• ATOL Protected icon ATOL Protected

    All of our holidays that include flights are protected by the ATOL scheme from the moment you book. So if one of our suppliers fails, you’ll get your money back. If you’re left stranded abroad, a flight home will be arranged at no extra cost. Our ATOL number is 11806

    ATOL Protected
  • Extra protection when you need it most  icon ABTA Protected

    As proud ABTA members we deliver the highest standards when it comes to our holidays. So if you book with us you’re guaranteed the best service. Our ABTA number is P8283, Y6720.

    Extra protection when you need it most
  • Your money is safe with our secure trust account.   icon Secure trust account

    Unlike many other travel companies we operate on a trust account model. Once we’ve paid the airline for your flights, the rest of your money is held in a trust account. We do not have access to this directly and can only withdraw funds when you are back home from holiday

    Your money is safe with our secure trust account.

2023 holidays now on sale - grab your summer savings from £299pp.  Book now


Avg weather in September
    View live forecast
    12 Hrsper day
    216 mmper month
    75 %avg
    12 Mphavg

    Barbados weather September


    What's the weather like in Barbados in September?

    Barbados is at the meeting point of the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, and has hot tropical weather. It’s just 13 degrees north of the equator, so there’s high temperatures all year round. Although September’s in the wet season, you'll still get lots of warm and sunny weather if you book your Barbados holidays at this time.

    Climatic influences

    Barbados’ wet season starts towards the end of May and lasts until early December, although there’s similar daily sunshine hours to the dry season. Rains and storms usually come in short and heavy bursts, meaning there’s plenty of long, clear days in September. Trade winds that blow in from the Atlantic Ocean will keep you cool, while there’s not much difference in weather around the island as it’s relatively flat. There’s more rain in the hills though, and the north and east Atlantic coasts are usually a bit rougher than the west Caribbean coast.


    You can look forward to an average high of 30ºC in Bridgetown during September, and things stay nice and warm in the evenings. You won’t need much more than your shorts and t-shirts as temperatures only drop to 23ºC at night. At 29ºC, the sea’s also nice and warm, while humidity’s very high. Average rainfall’s 159mm over 15 rainy days, although you can still expect eight hours of sunshine from the 12 hours of daylight each day. Be careful in the sun and use sun cream as UV levels will be extremely high. The sun will go down at around 6pm.


    Best hotels in Barbados

    Related Destinations