Beautiful, clean, clear waters... good surf,
great winds for sailing
Its location below the hurricane belt has made Barbados
into the number one Caribbean diving
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Barbados is the sports
capital of the Caribbean.
King cricket still
rules but netball,
are all fast becoming popular sports holiday options.
racing are a must.
Sports tour packages are customized to suit your needs and are available
in a wide range of disciplines, year round. As a result all associated
tour costs vary with the type of sport, number of fixtures required, numbers
traveling and proposed travel dates.
Due to special arrangements with local suppliers, we are able to offer
discounted rates or special concessions to touring teams for popular interest
trips and excursions which are only available when booked through Caribzones.
Barbados offers an excellent range of accommodation
including luxury villas and
as well as a variety of budget
In contrast to the small sandy attols and beaches of the Grenadines chain,
Grenada is mountainous and lush. The bustling harbour of St. George's
severely damaged by hurricane Ivan still welcomes the traveller with colourful
shops, bars and restaurants, streets rise steeply from the waterfront
to the town's interior.
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Grenada’s people are now in a ‘re-building’ phase, demonstrating
with courage and fortitude that this formerly upwardly mobile country
will rise again. There are assurances from Government that Cricket World
Cup is still on line for 2007, aided by the premature demolition of the
old stadium! Nature is also in a recovery phase and although it will take
many years to replace the magnificent trees that were lost, the wind-burnt
brown is gradually being replaced by Grenada’s signature green.
The tiny island of
Carriacou, situated to the north of Grenada, is a taste of the old
Caribbean precious and unspoilt. The hospitality is excellent and the
are first class
A wealth of sheltered coves awaits you as you cruise
down St. Lucia's Caribbean coastline.
An island tour
of St Lucia reveals vast banana plantations, a steamy rainforest, historical
monuments and a drive-in volcano! Great
hiking and trekking territory.
The bustling town of Castries in the north west, near one of the Caribbean's
premier marinas, has market places, excellent restaurants and plenty of
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The twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda offer a wide variety of holiday
activities including dynamic sailing,
all types of watersports plus land activities including tennis
The tropical rainforest and the Potworks Dam offer good venues for birdwatching
and safari tours
will take you off the beaten track into the picturesque interior.
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The first Caribs arrived in Dominica 1,000 years ago and their descendants
still practise traditional farming and basket weaving, in the area
known as Carib
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|The increasing interest in Eco Tourism bodes well for Dominica,
offering as it does vast areas of untouched interiors, ideal for exploring
by jeep or
on foot. The
emphasis on Eco Tourism brings whale
and dolphin watchers, who are thrilled with the diversity of species
that gather off Dominica
in the breeding and calving grounds. ||