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Monday, 8th Septempber

Antigua and Barbuda is home to the most beautiful beaches

Antigua and Barbuda is the largest English speaking island in the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean region.  It is known for its protective, nearly unbroken wall of coral reefs and beautiful beaches.  Antigua is also known as Waladli and is a sophisticated and casual country.  This premier Caribbean destination is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. The small island Barbuda which completes this beautiful destination is home to one of the region's most significant bird sanctuaries.

Things not to miss in Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua is the perfect island for your vacation.  Whether you’re looking forward to a vacation of sun and relaxation or exploring and adventure, Antigua is the Caribbean Island you would not want to miss. You have 365 beaches you can laze on and magnificent spa services that will relax your muscles. If you are interested in exploring the island, Antigua has countless tours you can book which will educate you on all the natural, historical and cultural sites on the island. And if you are looking forward to fun filled days, don’t miss out on all the land and water activities

Shopping in Antigua & Barbuda

Shopping in Antigua is centered on the capital, St. John. Visitors are offered duty-free British woolens, linens, luxury goods, locally made rum, pottery, straw work, shell crafts and hand-made dolls. If you are into eating organic, the farmer’s market is where you will find the freshest fruits and vegetables. Some of the shops that offer great items include Nelson Dockyard, Shipwreck and Passions.


Tip: When making duty-free purchases be sure to have your passport or airline ticket with you. You might be lucky with bargaining.


Perfect atmosphere to interact with locals

Francis Nunes Jr. Memorial Fishing Tournament & Seafood Festival –September 26th –27th 2014
The Francis Nunes Jr. Memorial Tournament and Seafood Festival will be taking place on the 27th of September 2014 at the Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbor. This tournament is about celebrating Seafood and having fun with family and friends. There will be a variety of seafood for sale including lobster, crab, sushi, fried fish, fungi and seafood rice. This event starts at 2:30pm and will be a perfect atmosphere to interact with locals


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