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Featuring 365 pristine beaches, luxurious all-inclusive resorts, and unforgettable destinations, Antigua and Barbuda are guaranteed to impress.

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    Blue Waters Resort & Spa
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    Antigua

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    2024: Jun 8, Jul 16
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    $828 per person
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    2024: Jun 8, Jul 3
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    $1,047 per person
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    2024: May 1 - May 10, May 19 - May 24, May 30 - Jun 17, Jun 22 - Jul 30, Aug 4 - Aug 9
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    $1,935 per person
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    2024: May 1 - May 10, May 19 - May 24, May 30 - Jun 17, Jun 22 - Jul 30, Aug 4 - Aug 9
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    Cocobay Resort - All Inclusive
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    2024: Jul 18 - Aug 14
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    $693 per person
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    St. James's Club - All Inclusive

Dive Into Antigua

Besides the beaches, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy. Calm harbors and protective coral reefs make this a great place to scuba dive or take in an exciting yacht race during sailing week. Not only that, but there are also several delicious restaurants for you to sample, offering upscale cuisine from across the world. Not your thing? Not to worry. You still have plenty of cultural activities and offerings to explore. So even if you do manage to visit all 365 beaches, there are plenty of activities to keep you coming back.

 

Antigua is a destination for water-lovers. Antigua vacation packages let you relax on the beach, go scuba-diving or try your hand at sailing.

Antigua Overview

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    Mapping-Out Antigua

    Antigua, the principal island in the two-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, offers an intriguing blend of natural beauty and historical richness. With its 365 beaches – one for each day of the year – Antigua unfolds a tapestry of scenic coastlines and gorgeous harbors that are ready to captivate any visitor.

    As you navigate the island, make your way to the west, where St. John's, the nation's capital and largest city, awaits. This vibrant hub pulses with local culture and serves as the principal docking point for incoming cruise ships, infusing the city with a constant flow of international flavor.

    Venture inland and find yourself in the echoes of the island's past, where remnants of the once-thriving sugar industry have left their imprint. Explore the relics of a plantation, a church, and a fort that paint a vivid picture of the island's history.

    English Harbor cradles the renowned Nelson's Dockyard on the southern coast, a quintessential destination for maritime enthusiasts and history buffs alike. This restored Georgian naval dockyard, now a cultural heritage site and marina offers a unique window into Antigua's colonial past.

    Beyond Antigua, to the north, lies Barbuda, the sister island with its distinct charm. Barbuda is renowned for its beaches that glisten with light pink sand. This unique feature enchants visitors and serves as the island's primary export, making it an invaluable part of the local economy.

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    Restaurant Preservation Initiative

    Antigua boasts an enticing culinary scene beyond the ordinary, with independent restaurants serving a diverse medley of delicious dishes worth exploring. Each establishment offers unique flair and flavors, enhancing the island's gastronomic offerings.

    For instance, in the charming Redcliffe Quay, you'll find Pizzas in Paradise serving up delightful pizza creations that are anything but standard. Here, traditional pizza gets a tropical twist with island-specialty toppings like succulent lobster and fresh seafood, offering a compelling contrast to the familiar.

    If your palate is inclined towards French cuisine, Le Bistro presents a feast of sophistication. Set in an intimate and elegant atmosphere, the restaurant showcases an impressive array of dishes ranging from fresh seafood to tender duck and classic escargots. Coupled with a robust wine list and large windows offering breathtaking views, Le Bistro effortlessly melds French luxury with Caribbean beauty, creating an exotic dining experience.

    For those looking for a more relaxed dining ambiance, Cecilia’s High Point Café is the place to be. This laid-back beachfront cottage may seem unassuming, but its culinary offerings are anything but. The food here transcends the usual beachside fare, with Cecilia's blending of fine dining and a friendly atmosphere making this eatery a sought-after destination.

    Whether you're craving an innovative take on pizza, a fine French meal, or beachfront dining with a twist, Antigua's culinary scene offers you various tantalizing options. Each restaurant adds something unique to the table, promising you a savory and memorable dining experience in this Caribbean paradise.

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    They Have How Many Beaches?

    Antigua, renowned for its 365 beaches - a beach for every day of the year, has three standouts worth exploring.

