See England and the West Indies battle it out on the cricket field in the Caribbean this January.
Readers will be joined by two of the game’s greatest experts – former cricketer Jonathan Agnew and the Telegraph’s long-time cricket correspondent Scyld Berry – in Barbados and Antigua for the first two fixtures of this three-Test series.
Guests can enjoy expert insights and anecdotes from both during the games at the Cricket Forum event.
The itinerary also leaves plenty of time for guests to bask in the Caribbean sun, including at Turtle Beach on the south coast of Barbados and on the white sand, sun-drenched beaches of Antigua.
Agnew, who has been a cricket broadcaster for nearly three decades, won three Test caps for England in the 1980s, while Berry was covering Test series in the Caribbean before many of the current England team were born.
The most recent three-match series between these two teams was a draw. “I hope you can join me in Barbados and Antigua next year as the next chapter in this fascinating, long-running rivalry unfolds,” Berry says.
The tour includes return flights, a drinks reception, tickets to the First and Second Test, a dinner and B&B accommodation throughout your stay. To book a place and full details on this exclusive tour, see this link or call 0333 331 6234.