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Luxury St. Lawrence Gap Holidays

Rum and reggae

St. Lawrence Gap

Set on Barbados' south coast, St. Lawrence Gap probably ticks off every box on your Caribbean retreat wishlist. By day, relax on white-sand beaches and cool off with a spot of snorkelling (this area is packed with tropical fish), and when the sun goes down, embrace your inner Bajan with a night on the town. Make a beeline for The Gap (as hip as its nickname), a road lined with restaurants, rum shacks and clubs. Tuck in to a fresh fish supper, before ordering a rum punch or two and soaking up the atmosphere. For those who like to show off their moves, the nightclubs in the area play a variety of music genres, from reggae to dance. You’re only 10 minutes’ drive from Bridgetown, too, so exploring the island’s historic capital is nice and easy.

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Don't miss Oistins on a Friday night - this sleepy fishing community comes alive with seafood stalls, reggae music and dancing. Get there by 6.30pm to make the most of it!

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Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Barbados is approximately 9 hours.

Transfer Time

Transfer time from Barbados airport to St. Lawrence Gap is approximately 15 minutes.

When to go

With over 3,000 hours of sunshine every year and temperatures that hover in the high 20s and low 30s, Barbados is a year-round destination. The driest season, however, runs from December through to June.

Visa Information

A visa is not required for British citizens.

Tipping

It's common for restaurants to put a 10-15% service charge on to the bill - if this is the case, there's no need to tip any more. If you're taking a taxi, it's polite to tip around 10%.

Introduction to languages

The official language of Barbados is English.

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