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Antigua and Barbuda

Cruise Antigua and Barbuda.

10 Day Escape

Explore sparkling blue waters, sugary white sand beaches and tropical green rainforest all in one unforgettable cruise. This dual-island nation in the Caribbean allows you to experience complete relaxation in breathtaking surroundings. Or if it’s adventure activities you desire, then look no further than Antigua and Barbuda.

Falmouth Harbour

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Falmouth Harbour, a quaint part of Antigua that begs for exploration. Visiting Shirley Heights is considered a must in Antigua. The buildings have been adapted to function as a restaurant and bar, and its famous Sunday evening party is always a hit. Drive up to Shirley Heights and stroll around the old military fortifications. You can view breathtaking scenic landscapes at 360 degrees.

Pigeon Beach

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Popular with both visitors and locals, Pigeon Beach is an ideal spot to swim or snorkel in the warm waters of Antigua. The calm and tranquil water make this beach a perfect destination for families.

Experience

Catherine's Cafe

Set at the far end of Pigeon Point beach, Catherine’s Café Plage offers long and elegant lunches, this time looking through a sandy garden of neem trees. The fare is French: lobster cakes, snapper papillote and tartiflette.

Carlisle Bay

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Situated on the unspoilt southern Antiguan coast, Carlisle Bay offers white sands and turquoise waters set against a backdrop of green undulating hills and rainforest. This makes this picturesque destination fantastic for both sea and land-based activities.

Experience

Spring Hill Riding

A top quality riding stable with instructors, located at Springhill in Falmouth, just five minutes from English Harbour. Enjoy taking a gentle trail ride around the scenic valley and splash through little coves.

Experience

Rainforest Zipline

Experience the thrill of zip lining through the rainforest 300ft above the ground.

Five Islands Harbour

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A perfect lazily c-shaped bay, five islands features some of the best beaches of Antigua's 365. Snorkellers and divers should head to Deep Bay, a protected anchorage centred by a shipwreck, its past rising above the surface of the waves. Galley Bay is best for surfing.

Experience

Sheer Rocks restaurant

Situated in a spectacular, cliff-side, west-coast location, overlooking Antigua’s jade and turquoise sea, Sheer Rocks serves Mediterranean inspired cuisine. The menu includes tapas by day and full à la carte in the evening.

Barbuda

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Just 1,600 lucky locals share 60-square-miles of prime Caribbean paradise. Barbuda’s beaches are frequented only by frigate birds, turtles and wild donkeys. Each one is so empty that crew can plan a picnic, pitch a marquee or organise a birthday blowout in total privacy.

Barduda’s Atlantic coast is wild, windy and great for kitesurfers. The Caribbean side is soft, sandy and sublime, with rose-pink beaches and nodding palms. This island is the perfect place to expand culinary horizons. Guests can join fishermen as they cast for snapper, barracuda and grunt, or hunt for lobster by hand with a wire lasso. Yacht captains liaise with locals to locate the island’s 90 shipwrecks.

Green Island

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Paddle ashore on Green Island. Yours might be the only footprints here. This uninhabited island is an endless loop of pristine white beach and tropical foliage. Antigua may boast 365 beaches – but the ones on this outer island are the nation’s most serene.
Such tranquillity disappears once a year. When the Antigua Yacht Club holds its annual Green Island Race, every local yachtsman sails in for lobster, snapper and beer. According to America’s Cup winner Sir Russell Coutts, the surrounding waters are tailor-made for sailing your yacht’s dinghy, windsurf or kiteboard. Five-star refreshment can be found at the Harmony Hall Yacht Club, bucolically built on the site of an old sugar mill plantation just across the bay.

Jumby Island

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Reachable only by boat, Jumby Island, also known as Long Island is a secluded 300-acre private island just two miles off the coast of Antigua. With no cars allowed, explore the winding bicycle paths, or relax on the idyllic Caribbean beaches