Top 5 scenic cricket grounds in the world
#4. Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet (St Lucia)
The Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium is named after Darren Sammy, the all-rounder who won the T20 world cup twice for the West Indies. The stadium was previously known as Beausejour Oval.
It is the first venue in the Caribbean to host a international cricket match under flood lights. It's a major international venue in the Caribbean, hosting a test match almost every year. The venue hosted a few games during the 2007 World Cup as well. The background of the stadium is occupied with lots of greenery and the stadium was previously named after Beausejour Hills which surround the stadium.
The stadium has got a capacity of around 15,000. If the sun is out, it won't be a bad idea to spend a day at this venue.