Prince Harry’s tour of the Caribbean

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Ti Kaye Resort & SpaFollow Prince Harry’s example by enjoying a holiday to the islands of the Caribbean.
The prince will make an official visit to the Caribbean in November and December 2016, visiting islands which are part of the Commonwealth. The Royal Tour will begin in Antigua and Barbuda, where the nation will be celebrating 35 years of independence. From here Prince Harry will be making a number of day trips to nearby countries including St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent & The Grenadines and Grenada,  before continuing to Barbados, which is celebrating its 50th year of independence from Great Britain.

Below we introduce the stops on the prince’s tour, all superb tropical holiday destinations in their own right but also perfect for multi-centre itineraries.

To discuss your holiday to the Caribbean call our friendly travel specialists on 01752 880880 or email [email protected].


AntiguaAntigua is located in the heart of the Caribbean and is renowned for its stunning beaches. The island has plenty to occupy visitors with a vast range of water sports available including excellent sailing opportunities, attractions including Stingray City, activities such as rainforest tours and plenty of history and culture to discover. Nearby Barbuda is easily accessible and well worth a day trip, an undeveloped island offering miles of white and pink sand beaches as well as plenty of wildlife.
Antigua is one of the easiest island to include in an island hopping holiday as there are convenient flight connections to most other Caribbean islands.

A vast range of hotels and resorts are dotted around the island, most on the coast to make the most of the exceptional beaches. Options include Hermitage Bay for a luxurious, adults-only getaway (7 nights from £3235pp all-inclusive), COCOS for a romantic retreat (7 nights from £1690pp all-inclusive) and The Verandah for a family holiday (7 nights from £1380pp all-inclusive).

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St Kitts & Nevis

montpelier-plantation-and-beach-natural-beauty-900450St Kitts and Nevis are neighbouring islands that form a nation, both with a colonial history and volcanic peaks covered in tropical rainforest, leading down to secluded coves and palm-fringed beaches. Visitors can enjoy an authentic Caribbean experience, perhaps staying in one of the historic plantation house that has been converted into an elegant hotel.
An excellent twin-centre holiday is to spend a few days on each of the islands, or either island can be combined with other destinations with flights via Antigua.

On St Kitts, stay in the romantic Ottley’s Plantation Inn (7 nights from £1210pp room only). On Nevis, options include Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, an elegant beachfront property (7 nights from £1690pp half board) and Paradise Beach Nevis, a five-star private villa resort (7 nights from £900pp self-catering based on four sharing).

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St Lucia

anse-chastanet-resort-aerial-900-450St Lucia is an outstanding holiday destination that appeals to adrenaline junkies, honeymooners, families and those looking to lay on a beach sipping rum punch. St Lucia is renowned for its dramatic landscape of volcanic peaks, mountainous terrain and lush tropical scenery combined with the abundance of activities available for all ages. The south of the island is dominated by the famous Piton mountains and tropical rainforests, while the north has a gentler landscape with marinas and harbours.
St Lucia can easily be combined with Antigua, Barbados and The Grenadines.
There is a fantastic selection of accommodation options throughout the island including exclusive resorts overlooking the Pitons, all-inclusive beach hotels and properties offering self-catering villas.

Options include the breathtaking Jade Mountain (7 nights from £3435pp b&b) the waterfront Capella Marigot Bay (7 nights from £1320), the couples-only Rendezvous (7 nights from £1665pp all-inclusive) and the family-friendly Bay Gardens Beach Resort (7 nights from £1040pp b&b).

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St Vincent & The Grenadines

petit-st-vincent-aerial-900-450St Vincent is a volcanic island which forms a nation along with the Grenadines, an ideal holiday destination for travellers who are looking to stray from the beaten path. The beautiful chain of islands offer fantastic snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities, and above all, perfect sailing conditions with reliable tradewinds.
Island hopping holidays within the Grenadines are popular, while access to the Grenadines is via Barbados or St Lucia.

Some hotels and resorts are located on the larger islands, while others occupy private islands and offer complete seclusion. Options include Bequia Beach Hotel, an elegant property on a charming island (7 nights from £1475pp b&b), Cotton House, a sophisticated hotel on the exclusive island of Mustique (7 nights from £2070pp b&b) and Palm Island, a private island resort with a laid back feel (7 nights from £2035pp all-inclusive).

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st-georges-6-900-450Grenada, known as the Spice Island, is a laid-back destination which is home to one of the world’s most famous beaches – the classically Caribbean Grand Anse Beach. Visitors to the spectacular island can take part in water sports including scuba diving along the coast, venture inland and hike through the rainforest past mountain rivers and waterfalls, or visit traditional cocoa plantations.
Grenada can easily be combined with Antigua and Barbados.

Options include the luxurious Calabash Boutique Hotel & Spa (7 nights from £1895pp b&b), the beachfront Spice Island Beach Resort (7 nights from £2490pp all-inclusive) and the laid-back True Blue Bay (7 nights from £1195pp b&b).

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crane-beach-bta_13_1_cranear2-900-450Barbados is a stylish and popular holiday destination which is well known for the sandy beaches and warm waters. Visitors will find plenty to do with numerous water sports available and picturesque fishing villages to visit along the coast as well as varied cultural sights and attractions inland. There is plenty to do by night as there are numerous award-winning restaurants all over the island along with lively bars and night clubs.
The island itself can be a twin-centre holiday destination as the rugged east coast offers a stark contrast to the calmer west coast. There are also convenient flight connections to many other islands in the Caribbean, making Barbados a perfect stop on an island hopping holiday.

Most luxury accommodation options are found on the west coast including the boutique Fairmont Royal Pavilion (7 nights from £2105pp b&b) and the colonial style Colony Club (7 nights from £1325pp b&b). The Atlantis Hotel is found on the east coast (7 nights from £1170pp b&b) while resorts on the south coast include Sugar Bay (7 nights from £1410pp all-inclusive).

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To discuss your holiday to the Caribbean call our friendly travel specialists on 01752 880880 or email [email protected].

Sample prices are based on travel in low season and are based on two people sharing the lowest room category, including flights, transfers and the board basis mentioned above. Actual prices will vary greatly depending on flight prices, current exchange rates and special offers.

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