    Begin your journey with the secluded gem known as Half Moon Bay. This half-mile beach may require a bit of an adventure to reach, but it pays off generously with its pristine white sands, thriving coral reefs, and excellent conditions for both surfing and snorkeling. The tranquil ambiance combined with the thrilling opportunities for water sports makes Half Moon Bay a must-visit for every beach enthusiast.

    Next, make your way to Pigeon Point, nestled near Falmouth Harbour. This idyllic spot is home to not just one but two white-sand beaches offering excellent swimming and snorkeling experiences. The clear, calm waters here are perfect for exploring the rich marine life beneath the surface, making it a paradise for underwater adventurers.

    Finally, venture to Barbuda, Antigua's sister island, to experience the famed Pink Beach. Its unique rosy hue, resulting from crushed coral mixed into the sand, sets this beach apart. While amenities may be limited, the beauty and tranquility of this extraordinary beach make it a must-see.

    While you'll likely explore more of Antigua's beaches during your visit, these three are unique starting points. Each offers a unique slice of paradise that will help shape an unforgettable island experience.

  • Nelson’s Dockyard is Your Dockyard, Too

    At Nelson's Dockyard in Antigua, history is a living, breathing entity. This exceptional destination allows you to bridge the gap between past and present, immersing yourself in centuries-old heritage while enjoying modern amenities.

    The dockyard's distinction is specific and extraordinary - it is the only functioning Georgian-era dockyard in the world. Since its establishment in 1704, the dockyard has been a hub for eminent sailors, including Horatio Nelson and King William IV, each leaving their mark on its rich history.

    This connection to the past is kept alive at the Dockyard Museum, where the site's journey through time is meticulously traced. The museum houses a wealth of stories, artifacts, and insights into the captivating figures and events that shaped the dockyard's narrative. These historical remnants lend added depth to your understanding of the dockyard, making your exploration an educational journey.

    Once you've steeped yourself in the dockyard's history, the present-day delights of the area await your discovery. Several restaurants, hotels, and shops are scattered around the dockyard, each offering unique charm and appeal. As you meander through these establishments, reflecting on the stories of pirates, sailors, and locals who trod the same path, you'll realize that the dockyard's history isn't simply being retold - you're becoming a part of it. In experiencing Nelson's Dockyard, you're not merely a visitor but a participant in its ongoing narrative.

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    In the Footsteps of Hungry Sailors

    Within the historic confines of Nelson’s Dockyard, you’ll discover the distinct charm of Admiral’s Inn. This iconic inn, established in 1788, offers visitors an experience steeped in history and maritime culture.

    The structure of the Inn itself bears silent witness to the passage of time, with 18th-century sailors having supposedly etched the names of their ships into its ancient timbers. Each mark tells a tale of an adventurous seafarer who once found solace within the Inn's welcoming embrace.

    Within the premises, a museum further captures the richness of the past, displaying artifacts that offer a window into the operations of the British Navy at Nelson's Dockyard and relics from the original hotel. For those with a penchant for history, this collection offers a profound appreciation for the dockyard's heritage.

    Beyond the allure of its historical narrative, Admiral’s Inn creates a unique ambiance that captivates all. A favorite amongst visitors is the terrace dining, which affords panoramic views of the harbor. Here, one can relish in Antigua's splendid weather while savoring a delightful meal as the sunset paints a magnificent backdrop over the tranquil harbor. These moments create lasting memories, contributing to the enduring allure of the Admiral’s Inn.

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    Antigua, Naturally

    Stingray City in Antigua presents an unparalleled opportunity for a touch of ecological adventure. Be it a family outing or an adrenaline-pumping escapade, this site caters to all kinds of visitors. Wading alongside the majestic stingrays in an environment that meticulously replicates their natural habitat is a unique and unforgettable experience for children and adults alike.

    The staff at Stingray City are friendly and brimming with knowledge about these magnificent marine creatures. They'll guide you as you interact with the stingrays, allowing you to feed, touch, and hold these lively beings. Such close encounters result in some truly memorable photo opportunities, ensuring that your experience at Stingray City will be etched in your family's memory for years to come.

