During their time away, the players will compete in seven Twenty20 matches against the Barbados development team.
The tour is in support of the same Opening Boundaries ‘Bowling Out Gender Inequality’ message which led to the UK Armed Forces team to visit Kenya in 2017.
Lieutenant Commander Hazelle Garton is the captain of the team. She said she feels lucky to get the chance to be part of the tour: “In Kenya, we had some really amazing experiences. One of the slums that we coached in still now does coaching every Saturday.
“Hopefully, we can leave a similar legacy in Barbados to people and young girls especially.
"It’s an opportunity to use cricket to have a bit of fun and also learn those key skills.”