Azure skies, turquoise seas, bye bye Monday morning blues.
Flights to Antigua
In January 2017 British Airways launches direct flights to Santiago from London Heathrow.
The route will be operated by our new Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
Beat the locals at their own game. Relaxing.
Rush through rainforests rather than rain water.
Unspoilt beaches. Unexplored corals. The perfect place to unwind.
Find a holiday in the Caribbean that’s right for you, the one that’s the perfect fit. As you’ll discover, each island has its own unique things to do and sights to see. Everyone’s idea of paradise is different after all.
One of the distinctive tastes to be enjoyed on the paradise island of Barbados is rum, with several distilleries you can visit.Read more about holidays to Barbados
This island offers plenty of ways to enjoy sun-kissed R&R, volcanic slopes covered in dense green rainforest, beckon the adventurous visitor.Read more about holidays to Saint Lucia
With its curvaceous coastline of pretty harbours and secluded, sandy beaches, Antigua is a gem among the Leeward Islands.Read more about holidays to Antigua
With hundreds of species of bird, fish and coral to explore on a hike or a dive, Tobago is an outdoor holiday of exceptional beauty.Read more about holidays to Tobago
With flawless beaches, clear turquoise waters and an impressive year-round climate, Dominican Republic makes for an unforgettable beach break.Read more about holidays to Dominican Republic
Many visitors love to explore underwater; the islands are protected by one of the largest barrier reef systems in the world so there’s lots to enjoy.Read more about holidays to Turks & Caicos
Grenada really is an island for all the senses; smell the air filled with the scents of spices, feel the soft sand beneath your feet on the gorgeous beaches, and hear the rush of the cascading waterfalls.Read more about holidays to Grenada
Small, but beautifully formed, this island is an unspoilt treasure revealing so much of the authentic Caribbean trip. While away many a happy hour dining out to the sound of steel bands along the Strip at Frigate Bay.Read more about holidays to St Kitts
Jerk spicing, strong coffee, syrupy rum, thrumming music: charismatic Jamaica has a passionate and excitable soul. You'll also find soft white sand, it’s brimming with history and heritage too.
Antigua may have an enchanting colonial past, with rugged cobblestone streets and historical ruins to explore. Yet, it’s the coast that’s by far the real attraction. There’s no better way of appreciating Antigua than from one of its 365 beaches and the best vantage point is at sea.
Gallop gaucho-style over the Pampas, taste fine wines with the snow-capped Andes as a backdrop and experience Patagonia's city-sized glaciers close-up. Most visitors arrive in Argentina via its capital, Buenos Aires, and few fail to be charmed by its faded grandeur, proud traditions and buzzing nightlife.
Antigua is a popular Caribbean hub, a trade point filled with excellent hotels and a great place for water sports. A haven for sailors, you can surf and snorkel, too. Once you’re exhausted, fly to Tobago. This tiny island preserves a completely relaxed atmosphere. The iconic beach at Pigeon Point is one of the Caribbean’s most recognised views. Hiking Tobago’s miniature rainforest will soothe your soul. Or just spot beautiful birdlife from your hammock.
With its dreamy beaches, bluer-the-blue waters and dramatic landscapes, the sun-drenched Caribbean is paradise on earth. But it’s not just for loved-up couples who want to kick back – there’s plenty to keep families busy too. Here’s our ultimate guide to five of its islands, whether you’re travelling kid-free or with the kids in tow.Read article
Think you know the Caribbean? Think again. Travel writer Evelyn Torres looks at five unusual ways to experience these tropical islands. From wild pig swimming in the Bahamas to zip lining through the St Lucia rainforest, prepare to be surprised – and inspired.Read article
To celebrate British Airways’ new route to Santiago – the only non-stop service from London to the Chilean capital we’ve uncovered eight surprising facts about this amazing country that are guaranteed to inspire wanderlust.Read article
Whether you like big round carménères, rich cabernets or a light fruity sauvignon blanc, Chile has a wine for you, and there’s no better place to enjoy the best vintages than at the vineyards themselves. Local on the ground, Sarah Gordon, shares five of the best near Santiago.Read article
Stretching for more than 4,300km, from the Atacama Desert in the north to the fjords and glaciers of Patagonia in the south, local writer Sarah Gordon picks her top spots along the Chilean coast.Read article