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Antigua & Barbuda

First things first, did you know that Antigua and Barbuda is actually made up of three (3) islands, and not just two? — Antigua, Barbuda, and Redonda.

Antigua is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, over 365 beaches to be exact — one for every day of the year. Barbuda, which is known for its crystal-clear waters and incredible diving opportunities. And finally, there's Redonda, a tiny island that has been uninhabited since 1877.

The most exciting thing about Antigua and Barbuda isn't its geography; it's the fact that you can visit Mt. Obama—a mountain named after former president Barack Obama—and take in some breathtaking views of this tropical paradise. If that isn't enough, there's also Princess Diana Beach on Antigua (named in honor of Princess Diana’s visit to the beach shortly before her tragic passing).

Info to Know Before You Go!

Airport: V.C Bird International Airport (ANU)

Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) American dollars are widely accepted

Average temperature hovers around 82°F

Fun Facts!

Antigua & Barbuda

Unique Experiences
● For a taste of local culture, head to Betty's Hope, a former sugar plantation where you can learn about
the Island's sugarcane past. And no trip to Antigua would be complete without sampling some of the
delicious rum produced on the Island - Cheers!
● Take a stroll through St. John's Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in the Western Hemisphere.
● Visit the beaches. The beaches which you should not miss are Darkwood beach, Buccaneer Cove
Beach, and Carlisle Beach. All these beaches are famous for turquoise blue water and white sands
without big crowds of people.
● Visit Nelson's Dockyard to learn about the history, an 18th-century British naval base that's now a
UNESCO World Heritage site.

Must Do's

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