    If your interest leans toward an eco-tourist experience, consider embarking on a kayak eco-adventure. Navigate through the lush mangrove forests, marveling at the verdant beauty around you. Alternatively, strap on your snorkeling gear and explore the vibrant marine life at North Sound Marine Park. In this delicate yet dynamic ecosystem, you'll encounter many colorful flora and fauna, illuminating the intricacies of Antigua's marine biodiversity. In the heart of Stingray City, you'll find an enchanting blend of entertainment and education, an experience that showcases the harmonious coexistence of man and nature.

  • Antigua Quick Facts

    Language:

    English

     

    Currency:

    Eastern Caribbean Dollar – USD are accepted, but change is often given in ECD

     

    Electricity:

    110 Volt outlets

     

    Passport/Immigration:

    All U.S. citizens must have a valid passport when traveling to and from Antigua.

     

    Drinking Water:

    Water is desalinized and heavily treated. Guests with sensitive stomachs are recommended to drink bottled water.

     

    Time Zone:

    Eastern Standard Time (UTC/GMT -4 hours)

     

    Peak Season:

    December - April

Things to Do in Antigua

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    Circumnavigation

    Embarking on the Circumnavigation Tour in Antigua is an adventurous journey that unveils the island's breathtaking coastal beauty in an all-encompassing 90-kilometer trip. You'll navigate aboard the Wadadli catamaran, renowned for its comfort and style, perfectly crafted for a day of exploration and relaxation.

    As the Wadadli sails across the vibrant blue waters, you'll be treated to a delicious lunch complemented by an open bar, keeping you refreshed as you take in the sun-kissed landscapes. The vessel charts a course along Antigua's circumference, offering unmatched panoramic views of the island's unique coastal contours.

    The tour also brings you to some of the finest snorkeling sites around Antigua. You'll have the chance to immerse yourself in crystal-clear waters teeming with rich marine life. As you explore the impressive barrier reefs, you'll marvel at the riot of colors displayed by the myriad of underwater species that call these reefs home.

    This Circumnavigation Tour is more than just an excursion; it's a journey into Antigua's natural beauty. As you take in the breathtaking sights above and below the water's surface, you'll understand why this tour was designed – to showcase the island's coastal splendor in all its glory. Truly, a day spent aboard the Wadadli catamaran promises an unforgettable Antiguan experience.

    Included:

    • Lunch
    • Open bar
    • Snorkel gear
    • Guide

     

    Not Included:

    • Towels
    • Tips
    • Souvenirs

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Swimsuit
    • Sunblock
    • Towel
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Camera

     

    Hours:

    Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat. The tour lasts approximately 7 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort beach.

     

    Age Restrictions: N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    The tour is not suitable for people with mobility and heart conditions. Max weight is 250 lb.

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    Eco Tour

    If you're seeking an immersive nature experience in Antigua, the Eco Tour offers an enchanting journey that brilliantly showcases the island's ecological diversity. This tour isn't just a sightseeing expedition; it's a well-rounded educational adventure that provides an in-depth understanding of the island's ecosystems.

    As part of the Eco Tour, you'll be guided through verdant landscapes that unveil the extraordinary flora and fauna that make Antigua a natural paradise. Marvel at the breathtaking views as you traverse scenic trails, with knowledgeable guides explaining the intricate relationships within these ecosystems and their vital roles in sustaining life on the island.

    For those who love marine life, the Eco Tour doesn't disappoint. The warm Antiguan waters provide excellent snorkeling opportunities. Witness the vibrant underwater world teeming with colorful fishes, fascinating coral formations, and other remarkable marine creatures. It's an underwater spectacle reminding you of the astonishing biodiversity beneath the waves.

    The adventure continues with an intriguing climb into a small cave. It's a unique experience that gives a glimpse into the geological aspects of the island, adding another layer to your understanding of Antigua's rich natural heritage.

    The Eco Tour also includes a nature walk or hike that lets you get close to the island's terrestrial wonders. Every step reveals a new spectacle, from stunning bird species fluttering through the tree canopy to lush greenery painting the landscape in various hues.

    Included:

    • Drinks
    • Lunch
    • Snorkel Gear
    • Tour Guide

     

    Not Included:

    • Towels
    • Tips
    • Souvenirs

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable clothes and shoes
    • Sunblock
    • Towel
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Extra money

     

    Hours:

    Mon-Fri. The tour lasts approximately 8 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Jolly Harbour Antigua; located on the dockside/marina side of the Crow's Nest Restaurant & Sports Center, a 5/10 min walk from Jolly Beach Hotel.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

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    Great Bird Island Tour

    For nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike, a trip to Great Bird Island is a must during your visit to Antigua. Named for its vast population of diverse avian species, this tiny islet, situated roughly 3 kilometers off the coast of Antigua, offers a unique slice of nature's bounty.

