Antigua and Barbuda

Last updated: 29 November 2017
These beautiful twin West Indian Islands are located in the Caribbean Sea.  The Antiguan coastline consists of three hundred and sixty five powdery, white beaches bathed by warm, turquoise waters. The surrounding emerald green hills drop down onto the beaches creating isolated coves and bays.

The lovely natural harbour on Antigua is the only operating Georgian dock in the world. Every year it is host to Antigua Sailing Week, one of the world’s foremost regattas.

Reach Barbuda by boat or helicopter, to languish on the pink sand beaches. Visit the mangrove estuary to see one of the biggest frigate bird sanctuaries in the world.

Antigua and Barbuda

Dive in the coral reefs that surround the islands. They are bristling with colorful tropical fish. Play golf right next to the tropical beaches.  Zip line through the forest in Antigua. Hike up the mountains and take the time to look down on one of the prettiest places on earth.

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