• Pigeon Island
  • Sunrise at Galley Bay, Antigua

St Lucia and Antigua Multi Centre Holiday

For the ultimate trip to the Caribbean, consider island-hopping between Antigua and Saint Lucia. Discover two paradise islands as you spend your days exploring sun soaked beaches and beautiful natural scenery.

While both tropical islands are packed with dazzling beaches, the two each offer a unique and distinct personality. For the best of both worlds, book our Saint Lucia and Antigua multi-centre holiday. 

In Saint Lucia, you’ll find luscious and verdant rainforests and incredible natural beauty. From thrilling zip line courses, adventurous hiking trails and historic chocolate plantations, Saint Lucia is an explorer’s haven. The Piton Peaks, two mountainous volcanic plugs, are a highlight of the island. A World Heritage Site, the two green peaks are attractive for hikers, offering a variety of climbs and tours.

In Antigua, you can spend your days relaxing on beaches and enjoying a variety of water sports such as embarking on luxurious catamaran boat trips and observing wild stingrays in the blue waters. Whether you prefer lazing on a caster sugar white sand beach with a good book or getting active in the water, Antigua multi-centre holidays cater for everyone.

Both idyllic islands are dream destinations for honeymooners and families looking for a diverse holiday that combines relaxation with adventure. For couples, there are plenty of adults only hotels scattered across both islands, so you can spend some quality time together in bliss.

 

Duration
10 days
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Trip highlights

  • Trek through the lush rainforests of Saint Lucia
  • Unwind on the powdery white sand beaches of Antigua
  • Soak in the picture perfect views of the Piton Peaks in Saint Lucia
  • Explore the World Heritage Site of Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua
The Pitons in the evening
Soufriere

Considering Saint Lucia is such a small island, it packs a punch when it comes to exciting activities and adventures.

Known for its green landscapes and honey coloured sand beaches, it’s hard not to love Saint Lucia. Whether you enjoy tackling challenging hiking trails or relaxing on beautiful shorelines and swimming in aquamarine waters, Saint Lucia is sure to please.

For the trekkers out there, Saint Lucia is a dream. The island is packed full of hiking opportunities; from short walks to long and challenging climbs. Take in the magnificent mountains, great valleys, and lush jungles as you explore all that the island has to offer by foot.

Head to the island’s serene botanical gardens, marvel at the world’s only drive in volcano and indulge at the chocolate plantations for a sweet treat.

If you enjoy a party, head to the island’s weekly street festival and fish fry called ‘Jump Up’. There you can indulge in delicious freshly cooked fish and boogie to funky tunes with both tourists and locals alike.

Shirley Heights
a small boat in a body of water

The saying ‘life’s a beach’ rings true in Antigua. The island is home to a whopping 365 beaches. That means you could visit a new stretch of sand every day for a year.

The picturesque Pink Gin Beach is an island favourite and is the perfect spot to sip on a rum cocktail – one of the island’s most popular drinks.

While the sublime beaches are definitely highlights of Antigua, that isn’t all the Caribbean island has to offer. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard, a cultural heritage site and marina which is the island’s most visited attraction. Or, if you enjoy life out on the water, indulge in a dose of sailing or snorkelling as you marvel at the underwater community that thrives beneath the waves.

Away from the water, appreciate the beauty of the island from a different perspective with activities like ziplining and horse riding.