    As you sail towards this little paradise, prepare to be greeted by a myriad of exotic terrestrial and marine animal species. Perhaps most noteworthy is the harmless Antiguan Racer snake, an intriguing creature that calls Great Bird Island its sole home. Observing this rare species in its natural habitat is a unique experience that highlights the island's biodiversity.

    Upon arrival, the calm surf and balmy waters invite you to dive in for an exhilarating snorkeling adventure. The favorable conditions make it a perfect spot for beginners and young explorers, allowing everyone to appreciate the abundant marine life up close. The underwater world surrounding Great Bird Island is a kaleidoscope of vibrant corals, colorful fishes, and other marine creatures, offering a mesmerizing spectacle for snorkelers.

    The island itself is a haven for birdwatchers. True to its name, Great Bird Island harbors a remarkable array of bird species. As you explore the islet, you'll be serenaded by bird songs and can marvel at the fluttering spectacles of color as these avian inhabitants go about their day.

    Included:

    • Lunch
    • Open bar
    • Snorkel gear

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Swimsuit
    • Sunblock
    • Towel
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Camera

     

    Hours:

    Wednesday. The tour lasts approximately 6 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort beach.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    The tour is not suitable for people with mobility and heart conditions. Max weight is 250 lb. The Great Bird Island is a virgin islet with endangered, harmless snakes, so please respect their lives and don't leave trash behind.

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    Island Safari & Stingray City

    The Island Safari and Stingray City tours in Antigua are a marvelous fusion of land and sea adventures, offering the best of this Caribbean gem. Teamed up with an expert guide and riding in a robust all-terrain vehicle, you'll navigate through the verdant rural landscapes of Antigua, soaking in the stunning vistas at every turn.

    Your terrestrial journey culminates at Betty's Hope, a historic sugar cane plantation that speaks volumes of Antigua's colonial past. At this heritage site, you'll delve into the island's history while enjoying a delightful picnic-style lunch prepared with fresh local ingredients. The expansive views of the plantation fields serve as a charming backdrop as you feast on your meal.

    Once your exploration on land concludes, the sea beckons. A short, enjoyable boat ride along the paradise-like beaches of the North Sound transports you to the much-acclaimed Stingray City. Here, you'll enter the azure waters for a memorable encounter with the friendly stingrays. These graceful creatures glide effortlessly in the clear waters around you, offering a truly unique and engaging wildlife experience.

    This combined Island Safari and Stingray City tour provide a comprehensive Antigua experience. From traversing the lush countryside and absorbing the island's history to swimming with stingrays in crystal-clear waters, it's an adventure that encapsulates the essence of Antigua, leaving you with lasting memories of your Caribbean vacation.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Kayak
    • Snorkel equipment
    • Lunch and beverages

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Swimsuit
    • Hat
    • Towel
    • Camera
    • Sunscreen
    • Extra cash

     

    Hours:

    Tues/Wed/Fri. The tour lasts approximately 6 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    Good physical shape is a must. Not recommended during pregnancy or to individuals suffering from neck or back conditions. This tour does not operate during local holidays.

     

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    Island Safari Discovery

    Island Safari Discovery is your passport to the off-the-beaten-track attractions of Antigua. This all-day adventure will take you across the captivating landscapes of Antigua, starting with a robust all-terrain vehicle ride through the picturesque Falmouth Port and the Potworks Dam, an iconic reservoir serving as a crucial water supply for the island.

    Your journey continues with a stop at Betty's Hope, a historic sugar plantation where you will indulge in an exquisite picnic-style lunch. Feel the whispers of the past around you as you learn about Antigua's rich history, all while savoring a delicious meal in this unique setting.

    Your adrenaline will likely kick in as you dare to visit the enigmatic Devil's Bridge, a natural limestone arch famed for its surrounding rough waters. Legend states enslaved people leaped off the bridge to their freedom in death, hence the chilling name.

