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Angler Apartments

Clarke Rd. #1,
Saint James
Barbados, BB24008
Tel. 246 4320817

Fax. 246 4320817
Number of Rooms: 12
Check In Time: from 3 pm
Check Out Time: 11 am
Property Description: A small intimate apartment complex with studios and one bedroom furnished self catering holiday apartments. Private access to secluded beach 90 meters walk from apartments. In Saint James 5 minutes to Sandy Lane 3.5km to Holetown. Banks, shopping malls, supermarket, hotels, bars, beaches and restaurants within walking distance.
Amenities: Restaurant/Bar. Air conditioning, self catering, micro, coffee maker, toaster over, electric kettle, kitchenette, safes, hairdryer, bodywash & shampoo, ceilling fans, patio, balcony or verandah. Lawns and tropical gardens. Restaurant offers vegetarian, Indian and Caribbean cuisine.
Diving: We arrange diving - single dives, two tank, dive packages, courses and certification. We have a working relationship with Reefers and Wreckers for many years.

Barbados Blue Watersports

Hilton Hotel Complex
Needhams Point
St. Michael
Barbados W.I.
Tel. (246) 434 5764
Fax. (246) 435 3794
We are the only facility with on-staff Marine Biologists. We're surrounded by the best dive sites and best equipped dive boats and equipment = pure comfort.

Golden View Apartments
Mrs. Doris Stephens
16 Trevemper Road
Newquay, Cornwall
United Kingdom. TR7 2HS
Tel.: +44-1637-874716
Our apartments include a large bedroom with the comfort of English divan beds, three mirrored wardrobes and plenty of drawer space. The en-suite bathroom has a corner bath with shower attachment, washbasin and toilet. Apartments have ceiling fans in each room and air conditioning in the bedroom operated by disc. Satellite TV. VCR. HiFi. Telephone in room.

Settlers Beach Villa Hotel
Settlers Beach
St James, Barbados
Tel. 1 246 422 3052
Fax. 1 246 422 1937
Settler's Beach, a boutique villa hotel, is nestled on the tranquil west coast of Barbados. It's on four acres of beautifully landscaped tropical gardens right on the Caribbean seashore. The setting of this hotel is perfect; it encompasses tropical gardens, a freshwater swimming pool and a white sandy beach with bright turquoise waters.

The Dive Shop, Ltd.
Aquatic Gap
St. Michael
Barbados BB14000
Tel.: (246)426-9947
USA Toll Free: 1-888-898-3483
CANADA Toll Free: 1-888-575-3483
Fax.: (246)426-2031
Barbados oldest established dive facility, providing over 30 years of diving services to visitors of Barbados. "Safety is our Goal". Diving/Accommodations packages available.
» Number of Dive Boats: 2
» Maximum Number of Divers per Boat: 16 / 12
» Gear Provided: B.C, Reg, Tank and Weights. Mask, Fins, Wet Suits
» Rental Gear Available: B.C, Reg. Tank and Weights. Mask, Fins, Wet suits
» Nitrox Available: No
» Type of Diving Available: Reefs, Wrecks, combination of Reef and Wreck
» Total Dive Sites: 25 diffrent dive sites on both South and West Coast
» Minimum Time to Dive Sites: 3
» Maximum Time to Dive Sites: 20
» Certification Agencies: PADI, NAUI, ACUC, BSAC, SSI
» Courses Offered:Discover Scuba, Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver, Dive Master

West Side Scuba Centre
Baku Beach
St. James
West Indies
Ph. (246)4322558
Fax. (246)4322558
A PADI 5 Star Golden Palm IDC Training Centre. PADI Courses..Discover Scuba.. Dive Packages.. Transportation provided.. Accomodation Available.

Yellow Bird Hotel
St. Lawrence Gap
Christ Church
Tel.: 246 814 8444
Fax.: 246 418 9770
Located right in sizzling St. Lawrence Gap, 7 km from the airport and 10 km from the city of Bridgetown, Yellow Bird Hotel offers a choice of self-catering oceanfront studio apartments or two-bedroom suites, all with complimentary wireless. Fabulous service, great value, awesome views!

About Barbados

Barbados is a beautiful tropical island with many activities available. There is night life, music, history, art, and some of the best restaurants to be found anywhere. In addition to scuba diving, water activities include surfing, fishing, windsurfing, kayaking and more. But what makes Barbados such a wonderful place, and the reason why so many visitors keep returning to the island year after year, is the people. Barbadians, called Bajans, are warm and friendly, always ready to greet you with a sincere smile.

Whether new to diving or a seasoned pro, you will be amazed by underwater Barbados. The fringes and reefs found off this island blossom with healthy sponges, coral, plant life. There are a number of reefs, each one unique in its own special way.

