The Caribbean

The Caribbean:

With over 7000 islands to choose from, 700 of them in the Bahamas alone, the Caribbean is truly the best year-round warm weather destination for travel and sports. It has only two seasons, rainy and dry with temperature rarely dipping below 80 deg F.

In addition to the 19 active volcanos which are continuously shaping the eastern Caribbean islands, having 9% of the world’s coral reefs and famous festive carnivals that are considered some of the largest in the world; they are also the originators of the Reggae and Soca music genres.

Its distinct colonial history has curated the landscape of many of these islands and it is not uncommon to find countries where English, Spanish, French and Dutch are all predominant native tongues! Language however was not the only by product! Sports, such as cricket, football and track & field, introduced in the 18th century have thrived within the local communities!

But don’t be fooled by their laid-back, fun image, the Caribbean has produced some of the greatest athletes to ever walk the planet. As such, the region has become the source of many studies for training and dietary methods.

At SPORTOURZ, we understand the Caribbean and all the particulars that are necessary to achieve a successful sporting experience for your team! From knowing the levels of sport in each island to the best training facilities and hotels available, we are able to recommend the best combinations to maximize your objectives whilst on tour.

SPORTOURZ can arrange tours / camps for: Football (soccer), Cricket, Netball, Track & Field, Rugby, Swimming, Field Hockey and Basketball amongst others.

Available Countries: Jamaica, Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, The Bahamas, Bermuda, Trinidad & Tobago & Puerto Rico

The Additions:

When there are no games, meetings or arranged training sessions, we have activity options for every island you will visit. These are some of our Caribbean favorites.

Bob Marley Museum / Kingston Tour – Jamaica:

Take some time out of your sunning and swimming to pay homage to a musical legend. Located in Kingston, this museum occupies the former home of Bob Marley. Inside, you’ll see personal artifacts, Marley’s personal recording studio and his bedroom, among other highlights.

Atlantis Submarine Day Tour – Barbados:

Experience life under the Caribbean Sea on the Atlantic Submarine! On your 40-minute journey, you’ll be submerged to depths of over 100 feet (30 meters), passing vibrant corals, tropical fish, and a sunken shipwreck. 

Pearl Island Beach – Swimming pigs / Snorkeling – The Bahamas:

Meet, feed, and greet the world-famous swimming pigs for the experience of a lifetime. Enjoy everything Pearl Island has to offer from kayaking to snorkeling to lounging on white-sand beaches.

Great Forts Tour – Bermuda:

Starting with Fort Hamilton, a pentagonal fort built in the 1870’s to protect against possible attacks from American forces, followed by Fort Scaur and the over 400 year old Fort Catherine which was built overlooking the beach where Sir George Somer and his shipwrecked crew scrambled ashore in 1609. Get a historical look at Bermuda’s past.

Carnival – Trinidad & Tobago:

Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago is said by some to be the greatest street parade in the world! Although the people of Rio may argue with that statement it is certainly the biggest and best of all the Caribbean carnivals.

Caving / Repelling Adventure – Puerto Rico:

Explore the Mountains while Hiking at Tanamá River with Caves + Caverns, Natural Springs Waterfalls with our Unique Underground River, body rafting, swimming, climbing, cliff jumps and more.

ATV Coffee Tour – Antigua:

Enjoy caffeine and adrenaline in one tour. Climb on board your personal ATV and head to a local plantation, where you discover the coffee making process from seed to mug. Then ride up to Cerro de la Cruz, which offers a spectacular view of the city and surrounding mountains.

Oistins Fish fry – Barbados:

Barbados’ biggest weekly bash takes place in Oistins every Friday night, when half the island descends on this small village on the southwest coast for the legendary fish fry. The winning formula is a simple one: fresh fish, cold beer and top tunes; it’s the island’s favorite feast

Surf the Soup Bowl – Barbados:

Serving up some of the Caribbean’s most impressive waves, this heavy right-handed barrel breaks in seven feet of water just offshore from Bathsheba, the “biggest” town on Barbados’ sparsely populated Atlantic Coast.

Mystic Mountain Bobsled Adventure – Jamaica:

Spend the day at Mystic Mountain adventure park. Soar up the mountain on the chairlift and enjoy amazing views of the Bay of Ocho Rios. Ride the park’s signature attractions, including the bobsled, which features a gravity-driven plunge covering 3,280 (1,000 meters) feet with twists and turns.

Blue Mountain Biking Tour – Jamaica:

Take a Journey of Adventure with us on the World’s #1 downhill bicycle tour featured in Vogue, Departure and Town & Country magazine and seen on Discovery’s Television Travel Channel. A must-do tour while in Jamaica.

Ziplining Chaguaramas – Trinidad & Tobago:

Take an exhilarating Zipline adventure above the treetops 100 feet (30 meters) in the air. Experience canopy walkways among the forest tree tops. Enjoy awesome panoramic views of the capital city of Port of Spain and the western coastline of Trinidad.

Climb Dunn’s River Falls – Jamaica:

Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s national treasures. Globally, it is as well-known as Reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name “Xayamaca” – land of rivers and springs – is more apt. The Spaniards called the area “Las Chorreras” – the waterfalls or springs – and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island.

Experience the Jerk Capital / Rip some waves – Jamaica:

 Jerk pork harkens back to the traditional Maroon way of preserving the meat: it’s marinated with Scotch bonnet chilies, allspice, garlic, thyme and spring onion and smoked slowly over pimento (allspice) wood fire for that unique taste. Visit where it started in Boston and take a surf lesson before or after you dine!

The Appleton Estate Rum Tour – Jamaica:

Largely regarded as one of Jamaica’s best rum distilleries, the Appleton Estate has been producing the liquor since 1749. With its sprawling sugarcane plantations and facilities, the estate covers an 11,000-acre (4,452-hectare) plot and makes about 10 million liters of rum per year.

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Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas
CEO Founder
Simon Jolta
Simon Jolta
Senior Trainer
Bill Kennedy
Bill Kennedy
Senior Trainer
Tina Luyben
Tina Luyben
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