South Coast Horizons is located in the south of the island of Antigua and is locked in between the beautiful and picturesque mountain range of Boggy Peak in the north and the Caribbean Sea in the south with Guadeloupe, Dominica, Montserrat and Redondo on the horizon. Cades Reef is a 2 1/2 mile-long barrier reef and a designated underwater park on the southwestern side of Antigua. Approximately a 30-minute drive from the capital of St. John’s Cades Reef offers shallow driving up to 10 meters deep for easy access. The marine life is abundant and is sure to keep you interest. South Coast Eco-fantasies offers a unique blend of tours ranging from exotic Palm Tree Garden Tour to hiking on Goat Head Hill and snorkeling at the beautiful Cades Bay. Be a part of the fun today!

Location

Situated near the beach, this resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Carlisle Beach, Mount Obama, and Turner’s Beach. Darkwood Beach and Fryes Beach are also within 6 mi (10 km).

Resort Features

Along with an outdoor pool, this resort has a conference center and tour/ticket assistance. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a garden.

Room Amenities

All 12 individually decorated rooms feature free WiFi and patios. Guests can enjoy private spa tubs, and other standard amenities include living rooms, dining areas, and TVs.

Our Flora and Fauna

Palm Trees: South Coast boasts of some fifteen hundred different palm trees and twelve different species. Palm trees are considered to be the most adapt-able trees worldwide. They are also able to thrive in the hot, dry climate in Antigua.

Fruit Trees

Our property has an exciting array of about thirteen edible fruits including mango, banana, coconut, seaside grapes, dates, guavas, orange and grapefruit. Tantalize your taste buds and try a sample of our delicious tropical fruits (once in season). We also have over 600 yards of Seaside Grape trees on the property and you will be served our Socoho signature Seaside Grape juice when you visit us.

Birds

Our resident birds include Peacocks, Geese, Guinea Birds and several species of doves. In the mangroves you are likely to spot the Blue Heron, a nocturnal bird, if you look carefully. The lagoon at South Coast is the home of the Blue Heron.

Marine Life

Experience our vibrant marine life and witness the fiddler crabs doing antics in the mangroves, the upside down jellyfish, the white and black mullet and the tarpon fish. At Cades Reef, you will see a wide variety if reef fish including the Parrotfish, the French grunt, the surgeon fish and the long spined sea urchin.