Southcoast Horizons

The bungalows welcome you on arival.


The Pool

Our Fresh water pool offers an oasis near the rooms


Our Rooms

Our Rooms are studios and Self Catering Suites Comfortable and Air Conditioned.

Welcome to South Coast Horizons......
Our Secluded Beach

Enjoy the peaceful beauty of South Coast Horizon, located on the south coast of Antigua. It is locked in between the mountain range of Boggy Peak, in the north, and the Caribbean Sea in the south, with Guadeloupe, Dominica, Montserrat and Rhedonda on the horizon.

You start your morning looking at the rays of the sun over the hilltops. During the day you may laze on the beach, snorkel at Cades Reef, or find a variety of other activities in the area to add to your vacation fun.

You can choose to do a tour of our palm garden -8 species- , our walk through bird cage, and pyramid park. Or take our eco-tour of the lagoon ending in a hike on Goats head hill.

On the Eco-Tour

The activities at South Coast Horizon are carefully planned to preserve, protect and enhance the marine environment and surrounding area.

Cades Reef, Antigua's biggest coral reef, lies a short quarter of a mile south of our beach, and our snorkelling

adventure takes you there.

We also run our own fantasy eco tour through the mangroves of the lagoon for guests as well as visitors to South Coast Horizon.

The view of the Caribbean Sea is punctuated only by the lush tranquillity of the lagoon and Goat head Hill.

SOCOHO Safari Jeep Tour

Hotel Features

South Coast Horizons Eco Hotel The Jeep Safari Coming Fall 08 SOCOHO Safari Island Wide Jeep tours.

South Coast Horizons Eco Hotel Cades Reef A three minute boat ride out is Antigua's famous Cades reef featuring amazing snorkeling.

South Coast Horizons Eco Hotel The Mangroves Antigua's only private mangrove reserve for peaceful kayaking.

South Coast Horizons Eco Hotel The Gardens We feature acres of peaceful gardens to loose yourself in.

South Coast Horizons Eco Hotel The Boardwalk Boardwalks through the mangroves offer amazing quiet moments to observe nature.


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