Please note prices were correct as of the publishing date however due to unprecedented demand prices are rising steadily so will be reconfirmed at the time of booking.
- Return international flights on KLM via Amsterdam – Economy class
- 10 nights accommodation – Ocean View room
- Daily breakfast
- Return airport transfers
- Return match transfers for each day of Test
- 1st TEST PREMIUM match ticket (5 days) – shaded behind bowlers arm
- Tour merchandise
- Tour Event
- Tour Manager
14MAR depart London, Heathrow 08:40, arrive Amsterdam 11:05
14MAR depart Amsterdam 12: 25, arrive Barbados 16:45
24MAR depart Barbados 17:50, arrive Amsterdam 10:30 (25MAR)
25MAR depart Amsterdam 11:40, arrive London, Heathrow 12:05
- Barbados Tourist levy US$2.5 – US$10 per room per night (payable locally)
- Travel insurance – click here for our recommended supplier
Where you are staying
Accra Beach Hotel Barbados
One of the South coast’s most popular oceanfront properties, the location is perfect……… long sandy beach with shallow warm water a little wavy for some admittedly. Set in a beautiful bay, with white powdery sand and calm turquoise seas framed by Casuarina and sea-grape trees. There is a selection of shops, cafes’s, bars and restaurants a few yards away and all this just 7 miles from the airport and 3 miles from Bridgetown.View Hotel
Who you are flying with
KLM was established on 7 October 1919, making it the world’s oldest airline still operating under its original name.
Since May 2004, Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have become the largest European airline group: 1 group, 2 airlines, and 3 businesses.
Together, Air France and KLM carry more than 77 million passengers per year. They operate 548 aircraft, enabling them to fly to 318 destinations in 118 countries. Members of the joint Air France KLM frequent flyer programme Flying Blue earn Miles and claim rewards on both airlines ’routes.
Each airline has retained its individual identity, trade name and brand. The 3 core businesses are Passenger Business, Cargo, and Engineering & Maintenance. Both airlines run their own operations from their respective hubs Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol.