Twinning the most energetic city on earth with one of the Caribbean’s calmest islands, this 10-night itinerary calls anyone wanting to explore The Big Apple (plus lovers of white-sand beaches, colourful reefs and warm-hearted locals).

10 nights,  From £1,386*

Price is a guide for this multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers.

* Prices are only to act as a guide

Itinerary

3 Nights – New York
7 Nights – Antigua


✈ UK – NYC (3 Nights): You’ll fly from the UK to NYC, where you’ll have 3 nights to explore this vibrant, buzzing and culturally diverse city. Easily walkable with its grid system, NYC forms an urban jungle of endless districts and boroughs, and they all centre around the oasis greenery of Central Park. Take in panoramic skylines from the 102nd-floor observation deck at The Empire State Building, drop by Grand Central Station, swing by Rockefeller Center and don’t miss Times Square’s flashing billboards and Broadway shows.

The beautiful thing about New York is how different every block is. While the Upper East Side is lined with neoclassic buildings like the Guggenheim and MET Museums, Lower Manhattan is home to Wall Street, high-end shopping, South Street Seaport’s ships and great viewpoints of The Statue of Liberty. You can take ferries over to it and Ellis Island, explore Queens for Latin cuisine, or just lose yourself in Chinatown or Little Italy’s restaurants, delis and food stands.

With 83 museums, 7,996 restaurants and more boutiques, galleries, pop-ups and live music venues than you can count, NYC is just bursting with culture, cuisine and a 24/7 pulse. It is, after all, the city that’s “so good, they named it twice”. Taxis and public transportation here are plentiful, although we’ll happily arrange private transfers for you.

✈ NYC – Antigua (7 Nights): You’ll now fly from NYC to the lush getaway island of Antigua. With its soft-sanded coves, long empty beaches and clear-blue waters, Antigua is perfect for relaxing under palms, sailing, water sports opportunities and a little culture for good measure.

Explore English Harbour’s 18th-century settlements and rounded-stone remains, plus the only surviving Georgian naval dockyard in the world. A visit to Antigua isn’t complete without Cades Reef and Falmouth Harbour, and the colorful Creole lifestyle in Saint John’s is full of bustling markets, colonial treasures and duty-free shopping. Enjoy a rum punch on Half Moon Bay, kick back on any of the four crescent beaches near Five Islands Village and take the camera with you to Curtain Bluff Beach. Pigeon Point has loads of restaurants, Sailing Week parties and pop-up beach bars, and the Creole cuisine around the island will have you spoiled for choice. We’ll happily arrange transfers for whichever part of the island you want to visit.

✈ Antigua – UK: We’ll be at your hotel on your departure date to meet and transfer you back to the airport for your flight back to the UK..