Antigua & Barbuda Travel Guide

/Antigua & Barbuda Travel Guide
Antigua & Barbuda Travel Guide 2016-11-03T23:52:29+00:00

When stepping foot onto this beautiful laid back country, you will notice how everything is so relaxed, peaceful and chilled. Its beautiful rugged cliffs and stunning beaches make up its coastline, with crystal clear waters, it really is paradise. Antigua is home to rich history, with Nelson’s Dockyard nestled into English Harbour. If you love sailing then Antigua and Barbuda is the place for you.

The sister island of Barbuda, is a lot smaller, less touristy and much more laid back. In Antigua, if you’re looking for amazing beaches then head to the deserted stretches of sand in the south-west, beyond Jolly Bay area, and if you tour St John’s, make sure to end up in the restored Redcliffe Quay for a drink!


Currency: East Caribbean Dollar ($) Click here for currency conversion rates.
Language: English.
Good to know: Take a boat trip from English Harbour to experience the island.
Capital: St. John’s.
Visa: Most nationalities do not need visa, however click here for full information.
Climate: Antigua stays warm all year round. Do be aware of Hurricane Season from June to October with heavy outbursts of rain lasting a couple of minutes. But don’t be put off by this, as we have always visited the Caribbean between June and August.
Power Adaptors: 2/3 pin plug – Type A or B (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: N/A.


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Basic Information before travelling to Antigua and Barbuda