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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 - last edited April

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 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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Sir Vivian Richards: King of Antigua CricketNothing excites Antigua like a game of cricket – every scrap of spare land, from parking lots to wasteland scrub, bears a set of makeshift stumps. Cricket season is welcomed with a fanfare and Antigua cricket legend Sir Vivian Richards is worshipped by his homeland for his international batting prowess.

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Caribbean Swimming Holidays

by SarahWoods October - last edited October by Moderator

Caribbean Swimming Holidays

Dozens of open water swims offer adventurous souls the opportunity to see the Caribbean islands from the sea. With so much scenic shoreline to choose from, we’ve narrowed down the search to find the best Caribbean swimming spots for some aquatic sightseeing.

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A Caribbean Dictionary

by SarahWoods October - last edited October

Caribbean DictionaryUsing a smattering of local patois can help you converse like a Caribbean islander in a region where Creole patter rolls around the tongue with a word-rich rat-tat-tat rhythm. Take a look at our Caribbean dictionary and learn to speak like a local.

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