Why visit Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda is located between the laps of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. There are two main populated islands, Antigua and Barbuda. A series of smaller islands like Great Bird, Guinea, Maiden and York Islands surrounds them.


Why you should visit Antigua and Barbuda

If you dream of pristine Caribbean ocean, you should not miss Antigua and Barbuda. Nicknamed “Land of 365 Beaches”, Antigua will welcome you to its sun, sea and sand all year round. From casinos to surfing and from sightseeing to nightlife, your vacation will be jam pack with lots of activities to keep you fully entertained while on the island of Antigua and Barbuda.


When to visit

If you are working within a budget then I suggest you choose between May to November, which are the off-season months. While rates stay cheapest during those months, however a hurricane may threaten your stay on the island. Otherwise, if money is no option, then you should visit the island from November to April and include the enjoyment of surfing real Caribbean waves.


Where to stay in Antigua and Barbuda

For the budget-conscious as well as the luxurious vacationers, accommodations can be found all over the island. Valley Creek Hotel, St. John’s will cost only $80 USD per night. Here you can enjoy restaurant, free parking, kitchenette and free high speed internet. Rosewood Jumby Bay, St. John’s will charge about $2100 per night more suitable for a luxurious lifestyle. Enjoy bar, beach, kids’ activities, fitness center, free breakfast, free high speed internet, business center, restaurant, swimming pool and room service.




What to see

You can enjoy Frigate Bird Sanctuary in Barbuda, Devil’s Bridge, Saint Phillip Parish or Fig Tree Drive, Antigua. Admiral’s House Museum, English Harbour and Fort Barrington, St. John’s features great cultural and historical displays.


What to do Antigua and Barbuda

You can enjoy Sightseeing Tours like Tropical Catamaran Sailing Day Tours at Jolly Harbour, Antigua V.I.P. Tours at St. John’s or very nice Creole Cruises Antigua. For the adventurous, Caribbean Yacht Charter or Miramar Sailing in St. John’s is just for you.   If you like nightlife and casino, you must check Nicole’s Table or Outbound Lounge in St. John’s. You can shop from Zemi Art Gallery or Silver Chelles in St. John’s. Rejuvenate yourself at the most popular Pam’s Wellness Centre before going home, your body will thank you for it.


Best advice for travelers

Getting into V.C Bird International airport is easy from anywhere around the world. Main currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (EC), US dollar is widely acceptable, and all major credit cards are accepted. Valuables should not be left unattended on the beach or in rental cars. Driving is on the left side of the street. Bon voyage!

Written by: Lauren Smith

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