Qholidays offer you great quality holidays at an affordable price, from a family holiday in Antigua to an exclusive spa break in St Lucia, a couples-only retreat in Jamaica to the stunning beaches of Barbados, we will find a perfect Caribbean getaway for you.
Antigua’s stunning selection of 365 beaches and offshore coral reefs will both relax and entertain you on your visit to this beautiful Caribbean island. With watersports including sailing, water-skiing and scuba diving available there are many different ways of appreciating the tremendous and varied coastline of Antigua and its abundant sea life. The island boasts both perfect expansive beaches of soft white sand and beautiful secluded cove beaches to satisfy every taste.
Barbados and its colonial past combined with a stunning landscape make for a unique Caribbean holiday. Spectacular coastal features including perfect beaches, coral rocks and reefs, tide pools and underground lakes and caves only serve to complement the culture that fuses old colonial influence with flamboyant local colour and independence. The capital city of Bridgetown offers an opportunity to meet the friendly Bajan people, explore the shops and relax in the balmy atmosphere of Barbados.
Grenada is the Spice Island of the Caribbean and will fill your senses with the scent of ginger, cinnamon and cloves. It is the perfect destination for those in search of a relaxing, tropical holiday combining sunkissed beaches, lush forests and mountain lakes with an attractive capital city and harbour. With 40 beautiful white beaches, the scent of exotic spices and a rich landscape of coral reefs and marine life, Grenada makes a perfect Caribbean holiday.
Jamaica is diverse both in physical beauty and in what it offers the visitor, with beautiful beaches and a variety of activities to enjoy on its sunkissed beaches and in its dynamic landscape. There are many different places of interest to visit, and miles of unspoilt countryside to savour, with the old colonial buildings along the south coast. Jamaica has so much to offer that you’ll need more than a few days in this tropical paradise.
St Lucia is an island of rich culture and exciting history that make it a great holiday destination. Allow yourself to be charmed by the carnival atmosphere of rum, locally brewed beer and Creole cuisine and the sound of calypso, soca and reggae that drifts across the island. Adventure can be found exploring the Soufriere volcano, then you can relax on either side of the island, as fine beaches can be found on both the Atlantic and Caribbean sides.
St Kitts is possibly the most unspoilt of all the beautiful islands of the Caribbean, one that has rejected larger development in favour of preserving all the charm and beauty of the old colonial architecture, with small towns and pretty plantation houses transformed into inns that give the visitor a real sense of tranquillity and old-world elegance. The tallest of St Kitts' impressive peaks is the extinct volcano Liamuigia, with the volcanic soil nourishing all the lush tropical vegetation. St Kitts is a tranquil paradise for a truly relaxing holiday
Tobago is a small but beautiful island that measures only 25 miles long and 9 miles across. Its palm-lined beaches, lush forests and pristine reefs complement the peaks of the eastern side, which protect the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere. It is a haven for swimming and diving, and offers a relaxed holiday where you can sample the local cuisine, explore the fishing villages, marvel at the beauty of the rainforest, or simply lie back on a perfect beach beneath a palm tree.
The Commonwealth of DOMINICA (pronounced Domineeca) is not to be confused with the Spanish speaking Dominican Republic. It is nestled between the French Islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean's eastern chain of Windward Isles. It gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1978, inheriting a Westminster style multi-party democracy and legal system. The principal laguage is English, though Creole is also spoken widely. Lush vegetation and indigenous forest cloak the island's mountainous terrain, several peaks of which exceed 4,000 ft. in height, whilst 365 rivers and streams wind their way through ravines and gorges to cascade over countless waterfalls, providing the island's cooling system and many opportunities to take a refreshing bathe in crystal clear waters. Tree ferns, orchids, heliconia and anthurium lilies decorate the forest floor whilst 175 species of birds, green iguanas, geckoes, tree lizards, aguti, manicou, beautiful butterflies and a multitude of colourful flora can be enjoyed throughout an island where nature trails abound.