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Antigua & Barbuda

This twin-island nation is known for its rich biodiversity and impressive natural beauty. From its white and pink sandy beaches washed by tranquil waters to its vibrant reefs and bird sanctuaries, both islands offer a unique Caribbean charm.

Where is Antigua and Barbuda?

Antigua and Barbuda is located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The capital city, St. John's, is on Antigua, which is the larger and most populated of the two islands. Barbuda is a flat and tree-covered coral island with significant features like the Codrington Bay natural lagoon on its western side.

A Twin-Island Paradise

Expect a friendly welcome and idyllic beaches

Almost entirely embraced by the Caribbean Sea, Antigua boasts a stunning 95-mile coastline that stands out in its splendour. Its sibling, Barbuda, is flanked by protective reefs that house a vast lagoon and a sanctuary for Frigate Birds. Renowned for their hospitable inhabitants, these islands also offer pristine beaches in shades of pink and white, waters as clear as crystal, and what can arguably be described as the planet's most refreshing climate.

Why is Antigua and Barbuda for me?

A Beach for Every Day of the Year
Fascinating Historical Sites
Sample Fresh Local Cuisine

A Beach for Every Day of the Year

There’s a temptation to head to the beach and do little else while you’re in Antigua - and who could blame you? Alas, this doesn’t excuse you from at least some decision-making; the island is acclaimed for its 365 beaches which, you guessed it, means there’s one for each day of the year. Ffryes Beach on the west of the island dazzles in every sense of the word, or if nothing short of true Instagram fodder will suffice, Half Moon Bay is guaranteed to have you fumbling for your camera. If you’re more for catching waves than soaking up rays, Jabberwock Beach is the place to be, where windsurfing, kiteboarding and surfing are all par for the course in the north of Antigua.

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