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For exclusive hotel discounts from JetBlue Vacations just book your air + hotel package by 4/2 for travel 6/1 - 9/30/17 (Blackout dates 6/30 - 7/7/17 & 9/1 - 9/5/17).

Participating Hotels: *The Crane Resort Residences, Dover Beach Hotel Barbados, Bougainvilla Beach Resort and Time Out Hotel.

Baggage/Other Charges: As part of a JetBlue Vacations Package, first checked bag on JetBlue flights is included (subject to weight and size limits and exceptions for itineraries including flights marketed or operated by other airlines), second checked bag is $35 and additional checked bags (over two) are $100. Price does not include fees for oversized/overweight/extra baggage or charges for products/services sold separately or not expressly included in package (such as airport transfers, resort fees, etc.). For JetBlue Optional Services and Fees (incl. baggage fees), click here.

Changes/Cancellations: Changes/cancellations must be in accordance with JetBlue and hotel policies. If change/cancel is made 60 days or more prior to departure date: $70 fee per person, plus any applicable hotel or other Travel Supplier penalties. If change/cancel is made within 60 days of departure date: $135 fee per person, plus any applicable hotel or other Travel Supplier penalties. JetBlue requires changes/cancellations to be made prior to scheduled departure, otherwise all money for package will be forfeited. Hotel change/cancel policies and fees apply, vary by property, and may be more restrictive than the JetBlue policy. Call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), option 3 for the specific change/cancellation policies and fees that apply to a particular package. For changes, there may be an increase in package price. Valid cancellations are for JetBlue Vacations credit only, valid for 1 year.

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Featured vacations in Barbados

What to do in Barbados
 Barbados offers a real escape into island life. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
What We Love about Barbados
The beauty of Barbados is that everything comes together to make it one incredible destination: pristine beaches, unique cave formations, abundant wildlife and lush scenery. Barbados offers a real escape into island life, with historic rum distilleries, opportunities for local immersion and a fascinating colonial history to be explored. Check out the highlights from the video!
With spectacular views looking out to the ocean, some pools in the Animal Flower Cave are deep enough for a nice, chill swim. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways
The Animal Flower Cave
Located under the North Point cliffs in St. Lucy parish, the Animal Flower Cave is the only accessible sea cave in Barbados. Discovered by two English explorers in 1780, the cave is estimated to be 400,000-500,000 years old. The walls of the cave have been colored green and brown by oxidation of copper and iron, creating a mystic feel inside the caves. With spectacular views looking out to the ocean, some pools in the cave are even deep enough for a nice, chill swim.
The food in The Cliff Restaurant is intricate in terms of presentation and flavors. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
The Cliff Restaurant
Located on a cliff above an idyllic cove, this luxurious restaurant brings together an authentic Barbados gastronomy experience with its theatrical setting, internationally-acclaimed cuisines and impeccable service. The food is intricate in terms of presentation and flavors. You can taste a wide range of exquisite dishes including snow crab cakes, prime beef tenderloin and shrimp with green curry coconut sauce. For those who want to indulge, warm bread and butter pudding, caramelized lemon tarts and chocolate mousse are all wonderful choices.
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Hunte's Gardens
Situated in a crater in St. Joseph, Hunte's Garden is an extraordinary creation by legendary horticulturist, Anthony Hunte. He combined vibrant colors of both native and rare exotic plants to create a lush oasis for visitors to enjoy a relaxing experience when visiting Barbados. The garden is terraced with coral stone walls and pathways that lead to delightful surprises, including a fountain shrine, a sculpture and a stone seat where you can overlook the garden.
Also known as the Barbados Boardwalk, the boardwalk along the southern coast of Barbados was the first walk built along the water on the island. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
Highland Pottery
Visitors are often amazed by the number of pottery shops when they visit Barbados. The rocks underlying Barbados consist of sedimentary deposits, including clay deposits that are suitable for making pottery. This is why pottery has been a well-defined and practiced industry in Barbados for centuries. Located in St. Andrew, Highland Pottery "is the perfect place for you to learn the history of pottery in Barbados and see the creation of pottery from start to finish," according to Winston Jn. Paul, owner of Highland Pottery.
Built in 1660, St. Nicholas Abbey is the go-to spot to get a taste of the award-winning rum and learn about rum-making history in Barbados. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
St. Nicholas Abbey
Built in 1660, St. Nicholas Abbey is the go-to spot to get a taste of the award-winning rum and learn about rum-making history in Barbados. Worrying that the estate would fall vulnerable to large developers, Larry Warren decided to carry on the legacy of the estate by purchasing and restoring it to its past glory in 2006. Unlike other distilleries, St. Nicholas Abbey produces its boutique rum in traditional small batches, with an annual production of only 6,000 bottles. The spirit is aged in bourbon oak casts to create a rich color before being hand-bottled into elegant glass decanters. St. Nicholas Abbey personifies the rich history of rum making.
The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is a paradise for animal lovers, allowing them to stroll freely in a natural environment alongside the animals. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Dubbed as the animal kingdom of Barbados, the Wildlife Reserve is a paradise for animal lovers, allowing them to stroll freely in a natural environment alongside the animals. Here you can see monkeys, peacocks, tortoises and Agouti and Brocket deer roaming the premises. The monkeys are the most abundant during the afternoon feeding time, making it a great place to observe the animals up close.
Explore the beautiful underwater world in Barbados by taking a submarine tour. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
Take a submarine tour
There is no better introduction to the beautiful underwater world of Barbados than through a submarine tour. Venturing the blue ocean at depths of down to 150 feet, visitors will see the abundant marine life including numerous tropical fish, reef, coral formations and a shipwreck.
The final ingredient for a wonderful Barbados vacation is enjoying the sunset on the beach, especially if you like horseback riding. Brought to you by JetBlue Getaways.
Cleland Equestrian Club
The final ingredient for a wonderful Barbados vacation is enjoying the sunset on the beach, especially if you like horseback riding.The Cleland Equestrian Club allows visitors to explore the natural beauty of Barbados at a leisurely pace on horseback. As you ride through the hills, fields, woods and down to the beach, you will be given a tour to learn about the colorful history of the island.
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