Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua has 365 beaches – one for every day of the year
Nelson’s Dockyard is the world’s only working Georgian dockyard
There are over 24 different destination excursions, including swimming and snorkelling with stingrays
The islands are known as the sailing and romance capital of the Caribbean.
Antigua Carnival – the Caribbean’s greatest summer festival is held annually and the Antigua Sailing Week
he largest of the Leeward Islands, Antigua & Barbuda comprises 108-square miles. The 365 white and pink sand beaches are just the beginning of the island’s treasures. Popular with families and couples alike, the island offers luxury resorts and boutique guesthouses surrounded by idyllic beaches and rainforests. History buffs can enjoy cultural sights such as the UNESCO heritage site of Nelson’s Dockyard, the island’s first sugar mills and the natural wonder of Devil’s Bridge,
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while adrenalin seekers can experience rainforest ziplining, off-road buggies, and swimming with stingrays. Antigua is the Caribbean’s premier sailing destination and hosts the Classic Yacht Regatta and the annual Antigua Sailing Week now in its 51st year. The island boasts a varied tourism calendar including the vibrant Antigua carnival and the mango festival. Foodies can enjoy classic Caribbean cuisine, and a host of beach bars offering rum cocktails and local delicacies.