Coral islands, born of the sea, with the Atlantic to the east and the Caribbean to the west. The Caribbean sun shines 3,000 hours a year. The temperature averages a cosy 27 degrees Celsius (80 Fahrenheit). The trade wind is a steady, cooling fan. The islands welcome many sports that are played in the UK, including tennis, rugby, netball, golf, football and, of course, cricket. Not sure there’s a better place to tour.

There are many destination combinations that work. Please see the tabs below and call us to work on the itinerary that suits your group the best.

  • Cricket


  • Football


  • Golf


  • Hockey


  • Netball


  • Rugby


  • Tennis


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Sporting Highlights

The Caribbean welcomes many sports that are played in the UK, including tennis, rugby, netball, hockey, basketball, athletics, golf, football and, of course, cricket, Gary Sobers and Desmond Haynes both having been born in Barbados.

St Lucia boasts the Beausejour Cricket Ground (built in 2002), which hosted the Cricket World Cup in 2007. Alongside it, there is an indoor practice facitlity, which is also home to netball, volleyball and basketball. Football and all-weather althletics facilities, along with a variety of the sports mentioned above, mean you can enjoy a whole week just on St Lucia.

In Trinidad, the sports facilities are amazing, especially for hockey, netball and cricket. If you combine with Tobago, you would have your toughest matches in Trinidad and local schools in Tobago will be delighted to host you. Tobago is more about the R & R.

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Must Not Miss

  • Watersports
  • Beaches
  • A huge variety of sport
  • Seafood
  • Rum
  • Swimming with turtles
  • Catamaran Cruise
  • Piton Mountains
  • Nature trails
  • Zip-lining through the rainforest
  • Steel pan workshop
  • Glass bottom boat trip
  • Caroni Swamp trip
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Suggested Itinerary

Do you want the strawberry cheesecake or the chocolate fudge cake? Whatever you choose is the right choice.

Barbados and St Lucia can both sustain week long tour. But you can combine them both in a two-centre stay, being a short flight away from each other.

If you prefer Trinidad, or Tabago, we’d recommend you take in both because they’re “only a heartbeat away”.

The easiest way is to chat through your preferences with us and we can advise you. We are regular visitors ourselves and send many teams there each year.

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