For couples, families and groups looking to spend their Spring Easter break in the sunshine, here are our five suggestions on where to stay and what to do. 

This year, Easter falls 10-13th April and most schools will be off 4-19th April, so there is plenty of time to head to the Caribbean and make the most of the incredible April weather. December through April is generally considered the best time to visit the Caribbean, when it is hot but cooler than the summer months.

1. Curtain Bluff, Antigua

Stay at the luxury all-inclusive Curtain Bluff and make the most of the extensive list of included activities and things to do which the whole family can enjoy. From Tennis, yoga, water sports and scuba diving, your Easter will be anything but boring! 

Antigua also has a wealth of things to do on the island such as biking, hiking, snorkelling and sailing, all with old-world charm and stunning ocean views.

Must-do Activity: Visit Shirley Heights on a Sunday.


2. Bequia Beach Hotel, Bequia, The Grenadines

Begin by travelling on the Bequia Air VIP plane from Barbados heading straight to Bequia Beach Hotel in just 25 minutes. The accommodation is luxurious, from villas with private pools, terraced rooms with ocean views to a boutique garden cottage, Bequia Beach hotel has it all.

Bequia is a small, unspoilt island but still full of places to go, including Jacks Bar, Firefly Plantation, Port Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Beach.

Must-do activity: Sail on the hotel’s superyacht


3. Jamaica Inn, Jamaica

Stay in a suite or cottage at the Caribbean’s leading luxury all-suite resort. Each suite and cottage have ocean views and is only steps away from the beach. Indulge at the oceanfront Jamaica spa with a range of world-class treatments.

Jamaica is famous for its diversity and culture and the activities availablereflect that: taste homegrown spirits, dance away to reggae, take a rainforest zipline and more.

Must-do activity: Explore Dunn’s River Falls


4. East Winds, St Lucia

East Winds offers great family accommodation (8-years and above) and a host of all-inclusive activities to keep everyone busy and happy. From Pilates, rum tasting, garden-tours, yoga, sea-BBQ, to beach parties and cocktail and cooking classes you truly are spoilt for choice.

St Lucia has a wealth of things to do and East Winds offers a range of exclusive experiencessuch as adventure in the rainforest, chocolate making and sunset cruises.

Must-do activity: Boat trip to the Pitons


5. Paradise Beach Nevis

Paradise Beach is perfectly equipped for you to immerse yourself in the unspoiled beauty of Nevis. Notable for its incredible dining experiences, Paradise Beach offers breakfast on the beach and private chefs to cook for you personally in your beach house or villa.

Nevis is filled with wildlife living among the flora and gardens of the island, enjoy birdwatching, hiking, horseback riding and botanical gardens. Plenty of opportunities to spot the wildlife.

Must-do activity: Scuba Diving - Immerse yourself in an astonishing world of reefs, wrecks and volcanic vents, just minutes offshore in the beautiful waters in Nevis. Known for their colorful sea life, Paradise Beach is exceptionally proud of their famous giant 800-900 pound Leatherback and Hawksbill turtles, among which you can swim on your dive.

To find out more about these hotels, please contact our office 

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