Antigua: Explore Antigua"s surrounding waters. Several day cruise trips are available. Boats and catamarans are popular. A helicopter ride to see the island is another popular choice. Explore the island by Jeep tour or safari tour. Take a horse back ride --another great way to see Antigua. Taxis and buses are another means of transportation on Antigua.
Barbados: Barbados has an excellent transport system. You can rent a car/moke and drive yourself around, take a reliable taxi, go on an organised coach tour, or an island safari. Coastal cruises are also popular, the helicopter ride across the island is another excellent way to capture the island's beauty. The local bus system ( both government run and privately run vans) are another alternative for getting around the island. Bicycle and
scooters are also available for rental.
Tortola: Trips by ferry to some of the neighbouring British Virgin islands is popular. Chartered tours around the island can be arranged by one of the sailing companies. The best way to get around Tortola is to hire a taxi and have a great tour guide in your taxi driver who will show you all the beautiful sights. Since Tortola is a small island there are no large tour buses. Car rentals and exploring the island yourself is another option.
St. Kitts: Take a ride on St. Kitts Scenic Railway to see the beautiful countryside where sugar was once king. Taxis are easily available and cars are available for hire. Safari tours can be arranged and bicycles are a great way to explore St.Kitts. Mopeds are also available for rent.
St. Thomas: Car rentals are available for those who wish to explore St. Thomas on their own. There is a splendid inter island ferry between St.John's and St.Thomas. Taxis are easily available and island tours can be arranged in larger vehicles for groups. Take a cable car ride for a fantastic view of the harbor and surrounding islands. Of course, you can always sail on a yacht between the islands and explore for yourself or enjoy a helicopter ride.