    As the day draws to a close, find yourself in the tranquil haven of Long Bay. The crystalline waters are perfect for swimming and cooling off after a day of discovery. Dive in and let the warm Caribbean Sea soothe your senses, wrapping up a day of exploration and adventure in Antigua.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Entrance fee
    • Lunch and beverages

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable, casual clothing
    • Light sweater
    • Extra money

     

    Hours:

    Tues & Fri. The tour lasts approximately 3.5 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    Good physical shape is a must. Not recommended during pregnancy or to individuals suffering from neck or back conditions. This tour does not operate during local holidays.

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    Island Safari Eco Kayak & Snorkel

    Experience the hidden wonders of Antigua through the Island Safari Eco Kayak & Snorkel tour. This thrilling expedition promises an intimate encounter with the island's most secluded spots, starting with a special meet and greet with the local animal protection society. Here, you'll interact with adorable donkeys, learning about their role in the island's history and the efforts to protect them.

    Your adventure continues with a visit to Betty's Hope, an ancient sugar mill that serves as a poignant reminder of Antigua's sugar plantation past. Here, you'll take a break to enjoy a refreshing picnic-style lunch surrounded by the rustic charm of the historic site.

    After lunch, gear up for a more aquatic adventure at the North Sound Marine Reserve. At this renowned ecological spot, you'll embark on a kayaking journey that will let you explore the tranquil waters and rich marine life. Glide over crystal-clear waters, taking in the stunning views of mangrove forests and the serene beauty of the surrounding environment.

    The tour culminates with an opportunity to snorkel in the warm Caribbean Sea. Submerge yourself in this vibrant underwater world, and let the stunning marine life captivate your senses. This tour combines exploration, adventure, and appreciation for nature, promising an unforgettable experience on the beautiful island of Antigua.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Kayak
    • Snorkel equipment
    • Lunch and beverages

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Swimsuit
    • Hat
    • Towel
    • Camera
    • Sunscreen
    • Extra cash

     

    Hours:

    Mon/Wed/Fri. The tour lasts approximately 6 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    Good physical shape is a must. Not recommended during pregnancy or to individuals suffering from neck or back conditions. This tour does not operate during local holidays.

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    Island Safari Historical Tour

    Immerse yourself in Antigua's rich history and breathtaking natural beauty with the Island Safari Historical Tour. This comprehensive journey combines adventure, education, and relaxation, ensuring you experience the very best of this Caribbean gem.

    Your tour begins aboard a sturdy, comfortable SUV-GOLD, designed to navigate the island's diverse terrains easily. As you traverse Antigua's picturesque landscapes, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the island's fascinating past and vibrant present from your knowledgeable guide.

    Highlights of the tour include stops at key historical sites that played significant roles in Antigua's cultural and colonial history. Marvel at the architectural beauty of colonial-era buildings, learn about the island's sugarcane industry at old plantations and witness the resilience of local traditions that have thrived over centuries.

    After your journey through time, the tour invites you to experience the natural allure of Antigua at its best. You'll get to unwind on one of the island's pristine beaches, renowned worldwide for their powdery white sands and crystal-clear waters. Whether you bask in the sun, take a refreshing dip in the Caribbean Sea, or simply admire the stunning coastal views, this moment of relaxation offers the perfect finale to your Antigua adventure.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Entrance fee
    • Refreshments

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Swimsuit
    • Hat
    • Towel
    • Camera
    • Sunscreen
    • Extra cash

     

    Hours:

    Mon/Wed/Fri. The tour lasts approximately 6 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    Good physical shape is recommended. This tour does not operate during local holidays.

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    Mystic Island Safari

    Experience the best of both worlds on the Mystic Island Safari in Antigua. This unique adventure combines a thrilling 4x4 safari and a relaxing catamaran cruise, allowing you to explore the island's diverse landscapes by land and sea.

    Your journey begins with a safari on a rugged 4x4 vehicle, perfect for navigating the off-road terrain of Antigua's interior. Led by experienced guides, this part of the tour takes you to the picturesque Falmouth Port, known for its historic charm and scenic views. From there, venture into the heart of the tropical Fig Tree Drive jungle trails. Here, you'll have the opportunity to discover Antigua's rich biodiversity, admire the lush greenery, and even spot some of the island's unique wildlife.

