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  • ANTIGUA

    Located in the Eastern Caribbean, the twin state of Antigua and Barbuda is an exotic paradise rich in history, culture, natural scenery and adventure. Antigua, the larger of the two islands, is home to the nation’s capital city, St. John’s and is known to have 365 pristine beaches, one for every day of the year. You will be intrigued by the charm, romance, beauty, tropical weather, isolation and personalised hospitality on this island. Take a trip to Nelson’s Dockyard, the island’s largest National Park and an eco-wonderland. For the more adventurous travellers, embark on a Rainforest Canopy Tour or swim with stingrays at Stringray City. For snorkelling and scuba diving enthusiasts, there are extensive coral reefs and marine life to explore in the turquoise waters of Antigua. Indulge in local delicacies such as Fungi and Pepperpot, the national dish, Antigua Black for dessert and freshly made ginger beer. Visit Antigua to experience the tranquillity of this exotic paradise for yourself!

    Fly in Business Class to Antigua. You could also opt to combine Miami and Antigua, only a 3 hour direct Business Class flight apart. The local currency is East Caribbean Dollar (XCD) although US Dollar is widely accepted. English is the official language and many locals speak Antiguan Creole. The time zone is UTC/GMT -4 hours.

  • WEATHER

    The best time to go is the winter season, between mid-December and mid-April. By July and August it is much hotter but not usually unbearable. The dry season begins in January, and though there are sometimes droughts, the sunshine creates one of the most pleasant climates in the Caribbean. July to November is also hurricane season, and although Antigua doesn’t get too much rain, you should pack your umbrellas to be safe.