Impossible for anyone to believe that such places do even exist! Dreamy sunny beaches and warm locales, with a constant heartfelt weather throughout the year, Antigua and Barbuda Islands are the two most splendid islands on planet earth to spend an unforgettable holidays in. These Caribbean islands make the most beautiful destination for the nature lovers to make an ideal getaway. Rental homes provide great luxury and perfect comfort for an undeniably romantic getaway, at reasonable prices.
Antigua and Barbuda are the twin islands situated in between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The country is nicknamed as “The Land of 365 Beaches”, due to numerous beaches neighboring the islands. They are low-laying islands whose terrain has been influenced by the limestone formations, other than the volcanic activities.
Here are some list of activities that will make your outing worth the trip.
Stingray City – Antigua
A great expedition swim along and hand feed little squids to the amazing petite stingrays. An eventful boat ride of ten minutes, is what brings out the travelers for the real fun. Snorkel around the reefs and explore the variety of tropical fishes, or rope off in the waist-high water to meet the wide variety of stingrays standing in the crystal clear waters. Make your little ones happy with this wonderful activity, worth spending just $50 on, for an unforgettable sport to experience around.
Valley Church Beach – Antigua
Try out spending some quiet time on the Valley Church Beach rather than Jolly Beach Island, for its blindingly white sand and the sparkling shade of blue water. Shade and bathing facilities are available on the beach, with rental umbrellas, beach chairs and jet skis. It is considered to be a solid choice to enjoy sunbathing and swimming, apart from the peak time of cruise arrivals, where you can relish the tasty drinks and delicious food.
17 Mile Beach – Barbuda
Wondering why is this beach named as 17 Mile Beach? Its pink sand beaches, clear blue-green waters and spotlessly clean long coastline are the reason behind it. Bring all our beach paraphernalia like sunscreen, snacks, water, and towels, to spend a marvelous day here, for a less crowded, non-commercialized beach. You might even have a chance to have the whole place to yourself if you get lucky.
The Caves at Two Foot Bay – Barbuda
Even though the caves are located near the carpark, it can be difficult to find them as they are not signposted. The specialty of these caves is that they are underground caverns where the paintings decorated by the native Arawak Indians and the petroglyphs can still be noticed. Rent vehicles to find and reach the caves, as the island does not provide any local transportation, also requires good climbing skills.