Book A Holiday To Barbados And Get FREE Tickets to The Cricket

Book a last-minute holiday with Tropical Sky to Barbados for as little as £799 per person and get tickets to the cricket ‘thrown in’ totally FREE!

Long-haul specialists, Tropical Sky, has teamed up with the Barbados Tourism Authority to give customers a special welcome pack that provides discounts and free passes to a number of major attractions including the option of free tickets to any of the cricket matches taking place in Barbados – even the final!

For those ‘stumped’ for a last-minute getaway, May is a great time to visit Barbados.

Almond Casuarina Beach

It offers fantastic weather, spectacular sunsets, empty beaches and, most importantly, bargain prices. What’s more, the beautiful Caribbean island also plays host to the largest cricketing event in its field with a number of thrilling matches on offer including:

8 May England v South Africa & Pakistan v New Zealand
9 May India v West Indies & Sri Lanka v Australia
16 May The Final

A ticket for any of these games, even the final, is absolutely free and will be delivered to the hotel.

For those not so batty about cricket, other attractions include the championship golf course at the Barbados Golf Club which is offering an all-inclusive 18-hole round of golf for $99 or a three-day golf pass for $275. Visitors can also visit Gibbs Hill in St Peters, a 21 year-old garden owned by Mr Ole Dam-Mikkelsen, which is reminiscent of the National Trust but with a tropical flavour.

Cricket in Barbados

Prices start from only £799 per person for seven nights on a room-only basis at Discovery Bay. Or to be closer to the action, opt for seven nights at the four-star Almond Casuarina Beach resort on an all-inclusive basis with prices from £1,099 per person. Valid for departure on 14 May, the prices include scheduled flights from Gatwick, resort transfers, taxes and surcharges, plus the option of FREE tickets to see the final on 16 May.

For more information or bookings, contact Tropical Sky on 0870 907 9600 or visit

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