Sight Seeing around the island of Antigua!

Now that you have your car rental... where do you go from here?
At Chase Rentals we highly recommend the following places of interest.

Enjoy an afternoon, scenic Drive to English Harbour, through the lush green "Fig Tree Drive". Stop along the way at a local vendor for fresh pineapple and mangos. Rain-forest Zip Lines tour is along the way.


Nelson's Dockyard National Park: Today Nelson's Dockyard has been completely restored, and it is now the only Georgian dockyard in the world. Gift shops, restaurants, sailboats and museum.


Shirley Heights Lookout Point - This is a spectacular vantage point to see the entire southern tip of Antigua. Sunday evening join the fun and excitement for party, drinks, live band and food! Don't miss the much fun!


Betty's Hope Historical Sugar Plantation - established in 1650 during the British Colonial rule. Since 1995, it has been developed as an open air museum with a visitor center. It's a lovely country drive about 15 minutes out of town to get there.


If you are arriving via Cruiseship, we can meet you at the dock and take you straight to your rental car. From there, feel free to do some shopping in St. John's. There are many duty free stores, restaurants and souvenir shops.


Drive from Jolly Beach to Curtain Bluff Beach and Hotel. This is a relaxing drive through Earlings and past Turner's Beach. The beach directly before Curtain Bluff is lined with palms. There is a lookout point just past the hotel. Good photo opp.


365 Beaches - Antigua is known for the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. With one beach for each day of the year, be sure to visit a beach or two along the way - enjoy relaxation under a palm tree and an ocean breeze.
Visit Devil's Bridge - natural rock formation. It is located on the Northeastern side of Antigua - along the Atlantic Ocean. Hundreds of years of wave and wind action has carved this amazing arch formation.
Neighboring Islands - Bird Island is just a few minutes boat ride of the northern coast of Antigua. There are local tour companies available to take you there for the day. Please ask us for details once you arrive on island.