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Where to go cycling in the Caribbean

by SarahWoods a month ago - last edited a month ago

Where to go cycling in the CaribbeanFrom gentle family cycling trips, pedal-pounding biking tours and fun-filled cycling excursions to thrilling mountain bike adventures through bird-filled rainforests, there are plenty of scenic places to go cycling in the Caribbean.

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Surprising holiday destinations for summer 2016As beautiful as Europe might be in July, there’s no reason to spend every summer on the Costa del Sol. From the colourful, palm-lined shores of Antigua and Barbuda to the spectacular mountain scenery of northern Japan, there are plenty of unusual places to explore during the peak months. Here’s our selection of surprising holiday destinations for summer.

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Discovering Betty’s HopeWhen sugar cane was king in Antigua, the Betty’s Hope Estate was the island’s most important, and largest, plantation, with a handsome twin-mill that crushed and extracted at a phenomenal rate, powered by slave labour and trade winds.

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Caribbean caves: Going underground in Antigua and BarbudaThe underground world of Antigua and Barbuda's hidden caves and mysterious rocky caverns is steeped in myth and legend. The beaches may be the most common calling card in these parts, but with so much subterranean scenery on offer, we’ve selected our favourite Caribbean caves to visit on your next trip to Antigua.

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UNESCO treasures of the Caribbean

by SarahWoods April 2015 - last edited October

UNESCO Treasures of the CaribbeanWith its jaw-dropping natural wonders, fascinating cultural heritage, and stunning archaeological and architectural sites, the treasures of the Caribbean are many and varied. Take a look at our guide to UNESCO in the Caribbean for the must-see locations.

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The Barmy Army Guide to Cricket in the Caribbean

by SarahWoods March 2015 - last edited October

The Barmy Army Guide to Cricket in the CaribbeanCricket fans will be bowled over by the warm welcome awaiting them in the West Indies, where a trio of wave-lapped, sunshine isles - Barbados, Grenada and Antigua - offer fast-paced cricket in the Caribbean. With the coveted Winners Cup awarded after a month of top Test action, the Barmy Army will have plenty to explore when it comes to Calypso cricket.

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