DESTINATION BARBADOS – During COVID-19, recognizing that more people are working remotely, sometimes in very stressful conditions, with little option for vacation, Barbados wishes to offer the opportunity to relocate temporarily and work from one of the Caribbean’s most lovely Islands. The Barbados Welcome Stamp Visa is valid for 12 months. Barbados offers a wide range of budget-friendly studios to beachfront luxury condos. Barbados has a solid infra-structure in place with a stable economy, good healthcare facilities and fast Internet connectivity. Safe and healthy outdoor living for singles, couples, families, and you will always be close to a beautiful beach! For more information https://www.barbadoswelcomestamp.bb/apply/
Let me know if you take Barbados up on their hospitality.
I have thought about doing it myself more than once! ~ Molly
Sandals Barbados https://www.sandals.com/sandals-barbados/
Sandals Royal Barbados https://www.sandals.com/royal-barbados/
All-Inclusive, Adults-Only. Located on the south end of Barbados, only 15 minutes from the airport, enjoy two resorts located next to one another for free exchange privileges, featuring Sandals first ever rooftop pool, first craft beer garden and gourmet dining at 18 unique restaurants.
Cobblers Cove https://www.cobblerscove.com/
A haven of grace and tranquility for discerning travelers. This intimate, independent, boutique resort with only 40 spacious suites is spacious and charming, with verandas overlooking the ocean and tropical gardens.
Waves Hotel & Spa https://www.eleganthotels.com/waves-hotel-spa
A boutique, all-inclusive resort, Waves is a member of the Elegant Hotels Collection, now part of the Marriott Portfolio. Waves recently announced participation in the Barbados Welcome Stamp Program.
Bougainvillea Barbados https://www.bougainvillearesort.com/
Oceanfront full-service hotel located on the South Coast near St Lawrence Gap. Ideal for families with studios and suites, including kitchens.
St Nicolas Abbey https://www.stnicholasabbey.com/ Established in the mid-seventeenth century, restored as an operating sugar plantation and distillery. Complimentary rum tastings and a film recording the daily life at the plantation circa 1935 – not to be missed.
Harrison’s Cave – https://harrisonscave.com/ Go underground to see natural forming stalactites and stalagmites with pools and rushing streams.
Oistin’s Friday Night Fish Fry https://www.barbadosbarbados.com/activity/oistins-fish-fry/ See local artists, listen to island music and soak up the casual, fun loving vibe in this fishing village on the South Coast.
Island Routes https://www.islandroutes.com/caribbean-tours/barbados/82/barbados
Taxi Driver for personalized tours: Lionel Smart 246 262-8178
Barbadian or Bajan? Barbadian is the formal and official name for citizens of the Caribbean island of Barbados. But the term Barbadian is only used to fill out official documents and in passports. In Barbados the term Bajan is used by the majority of people in everyday life.
by Molly Sumption, Caribbean Honeymoon / Sandals Expert, Seattle & Portland / subscribe to RSS feed