Travel to the Caribbean

Travel to the Caribbean

There are many ways you can travel to caribbean casinos if you want to take part in some form of gambling. With over 15 countries in the Caribbean accepting physical casino licences and over 800 table games there is plenty to choose from in the Caribbean if you want to go purely to gambling holiday or fancy a trip to the casino after a day at the beach. Depending on where you live in the world travelling can take some time since the Caribbean can be quite expensive and arduous. Travelling from the USA you are looking at around $500 from most major international airports such as New York or San Francisco. There aren’t many budget airlines that fly from the US this route but all major carriers do fly somewhere in the Caribbean. The are no routes on budget airlines, but nowadays budget airlines aren’t as cheap as they used to be with excess fuel charges and airport taxes really bumping up the cost of flights. From the UK you can fly direct to the Caribbean with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Other European carriers can fly quite often direct from their country of origin but sometimes have to fly indirectly via one of the major London airports or through another European hub such as Amsterdam or Berlin. Although there are no budget airlines flying from Europe to the Caribbean there are plenty of airlines flying this route to create enough competition to keep the cost down to at least something sensible. Flight time is approximately 12 hours depending on where in Europe you fly from but it...
Gambling in the Caribbean

Gambling in the Caribbean

Although gambling in the Caribbean isn’t as popular as in major cities such as Las Vegas or Macau there are still many options for recreational player to get some gambling time in. There are 15 countries in the Caribbean with legalised casinos. Generally speaking games such as blackjack and roulette are far more popular then sports betting and there are no horse tracks in the entire Caribbean. At last count there were almost 800 tables as well as poker and of course slot machines. Slot machines are big business in the Caribbean at last count there were approximately 15,000 of them throughout all the 60+ casinos. There is also a very large poker tournament which happens every year in the Bahamas. It is run by poker stars and called poker stars Caribbean adventure. It features a wide range of poker tournament buy ins all the way up to a massive $100,000 highroller. The main event is a $5000 buying main event with up to $1 million for first prize. The entire event is broadcast on poker stars TV and you will often be able to find episodes like light on Channel 4. As well as Texas hold ’em there are many other varieties of poker game played at the series including pot limit Omaha and Stud. If you don’t have the capital to buy straight into the main event or the highroller you can satellite into these events online through the poker stars website. The poker stars Caribbean adventure is the first major event in the calendar taking place from January 8 and last approximately one week. Shortly after...