English cricket tours has released packages for the England v West Indies tour 2017 taking place in Antigua on the 3rd and 5th March at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium built for the 2007 World Cup and on the 9th March at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
The tour operator which has over 30 years of experience in taking English cricket fans across the world to watch England play has packages which include hotel accommodation and flights, and some include ODI tickets also.
Twin centre package- Barbados and Antigua
English Cricket Tours are offering a two centre package with 6 nights in Antigua, all-inclusive at the beachfront Halcyon Cove followed by 6 nights in Barbados on a B&B basis from £2700 per person which includes flights, accommodation, transfers from the airport to the hotels, and inter island flight. ODI tickets are extra.
English Cricket Tours are also offering 14 nights all-inclusive at the beachfront Halcyon Cove in Antigua, 23 Feb- 09 March 2017 from £2090 per person based on two sharing or £3500 per person based upon single occupancy including two Antigua ODI tickets, economy flights and transfers to the two Antigua matches.
Additionally, there are shorter durations of 9 nights all-inclusive at the beachfront Halcyon Cove in Antigua, 28 Feb – 09 March 2017 from £1921 based on two sharing or £2171 per person based upon single occupancy, including two ODI tickets, economy flights and transfers to the two Antigua matches.
English Cricket Tours are offering 7 nights at the beachfront Dover Beach Hotel, 06 – 13 March 2017 located at the quiet end of St Lawrence, from £1685 per person based on two sharing, including one ODI ticket, economy flights and transfers to the one Barbados match on the 9th March (approx. 40 minute transfer). The Dover Beach Hotel is close to bars and restaurants.
Two of the ODI matches will take place close to the Antiguan capital of St John with its rainbow hued buildings dotted around the impressive harbour area and complete with stunning cathedral. Antigua has much to offer visitors with a beach for every day of the year, a sunny climate and a love of cricket that is fully immersed into the culture. The third ODI will be played in Barbados, close to its historic capital Bridgetown, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Don Gooding, founder of English Cricket Tours said: The atmosphere at the Caribbean ODI’s is electric. There’s no sweeter combination than cricket and the Caribbean. This is one tour not to be missed!
For further information about the England vs. West Indies tour 2017 visit English Cricket Tours.