Barbados High Commission

Phone: +1 613-236-9517

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www.foreign.gov.bb

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Barbados High Commission
Category: Government Agencies & Offices

Key contact details for Barbados High Commission
Phone
+1 613-236-9517
Email
Email business
Website
www.foreign.gov.bb
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 16:00
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Address
55 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa Ontario, K1P 6L5

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This blend has become the unique expression of the Barbadian identity and is clearly evident in various facets of the Barbadian way of life. Barbadians are known to be hospitable, warm and inviting people, who take pride in welcoming visitors to their shores.

Each year, there are a number of local festivals. Chief among them is Crop-Over, held in July/August of every year and signalling the end of the sugar cane harvest. Crop-Over is one of the Caribbean's biggest festivals and is a graphic display of the skill, creativity, and cultural traditions of the country and its people.

Other festivals are the Holetown Festival, held during February, which commemorates the landing of the first settlers in Barbados and the Holders Opera Season, a musical and theatrical festival held during the month of March at Holder's House, St. James .

The annual International Jazz Festival, held in January, attracts renowned foreign artistes and draws visitors from all over the globe.

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    This blend has become the unique expression of the Barbadian identity and is clearly evident in various facets of the Barbadian way of life. Barbadians are known to be hospitable, warm and inviting people, who take pride in welcoming visitors to their shores.

    Each year, there are a number of local festivals. Chief among them is Crop-Over, held in July/August of every year and signalling the end of the sugar cane harvest. Crop-Over is one of the Caribbean's biggest festivals and is a graphic display of the skill, creativity, and cultural traditions of the country and its people.

    Other festivals are the Holetown Festival, held during February, which commemorates the landing of the first settlers in Barbados and the Holders Opera Season, a musical and theatrical festival held during the month of March at Holder's House, St. James .

    The annual International Jazz Festival, held in January, attracts renowned foreign artistes and draws visitors from all over the globe.

  • We accept:

    • Cash
Barbados High Commission’s Services

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Barbados High Commission’s Languages

English | French