Why Not Go?

Antigua is like the Buy One Get One Free deal of the Caribbean. Tourists visiting the island nation have ample opportunity to visit not only the main island of Antigua, but the lesser-known Barbuda as well. Further, each has a very different sense of style from the other, providing a place of reprieve for both high energy travelers and laid back… more…

Best Time to Visit

Many travelers flock to the beaches of Antigua during the high season,… more…

Areas within Antigua

Dickenson Bay

English Harbour

Falmouth Harbour

Jolly Harbour

St. Johns

Activities

When vacationing in Antigua, the availability of thrilling activities seems endless. From snorkeling and diving to casinos and golfing, this Caribbean destination knows how to keep the excitement flowing. Whether you’re a land-lover or eager to make a splash in the sea, this island has a buffet… more…

Diving

Upon arriving on the beautiful island of Antigua, travelers will quickly… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Take the road less traveled and cycle around Antigua.… more…

Fishing

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Transportation

The island of Antigua is a tourist's dream, with more than 365 beautiful… more…

Air Travel

Antigua, one of the British Leeward Islands, is known for the 365 white… more…

Ferries

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Rental Cars

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Sailing & Boating

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Taxis

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Accommodations

Whether you seek lodgings that provide luxury and are close to exciting nightlife, or you desire smaller, more romantic accommodations, the islands of Antigua and Barbuda have you covered. There are over 100 hotels and dozens of rental villas on the islands, making it easy to fit every traveler's needs. By following the following link, you will find an alphabetical listing of Antigua's hotels and resorts. From there, you can… more…

Hotels

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Eco Tourism

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Villa Complexes

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Attractions

The islands of Antigua and Barbuda offer two completely different vacation experiences for visitors. Fortunately, this means that travelers will be able to… more…

Cruises

Many people visit Antigua while cruising the Caribbean Islands. Antigua is usually one stop of many during the ship's tour of the islands. The cruise terminal… more…

Weddings

The tropical scenery and fantasy atmosphere, incredible year-round climate, plus the built-in honeymoon are only a small number of reasons why people desire… more…

Beaches

With 365 beaches, Antigua is known for having a beach for every day of the year. The warm, calm waters of the Caribbean allow vacationers to make a splash in the protected salty sea. On Barbuda, the beaches are mostly marked by salmon-colored sands, and some of this small island's beaches are facing the more turbulent waters of the Atlantic Ocean. With 365 beaches, Antigua has plenty to offer. Below you can view some of the most popular… more…

Restaurants

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Natural Attractions

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Attractions

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Clothing

When planning your trip to Antigua, consider comfort, climate, and… more…

Currency

While the official currency of Antigua is the Eastern Caribbean dollar,… more…

Crime

Visitors to Antigua do not generally regard crime as a dominant concern.… more…

Culture

The inhabitants of Antigua are predominately… more…

Electricity

When visiting Antigua, electrical… more…

Events & Festivals

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Food

Antigua's restaurants cater to a variety of tastes, from Italian and eclectic continental to traditional West Indian cuisine. Around much of the island, menus are geared toward tourists and offer typical Euro-American style food, but if you prefer to sample Antigua's native fare, you'll still… more…

Budgeting

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Tipping

Tipping procedures in Antigua do not differ much from… more…

History

As the sugarcane industry clenched its grip around the… more…

Weather

The weather in Antigua is almost always nice. The temperature remains fairly constant year round, making this the perfect island to visit any time of the year. Antigua's annual average temperatures range between 73 and 87 degrees Fahrenheit, depending upon the season at which you are looking. During the winter, the country's temperatures hover between 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit, and during the summer time, the stay in the mid… more…

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