    After exploring the land, it's time to take to the sea. Board a comfortable catamaran and set sail along Antigua's west coast, offering a different perspective on the island's beauty. As you cruise the crystal-clear Caribbean waters, marvel at the stunning coastal landscapes and take in the panoramic views surrounding you.

    The sailing adventure also includes a delicious lunch on board. Enjoy a menu of freshly prepared local favorites served with your favorite drink. This culinary experience and the serene setting ensure a truly memorable moment on your journey.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Lunch and open bar

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips
    • Beach chair

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Swimsuit/beach clothing
    • Sunblock
    • Towel
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Camera

     

    Hours:

    Tues & Fri. The tour lasts approximately 7 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    No alcohol consumption before snorkeling or water activities. Guests must be in good physical condition.

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    Mystic Sailing Catamaran

    Prepare for a delightful voyage with the Mystic Sailing Catamaran in Antigua. This trip promises to highlight your visit to this island paradise, offering a unique blend of relaxation, adventure, and gastronomy.

    Your journey begins as you board the catamaran and set sail across the mesmerizing coast of Antigua Island. As you navigate the stunning shoreline, you can sit back and enjoy the sea breeze, soak up the Caribbean sun, and take in the breathtaking views surrounding you.

    Your captain will guide you to one of Antigua's idyllic, serene beaches, where the crystalline blue waters invite you to dive in for a swim. This is the perfect opportunity to revel in the island's natural beauty and experience the refreshing Caribbean Sea first-hand.

    While you're making the most of your time in the water, the crew will be busy preparing an authentic Caribbean lunch on board. Made with fresh, local ingredients, this meal promises to be a culinary highlight of your trip, offering a real taste of the Caribbean.

    After lunch, you can spend more time swimming and snorkeling or simply relax on the catamaran, enjoying the magnificent scenery.

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Lunch
    • Open bar

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips
    • Beach chair

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Swimsuit & beach clothing
    • Sunblock
    • Towel
    • Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Camera

     

    Hours:

    Tues & Fri. The tour lasts approximately 7 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

    Additional Information:

    No alcohol consumption before snorkeling or water activities. Guests must be in good physical condition.

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    Mystic Sunset Cruise

    Embark on a spectacular journey with the Mystic Sunset Cruise in Antigua. As you step aboard a comfortable catamaran, you'll be welcomed into an unforgettable evening of serenity, beauty, and indulgence.

    The Mystic Sunset Cruise promises a feast for the senses. As the catamaran gently sails across the azure waters surrounding Antigua Island, you will be presented with a mesmerizing display of nature's finest artwork - a Caribbean sunset. Watch in awe as the sun dips below the horizon, painting the sky in vibrant oranges, purples, and pinks.

    But the visual spectacle is not the only highlight of this journey. Your palate, too, will be indulged as you savor a variety of exquisite aperitifs. Paired with a glass of sparkling wine, these gourmet bites add a touch of culinary delight to your experience.

    All of this is set to the backdrop of soft music; the rhythm harmonizes with the gentle lapping of waves against the catamaran, creating a relaxing and romantic ambiance. The music, the food, the wine, and the stunning visuals come together to weave an enchanting atmosphere that will leave you spellbound.

    The Mystic Sunset Cruise is an opportunity to lose yourself in the magic of the Caribbean. Whether you're seeking a romantic outing or a serene escape, this experience promises to be an evening you will never forget. As the sun sets and the stars emerge, you'll fall in love with the breathtaking beauty of Antigua all over again. All aboard for a journey into the mystic!

    Included:

    • Transfers
    • Appetizers
    • Open bar

     

    Not Included:

    • Tips

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable, casual clothing
    • Light sweater
    • Extra money

     

    Hours:

    Tues & Fri. The tour lasts approximately 3.5 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    Resort lobby.

     

    Age Restrictions:

    N/A

     

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    The Excellence Power Catamaran

    Prepare to embark on a luxurious catamaran tour in Antigua, an extraordinary voyage that showcases the island's most popular and awe-inspiring destinations. Step aboard a state-of-the-art vessel designed for comfort and style and glide effortlessly over the warm Caribbean waters that embrace the beautiful Antigua Island.

