Head to Antigua if you’re looking for something very British with water sports galore and 365 white sand beaches. St.Johns the capital, offers exclusive restaurants and nightlife. Visit Admiral Nelson’s Dockyard at English harbour, once a major port for the British Navy and now a yacht haven and national park.
Antigua has a strong African-Caribbean flavour in music, dance, food and language.
Royal Antiguan is a good value tourist class resort sprawled upon acres of tropical gardens with a ½ mile golden-sand beach. Royal Antiguan is situated on a private cove and bordered by an 100-acre estate of tropical gardens.
Enjoy a complete array of watersports (with instruction) and plenty of day and night activities – from a hike to the historic Fort Barrington to the exploration of our very own shipwreck reef.
Cocobay, an exclusive getaway on the sunset side of Antigua, offers many unique experiences for even the most discerning traveler providing a blissful atmosphere among its gingerbread fretwork, sandy beaches and plantation-style Caribbean chic.
A colourful collection of pastel cottages, the resort crowns a hillside undulating down to white-sand beaches and the turquoise Caribbean Sea. A simple aura surrounds Cocobay where every guest will feel like they have found their true sandy sanctuary.
The Cayman Islands’ offer a large selection of world class accommodation, dining and activities. Those interested in watersports, sightseeing, shopping or simply relaxing in a hammock under the palms will find everything here.
Most of Cayman Islands’ population and activity is on the larger island of Grand Cayman (Stingray City), while Cayman Brac and Little Cayman make up the group. All three islands are surrounded by healthy coral reefs, dramatic walls and drop-offs close to shore , creating ideal conditions for diving and snorkeling.
First settled by shipwrecked sailors and buccaneers, immerse yourself in the colourful culture and traditions that reflect the rich history of seafaring ancestry.
Comfort Suites and Resort is located on Seven Mile Beach with ocean access, walking distance to shops, cinema, nightclubs and restaurants. It offers guests a wealth of amenities and spacious accommodation starting from studio suites through to two bedrooms. All have private facilities, air conditioning and kitchens, fully equipped with utensils and crockery.
With sweeping gardens, waterfalls, swimming pools and a large landscaped courtyard, the Hyatt Regency is one of the most glamorous resorts in the Cayman Islands.
Facilities include 3 swimming pools, a 9 hole Jack Nicklaus golf course, Camp Hyatt, diving, fishing, boat rentals, waterskiing, sailing, snorkeling, windsurfing and tennis. With five restaurants and five lounges, the Hyatt is the perfect choice for couples and families alike.
With over 700 islands scattered across the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Bahamas has enough diversity to satisfy every taste. The capital of the Bahamas is Nassau, New providence – a city which exudes a special charm created by the blend of old world elegance and up to the minute vitality.
It is a fascinating city with well-preserved colonial buildings and a large straw market. Add to this, casinos, world-class entertainment and duty free shopping and there is a certain excitement and rhythm to this special destination.
On Paradise Island, there are spectacular resorts with powdery white beaches and exciting nightlife and entertainment. Yet, not far from here, there are serene, unspoiled islands called the Out Islands, which are a haven for sailors, anglers and nature lovers.
Discover Atlantis, a lost continent rising from the sea amidst the largest marine habitat in the world, second only to Mother Nature.
Discover Ancient secrets in the underwater maze called The Dig, 11 swimming areas, white sandy beaches, thrilling water slides, a meandering river ride for tubing, casino, spa, sports centre, marina, discovery channel Camp for kids, duty free designer shopping, 35 restaurants and lounges.
Over 2300 guest rooms are set in three towers of accommodations, offering views of the island, terrace, harbour or water.