity. Music is a large part of Barbados’s culture, so plan to unwind to the sounds of live, homegrown Calypso and Soca tunes. Prepare to sip a bevy of rum punches, as Barbados is home to one of the oldest distilleries in the world – Mount Gay Rum. Infused with local seasonings like basil and mandarin, an array of flavors awaits every taste bud. The yearly Crop Over Festival is a site to see in Barbados. The festival takes place from July to August and includes musical competitions, food & drink, and a costumed parade.

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How to get to Barbados

Fly into Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) direct from many North American and European cities. Connecting service is also available through Dominica, Grenada, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago. The Club, Barbados is 30 minutes from the Airport by cab.