The barrier reefs, located 1/2 - 2 miles from shore contain large coral heads which form the habitat for thousands of beautiful fish. Larger organisms are also found on these reefs, feeding on the smaller fish. The Hawksbill turtle can also be found on these reefs. Fringes and patching reefs are found closer to shore and have smaller coral formations and more abundant plant life then the barrier reefs. These reefs are home to Sea Horses, Frog Fish, Giant Sand Eels and many other marine creatures.

Wrecks form fascinating habitats for marine life and Barbados has several excellent sites for wreck diving. Carlisle Bay, with 200 reported wrecks, and the Stavronikita, located at Folkstone Marine Park are two of the most popular sites.

Climate 75 - 85F 24 -29C Water Temp 80F 27C Visibility 50 - 80 ft 15 - 24 m

Getting There

Air Travel

International Airport

Barbados (BGI) (Grantley Adams), 13km (8 miles) east of Bridgetown, near Christ Church.

Flight times to Barbados

Brussels - 9hr
Caracas - 2hr 30min
Frankfurt - 9hr
London - 8hr
Miami - 3hr 40min
Montreal - 5hr
New York - 4hr 20min
San Juan - 1hr 30min
Toronto - 5hr

Scheduled flights to Barbados

From USA

Air Jamaica
American Airlines
Caribbean Airlines
US Airways

From Canada

Air Canada
Caribbean Airlines

From Europe

British Airways
Caribbean Airlines
Virgin Atlantic

From within the Caribbean

Air Jamaica

Entry Requirements

Every person entering Barbados, including all North American citizens (Americans and Canadians), should be in possession of a valid passport and a valid return ticket.

Visas required for Barbados

Visas are required for citizens from the following countries:
Afghanistan Kuwait
Algeria People's Republic of Laos
Andorra Lebanon
Angola Liberia
Bahrain Libya
Benin Madagascar
Bhutan Monaco
Bolivia Macau
Bosnia - Herzegovina Morocco
Burkina Faso Mongolia
Burundi Mozambique
Cambodia Myanmar (formerly Burma)
Cameroon Namibia
Cape Verde Nepal
Central African Republic Niger
Chad Oman
China Pakistan
Comoros Paraguay
Congo Philippines
Djibouti Qatar
Dominican Republic Rwanda
Ecuador San Marino
Egypt Sao Tome & Principe
El Salvador Saudi Arabia
Equatorial Guinea Senegal
Ethiopia Somalia
Gabon The Sudan
Guatemala Syria
Guinea Taiwan
Guinea-Bissau Thailand
Haiti Togo
Honduras United Arab Emirates
India Vatican City
Indonesia Vietnam
Iran People's Democratic Republic of Yemen
Iraq Yemen Arab Republic
Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire) Yugoslavia
Jordan Zaire

Applicants for visas must complete form in duplicate. The form is to be accompanied by two (2) passport size photographs. The fee for a single entry visa is BDS$50.00 and for a multiple entry visa is $60.00. Visas may be obtained from any of Barbados' Missions overseas.

Duration of Visit to Barbados

Visitors coming to Barbados should provide proof of adequate means of support for the duration of their stay to the satisfaction of the Immigration officer at the port of entry. They should be in possession of valid return tickets.

Extension of stay

Visitors wishing to extend their stay should apply to:

The Chief Immigration Officer
Immigration Department
Careenage House, The Wharf
Tel: (246) 426-1011

Getting Around

Rental Cars
There are a number of international and local rental agencies available. You can obtain a Barbados drivers license for $10.00 Bds on producing a valid National or International License. All authorised car rental companies can issue you a drivers license if you have a valid license.

Bus Service
Frequent, comprehensive coverage of the island, flat rate of approx. Bds$1.50 for all trips. Although cheap, buses are crowded during the rush hours. All buses terminate at Speightstown.

Taxis do not have meters and fares are regulated by the Government. Listings are available from the Tourist Office. Please ask the price before travelling.

ZR Mini Vans
There are many licensed "Mini Vans" that run around the island picking up tourist and locals. You will recognise them by their "ZR" license plate. They have few fixed schedules but there are many of them and service is frequent. The rate is Bds$1.50 and is not recommended for the nervous passenger as ZR stop frequently, often abruptly, and move quickly to pick up the maximum paying passengers in the shortest time.

Helpful Tips

Most of the hotels, restaurants and commercial establishments will accept credit cards. Travelers checks are also widely accepted.

Informal, but conservative. Beach attire is appropriate for the beach but not town, shops or restaurants. Some hotels and restaurants stipulate jacket and tie for men and dresses for women in the evening.

110 volts/50 cycles. Most hotels can provide adapters and transformers for hair dryers and other appliances.

Nude Bathing
There are no nude beaches and all beaches are open to the public. Nudism is actually illegal. Barbados has a history of conservative British tradition and Barbadians are not comfortable undressing or seeing other undress on public beaches.

Barbados is a tropical island blessed with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Please remember to use sunscreen protection.




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