At the southerly tip of Antigua, Shirley Height’s lookout gives you a panoramic survey of this 108-square mile island with all the breathtaking vigor of land and sea that the view deserves.
In 1834, Britain abolished slavery in its empire. This island instituted immediate emancipation before other colonies.
Consider visiting English Harbour, St. Johns, and Jolly Harbour with views of Mount Obama along the way.
Relaxing in the sun on fine white sand or dip in crystalline waters for bodysurfing or snorkeling.
There are outstanding conditions for surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, kayaking, and sailing regattas.
More than a dozen tours range from cycling, safari, paddle boating, snorkeling, and trekking up mountain paths.
Spice up your vacation with planning for Maritime and culinary-themed festivals spread throughout the year.
Major holidays in Antigua are New Year’s Day, Easter, Easter Monday, Labour Day, Whit Monday, and Carnival.