Are you looking for an activity packed holiday with plenty to be explored to keep you smiling all through out your holiday? The following is just a tiny selection of the myriad of activities available in the Caribbean. Contact us to find out more about the dozens of options for you to choose from, whether you’re a thrill-seeker, culture buff or beach bum.

St Lucia

  • Zip-wire through the rainforest – 30-50ft above the ground, on 500ft runs of cable.
  • Mountain Bike down the plunging hillsides
  • Snorkel or dive and discover the depths of the sea
  • Jump aboard a boat to discover the coastline in style
  • Gallop horses along the Beach
  • Drive into and explore a volcano
  • Play ball on top of the range golf courses and tennis courts



  • A coral island boasting its share in superb snorkelling and diving sites
  • Strong currents make it a magnet for surfers – Zed’s Surfing Adventures offers a six-hour programme for beginners, in two-hour stints, at Surfer’s Point. Cost is about £90 per person and classes are suitable for adults and children
  • A haven for golfers on its many world class courses





  • A coastline of natural harbours for sailing
  • Unbroken wall of coral reef with spectacular dive sites
  • Well signed hiking trails
  • Off road buggy tours
  • Exhilarating boat trips along the coast
  • Day trips to its sister island of Barbuda
  • Underground caves
  • UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Star Gazing – Jumby Bay Resort has a resident astronomer, David Stubbs, who hosts star-gazing evenings on the beach. A fascinating way to end your day.

St Vincent & the Grenadines

  • Yacht filled harbours eager to explore the 32 picture perfect islands, superb for sailors and explorers
  • World class diving and snorkelling sites to reach the untouched, unspoilt endless coral reef
  • Private islands each full of peace and serenity perfect for a spa holiday and doing just about nothing at all




  • Underwater sculpture park
  • Waterfalls galore to explore – Take the 45-minute trail through the rainforest to the Seven Sisters Falls, where you can swim in the refreshingly cold water and enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • Take a guided hiking tour or set out exploring the cascading waters in the tropical rainforest vegetation yourself
  • Visit the Eco friendly Grand Etang lake and forest reserve
  • Indulge in the 450 acre Levera National Park an important wildlife habitat and arguably Grenada’s most spectacular coastal area


  • Array of water sports with white-water rafting, canoeing and kayaking
  • Hikes into the lush vegetation and spectacular scenery
  • Plenty of nightlife, culture and vibrant city life available as well as relaxing rural idylls if preferred





  • Local Mayan history to explore:
    • The port city of Tulum
    • Coba with its ancient network of Mayan stone causeways and soaring Pyramids
    • Mayan city of Chichen Itzá (one of the new Seven Wonders of the world)
    • The biosphere nature reserve at Sian Ka’an
  • Coral Reefs boasting natural pools and underground rivers to explore the many luminous caverns