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Traveller Tips

We want you to get to know every corner of our beautiful country, travel like a local, enjoy and be safe, having in mind the following recommendations:

Some travelers require a visa to visit Barbados, so check the list of countries before you buy your ticket and verify the entry requirements according to the country where your passport was issued.

Barbados is a place where nature always rules and the adventure awaits, just remember:

Money Tips

Learn about currency, exchange rates, ATMs, taxes & more.

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Cell Phone Service

An unlocked cell phone will work in Barbados. But remember to call your wireless provider before you go to add global roaming capabilities to your plan.

You can also buy a SIM prepaid card and use your unlocked cell phone in Barbados.

Please note that receiving and making international calls on your mobile phone can be quite costly and you may wish to explore the alternative of renting a cell phone locally – contact Cable & Wireless at 1-800-804-2994 or visit them online at or contact Digicel online at

Food & Water

Imagine you find yourself running low on bottled water and your only source is the water from the tap. You’re in luck! The tap water in Barbados is completely drinkable.

When hungry it is easy to find restaurants, shops, cafes, bistros, and bakeries. The cuisine is quite extensive and includes both national and international options.


You can´t miss the waves and cool waters; just remember to always stay alert about ocean conditions since they are dynamic and constantly changing.

Avoid surfing in ocean conditions that are beyond your skill level. If you are a beginner, look for areas to surf with few people around. If surf lessons are offered in the area, make sure an expert give them. Don´t leave your belongings unattended at the beach. Use sunscreen. On some beaches, there may be crocodiles, so just ask people around before surfing.

Horse back riding

Ride in the most beautiful landscapes! Don´t forget to wear a helmet, long pants, durable shoes, sunscreen and insect repellent. Avoid shouts or sudden movements near the horse, as you could startle it. Be alert along the trail and enjoy the ride.