    Your adventure begins with a visit to the iconic Pillars of Hercules, a natural rock formation that serves as a testament to the island's geological wonders. As you marvel at this magnificent sight, you'll continue your journey to Jumby Bay, a renowned private island retreat known for its pristine beaches and exclusive atmosphere.

    Next on the itinerary is Great Bird Island, a hidden gem in Antigua's archipelago. This idyllic islet is home to a diverse range of bird species and boasts breathtaking scenery. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the surroundings and let the tranquility of the island wash over you.

    The tour continues with a visit to Devil's Bridge, a natural limestone arch that showcases the raw power of the ocean's waves. Admire the dramatic coastal landscape and feel the energy of the crashing waves as you take in this natural wonder.

    Arriving at Green Island, you'll have the opportunity to explore the mesmerizing underwater world through snorkeling. Dive into the submarine seascape, discovering vibrant coral reefs and an array of marine life that call these waters home.

    After your underwater adventure, it's time to indulge in a sumptuous lunch. Savor a delicious meal expertly paired with your favorite drink from the open bar, all served on board the catamaran. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the delectable flavors while basking in the beauty of your surroundings.

    The catamaran tour in Antigua offers an unforgettable blend of exploration, relaxation, and gastronomy. It allows you to witness the island's iconic landmarks, experience vibrant marine life, and indulge in culinary delights, all while surrounded by the unparalleled natural beauty of Antigua.

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    Shoot 'Em Up at Antigua Clays and Reservoir

    Antigua Clays and Reservoir Range offers educational programs, clay pigeon shooting, archery and more. You may not immediately associate target practice with sun bathing, but if you're the kind of person who likes to visit a shooting range every once in a while, what could be better than taking aim in an island paradise? The ranges offer an array of activities. If you're a newbie, you can take one of the educational programs to learn about this sport. For the experienced shooters and archers, you can train your eyes down range. Whether you want the roar of gunfire or the twang of a bow, you can have an unexpectedly good time at this island shooting range.

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    Escape to Mosquito Cove Beach

    Getting to the idyllic Mosquito Cove Beach includes a difficult drive, but the reward is a secluded paradise. Near Bolans Village in the English Harbour area, the road to the beach is bumpy, and you'll probably want a 4-wheel drive for the trek. Ask for directions. It will be worth it. Because when you arrive, you'll find a Caribbean dream of white sand and turquoise water. Relax in your newfound personal retreat. You've discovered what's special about Antigua. With so many beaches along this island's shoreline, there are undisturbed areas of coastal perfection just waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.

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    365 Beaches

    There are numerous beaches on Antigua to enjoy. For starters, there's a lovely white-sand beach at Falmouth Harbour on Pigeon Point. It's only about a 4-minute drive from Admiral's Inn. With calm waters and pristine sands, this is one of the best beaches for snorkelers and swimmers. Another great beach is Dickenson Bay, known as one of the island's finest beaches. With its wide strip of powder-soft sand and calm waters, this beach is known for being safe for families with small children. You can also find refreshments, restaurants and bars nearby. For a more quiet experience, head to the north side of Dickenson Bay, where you'll find secluded beaches. Or, sometimes you can find locals willing to take beachcombers to one of the uninhabited offshore islands like Prickly Pear Island. Whatever beach you want, there's one perfect for you on Antigua!

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    Airport

    Formerly a US army Base, V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU) has been a civil airport since 1949. In 2005, the one-terminal airport was updated to better fulfill the needs of the area.

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    Immigration & Customs

    Immigration is fairly simple to and from Antigua. The visible signs and the flow of people will guide you to immigration. To enter Antigua, you’ll need a valid passport, a return or onward ticket and confirmation of your accommodation throughout the stay. You may also need proof of sufficient funds for the duration of your visit.

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    Getting to Your Hotel

    Once through immigration and customs, collect your bags and head out the arrivals door. CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Alexander Parrish as the premier airport transport company in Antigua. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation from the airport to your hotel and back. We've also partnered with Island Routes, which provides tours and excursions throughout the area. It’s easy to find your Alexander Parrish team when you arrive at the airport. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable.

  • Getting Around Antigua

    Taxis are available at the airport. Generally, the fare from the airport to St. John’s is $7 USD, and the fare to Nelson’s Dockyard is $21 USD. Taxi drivers are also qualified as tour guides for sightseeing trips.

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