Antigua boasts one of the Caribbean's most spectacular coastlines with sun drenched beaches and secluded coves. The island's capitals St. John's is bustling with a wealth of boutiques, restaurants and pubs.
Points of Interest
Early sailors were amazed by the number of bird's nesting on this islet which is smaller than most city parks.
Antigua boasts a beach for every day of the year with white sand beaches, tranquil turquoise waters and a shoreline that invites you to relax in the sunshine.
Swim with stingrays in crystal clear water, pristine coral reefs and knowledgeable instructors in a safe aquatic adventure that's fun for the whole family.
A picturesque road that winds through lush vegetation, rainforest foliage and fruit groves where you will see quaint churches and sugar mills.
Watch a multimedia presentation that celebrates Antigua's history from prehistoric days to the present.
Sample the finest example of a British naval yard in the Caribbean. Visit resorted buildings, boutiques and museum's that are part of the area's designated national park.
Breathtaking views of the English Harbour and Nelson's Dockyard can be found at this historical site.
Soar high on a zip line to get a unique perspective of the amazing Antiguan rainforest on a zipline tour.