We love the Caribbean



The Caribbean is best known for its white sandy beaches, turquoise blue seas and some of the best holiday resorts. Combine that with a welcoming culture, mouth-watering cuisine and excursions galore, and you’ve got a holiday that has all the right ingredients. Whilst each and every Caribbean island has something special to offer, we wanted to focus on two of them.



Jamaica



Sat right in the heart of the Caribbean, Jamaica offers a warming feeling of escape, with a vibrant colour and culture to go with it. You’d be absolutely right to think of beaches, sunshine and sand for a holiday here. Wherever you choose to stay, you’ll never be far away from the relaxing sound of the shore and a rum punch. But explore beyond and there’s a whole lot more, making it a destination for all kinds of travellers.

With a famed history and rich culture, lush landscapes and amazing accommodation options, even a two-week holiday would offer something different from each day to the next.


For the adrenaline junkies, there’s also plenty of choice, including zip-lining through the rainforest, zooming down the mountains on a Jamaican bob-sled or jumping into cascading waterfalls.


Or slow down the pace with a leisurely horse-ride along the beach – perfect for all ages.


There’s a huge choice of accommodation options in Jamaica. From grand hotels offering all-inclusive luxury all the way through to laid-back inns, there will be something available to cater for all budgets and tastes.



Antigua



Another island paradise, Antigua is home to gorgeous beaches and an array of beautiful resorts for couples, honeymooners and families. Delve a bit deeper and you’ve got an intense, musical culture on your doorstep that’s ready and waiting.


From the busy market stalls in St John’s to the famous Shirley Heights Sunset Party held every Sunday, the steel drums and reggae will be heard. Enjoy it when the rum flows, the BBQs sizzle and the sun sets! Many resorts have live bands playing too, so wherever you go you’ll get a flavour for the upbeat local sounds.


The hiking in Antigua is also a real treat. A small island, you’re never far from a nearby town or village, but you’ll also soon feel like you are miles away from it all. A hike up to the island’s highest point, Mount Obama at 402m takes from 1-3 hours, giving you some epic views from the top. There are two routes available up to the top; we recommend the North Side – it’s a whole lot more interesting! On route, walk through pineapple plantations, lemon grass fields and dense rainforest filled with bamboo clusters, creeks and ridges, which will give you a real appreciation for the nature here.

Whilst all Caribbean islands are famed for their beaches, Antigua has a beach for every day of the year. That’s right, there are 365 of them. So, whether you want to soak up the holiday atmosphere or seek a bit of calm – it’s all possible.


There are plenty of incredible holidays to Jamaica and Antigua available.


Contact us today and we’ll find the right holiday to suit you.