Antigua - Home of 365 Beaches - One for Every Day of the Year
Divers and snorkelers should head to the eastern and southern coast of Antigua for clear pristine waters, colorful reefs abundant with marine life, and the opportunity to view several wrecks.
Aside from the georgeous sand beaches that line the coastline, Antigua countryside features a distinct scrub terrain, colorful foliage and stunning views.
There's plenty to do and see in Antigua.
One of the best panoramic views is found on Shirley Heights at the Lookout.
If you're into walking, head over to Carpenter's Rock Trail and walk from English Harbour to Shirley Heights.
Other great walking trails include Wallings Reservoir, Middle Ground Trail, and the absolute best scenic trail starts at Falmouth and goes around Turtle Bay, and then onto Rendezvous Bay home to some of the islands best beaches.
Other points of interest in Antigua are Half Moon Bay Park, Codrington Estate, Martello Castle, Highland House, Frigate Bird Sanctuary, and the historic Nelson's Dockyard.
Antigua is one of the sunniest islands in the Eastern Caribbean
There is very little rainfall which provides a low humidity environment.
Winter months the island averages 75 degrees, and in the summer months you can expect average temps in the mid 80's.
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Set on a 300-acre private Caribbean island, Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort is a naturalist's haven noted for its lush landscape, stately palm trees and three superb, white sand beaches.
A secluded hideaway off the coast of Antigua - accessible only by boat, the luxury resort is known worldwide for providing discerning travelers with world-class service and distinguished amenities. Recipient of 2012 AAA Five-Diamond Award
With 365 beaches, visitors can spend most of their time beach hopping from coast to coast.
The island is basically surround by a large coral reef, and you will discover secluded coves and stunning bays as you make your way around the coastline.
Antigua's sister island Barbuda provides both pink and white sand beaches, charming villages and lots of seclusion.
Awesome Antigua Sunset via Pinterest
One of Antigua's Premier Resorts