Barbados is the most eastern island in the Caribbean. It has an area of 430 square kilometers. Barbados has a population of about 260,000. With 97 kilometers of coastline, Barbados has lots to offer its visitors in terms of water sports and beach activities.


Barbados has an average daily high temperature of 78ºF/26ºC, an average daily rainfall of less than 1/4 inch and 3000 hours of annual sunshine, it’s hard to find another destination that enjoys weather any more perfect than in Barbados.


In Barbados, nature abounds. For a tarvellers, the opportunities to appreciate such treasures are just as plentiful. Our country’s mild, subtropical weather has nourished a fascinating array of flora and fauna, and nurtured lush gardens that are the most varied in the world.


No wonder, Barbados is one of the most sought after vacation and tourism spots in the Caribbean . Barbados continues to attract many tourists. Apart from sandy beaches, hotels, fine dining restaurants, and exciting nightlife; visitors to Barbados will always experience the warmth and friendliness of the people as well as some major event on the island that appears to never sleep.


Barbados is fast becoming a medical tourism destination and is recognized as having the most modern medical facilities in the Eastern Caribbean , including a dialysis centre, facilities for open heart surgery and a decompression chamber.


Barbados boasts of having highly trained doctors spanning a very wide range of medical specialties. These include various medical specialties and subspecialties such as gastroenterology, cardiology, gerontology oncology; surgical specialties and subspecialties such as orthopedics, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, urology and rhinolaryngology; rehabilitative services and radiology services which are both diagnostic and interventionist, to name a few. The majority of doctors in Barbados have completed their primary medical training at the University of the West Indies and subsequent post graduate training in the region, North America, and the UK and some have even trained as far away as Australia .


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