ATTRACTIONS IN ANTIGUA
Antigua is a mecca for sailing boat charters, scuba-diving, deep sea fishing, kite surfing, windsurfing, waterskiing, snorkelling and kayaking. The island has over 300 beaches to chill out on, as well as eco-adventure tours, catamaran cruises, swimming with stingrays, off-road quad biking, hillwalking and golf. Fun can be had at the local festivals, on day trips to other islands, a helicopter trip to nearby Montserrat, heritage tours and visits to local attractions and much much more...
We would be delighted to help you with any arrangements for activities around the island during your stay, including car hire. Please ask Guest Assistance on arrival.
English Harbour and Nelson’s Dockyard
Cultural heritage site and marina developed in the 18th century as a base for the British navy.
Betty’s Hope Sugar Plantation
Founded in 1674, this was the first plantation on the island to introduce large-scale sugar cultivation. Now restored as an open-air museum charting the history of the sugar era.
Antigua rainforest canopy tour
An exciting eco-tour through the Antiguan rainforest canopy via a series of zip-lines, trails and suspension bridges.
Great Bird Island
Island paradise nature sanctuary; the last refuge of the Antiguan Racer Snake in the wild.
Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, St John’s
Situated in the old court house of 1750, the oldest building in St John’s, the museum interprets the story of Antigua from its geological birth to political independence.
A restored military look-out, this has the best view in Antigua. Don’t miss the Sunday fish-fry and barbecue with live Caribbean music.
St John's the capital of Antigua
The capital city – historical dock area, local colour and shopping.
“the beach is just the beginning”