West Indies v England 2019
In the Caribbean, cricket goes beyond sport; it’s a part of life, leaving a vibrant strand through the island’s rich shared heritage. Only for cricket, individual rivalries are cost aside as locals unite under one flag – that of the West Indies cricket team.
It’s been said that the only way to get a true understanding of the Caribbean is to see a cricket game there; the sights, sounds, smells and tastes on offer here are found nowhere else in the world. With such a unique atmosphere to experience – and of course a great climate – there’s no wonder that travelling to watch England play in the Caribbean is top of many a cricket lover’s wish list.
In Barbados, internationally-acclaimed cuisine and exceptional hotels mingle effortlessly with fish festivals and rum shacks to create a unique atmosphere that calls its visitors back time and again.
1st Test: 23 – 27 Jan
1st ODI: 20 Feb
2nd ODI: 22 Feb
With its safe harbours, beautiful reefs, protected bays and glorious palm-fringed beaches, the island of Antigua is renowned for its contented culture.
2nd Test: 31 Jan – 4 Feb
St Lucia’s fabulously volcanic and mountainous landscapes offer a lush, green and ruggedly tropical backdrop to its idyllic, blue-meets-white shores.
3rd Test: 9 – 13 Feb
5th ODI: 2 Mar
1st T20: 5 Mar
Known as ‘The Spice Island’, Grenada’s rich tapestry of history, culture and landscape will enchant your senses.
3rd ODI: 25th Feb
4th ODI: 27th Feb
Dive into the irresistible charm of cricket-mad St Kitts, where volcanic slopes meet turquoise seas, and a warm climate lingers year-round.
2nd ODI: 8 Mar
3rd T20: 10 Mar