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Life is indeed a beach especially in Antigua and Barbuda where there is a beach for every day of the year (365 white sand beaches), laid back lifestyle, swaying palm trees, beautiful animals amidst rainforests, sensational resorts, energetic nightlife, free flowing rum and cocktails, and nonstop water activities. It is no wonder that the queen of talk – Oprah, and other huge celebrities like Giorgio Armani, Ken Follett, and Eric Clapton have their own holiday homes here.
The islands of Antigua and Barbuda make up two thirds of a 3 island state of Leeward Islands in the north-eastern Caribbean. Redonda, the third island, is uninhabited but also a day trip destination for tourists who want to find solitude or go saltwater fishing. On Antigua, must visit attractions include the historic Nelson’s Dockyard, the vibrant Shirley Heights nightlife scene, the highest peak at Mount Obama, verdant Bondy Pond valley, the naturally occurring blow holes of Devil’s Bridge, and natural parks for nature lovers. Shopping, witnessing regattas and watching people go by at St. John’s capital’s shops, pier and cathedral is also recommended.
The 90 minute boat trip or 20 min flight from Antigua to the 15 long x 8 mile wide island of Barbuda is a must for ultimate relaxation and secluded beach experience. The island is surrounded by rich corals so it’s the perfect snorkeling spot for seeing countless tropical fish, turtles, rays, barracuda and even small sharks. The thick Barbudan bush is home to magnificent wildlife like wild boars, guinea fowl, deers, land turtles, donkeys, horses, goats, and 5000 migrant Frigate birds. Codrington village, Highland House, and Martello tower are also must visit spots. There are no clubs, bars, resorts, or spas on Barbuda but the natural wonders, the sweetness of fresh lobsters, and the complete solitude more than makes up for all that.
Antigua and Barbuda enjoy a tropical marine climate with very little seasonal variation in temperature. The months of June to November usually brings tropical storms and hurricanes.
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