New Barbados campaign makes it ‘Feel like Summer’

New Barbados campaign makes it ‘Feel like Summer’

The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc (BTMI) is offering ‘digital credits’ to those who travel to the Caribbean island as part of its “Feels Like Summer” campaign.

The campaign aims to influence different types of travellers to book Barbados and enjoy a summer holiday with the help of digital credits of up to BBD$400 (£160).

To qualify for the “Feels like Summer” promotion, travellers must be 18 years and older, hold a valid reservation at a participating property and book a minimum stay of seven nights.

Approved travellers will be eligible to receive summer digital credits of up to BBD$400 for an 11-night booking and up to BBD$300 for a seven to 10 night stay.

These digital credits can be redeemed exclusively through the BookBarbados Trip Planner at participating experiences, shopping, and food establishments. The credits will be issued in denominations of up to BBD$100 each, with each approved traveller entitled to claim one digital credit per participating business.

The booking window is open until February 6 2024, with registration for the digital credits available until March 31 2024. The campaign’s travel window spans from the April 16 to the September 30 2024.

The partners accepting the credits include: Atlantic Submarines, Calabaza Sailing Cruises, Deia Beach, Harbour Lights, Harrison’s Cave Eco-Adventure Park, Island Safari and Acqua Spa at 02 Beach Club. 

 Bookbarbados.com/feelslikesummer

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