Transportation information for Barbados is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Several options are available to travel within Barbados. Taxis are a common way for visitors to travel and fortunately are easy to find. If you need something a little more on a budget, a good option is the buses that circulate on the island.
While there are no ferries running in Barbados, there are plenty of yachts and other boats that can be chartered.
The primary airport for Barbados is the Grantley Adams International Airport which is roughly 10 miles southeast of Bridgetown. Many large airlines such as American Airlines, Air Jamaica, and Virgin Atlantic Airways provide service to the Grantley Adams International Airport. Another option for arriving to the islands is by cruise ship to the Bridgetown Cruise Terminal.
Chartered flights are available to get you to other islands within the Caribbean.
Map + Directions
Barbados is the easternmost island in the Caribbean, about 100 miles east of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Car rentals are available and offer the most freedom for your travels while in Barbados. Looking for something a little more adventurous? Consider renting a bike or a moped for your mode of transportation.