Caribbean Marathons You Need On Your Race Calendar
Here are a few Caribbean marathons and half marathons in the coming months that are worth planning your next Caribbean travel adventure around.
Chasing The Race At Antigua Sailing Week 2018
A scintillating display of world class seamanship, speed, and man's/woman's insatiable appetite for competition, Antigua Sailing Week presents about as thrilling an experience as I've ever enjoyed at sea.
Enjoy A ‘Taste’ of Goat Races Day in Tobago
They taste as great as they race! The cheeky catchphrase has long been associated with Goat Races in Tobago, the staple sport of the Easter Season in Trinidad's sister island. I've long wondered, though, if the saying is true.
Easter Goat Races
The Buccoo Goat Race Festival: first run in 1925 (yes, folks have been racing goats in this corner of Tobago for almost 100 years), the Tobagonians of this sleepy village have a Barbadian (Samuel Callender) to thank for this poor man’s horse races — at the time reserved for the local gentry.
Kingston City Run: Run Di City With all the Sweat and None of the Stress
The Kingston City Run is a great way to run through New Kingston and enjoy the views from the hills above the city. Those views come with a price, though...
That Time I Went To a Cockfight in Haiti…
There are a few somewhat surprising entries on PETA's list of Cruel Sports. That cockfighting should grace the list, though, is no surprise.
Gearing Up (Maybe) For the Guyana Marathon
When you think Guyana, you mostly think of extreme adventuring amid otherworldly natural settings, not marathons.
Why I’m Contemplating Kiteboarding in Bonaire
Bonaire is all kinds of uncommon, the kiteboarding conditions appear perfect, and the people at Kiteboarding Bonaire look like a lot of fun.
Deal Of The Week: Havana Marathon Tours from InsightCuba
As Cuba becomes more accessible to U.S. travelers, new ways of experiencing the country are starting to emerge. Among the most uncommon: Havana Marathon Tours.