Often described as a place where life is a beach, it’d hard not to be pulled in by the fine reputation. But it’s no wonder. Antigua has scores of small beaches, which are lapped at by calm blue water, and Barbuda is a beach and nothing more. One uninterrupted, pink strand all for you to enjoy.
Aside from the fantastic beaches, there is plenty to do. You can visit ‘Shirely heights’ to have a spectacular view of the island, or you can take on a kayaking adventure, and if you’re lucky to be there on a Friday and Saturday morning you can bask in the delightful public market, where you’ll see and find any tropical fruit or veg you could wish for.
If Antigua could show you only one thing it would be the superb Nelson’s dock; restored in the Georgian era the marina has been in operation from 1975.
Amongst all the food you’re bound to find a fresh fish, lobster, crab or other sea food.
As for Antigua, it is famous for its exotic bird colony that far outnumbers its small amount of residents, a bird-watchers dream, these 2 islands are the perfect escape to unwind and relax from the hustle and bustle of a busy life.
The idyllic island, located in the middle of the carbine sea is simply amazing. With hardly any tourist interference it is perfect to simply relax. With a small population and plenty of deserted beaches, these breathtakingly stunning islands are the next destination of choice.
Much of St. Vincent & The Grenadines’ culture is strongly linked to the sea, which brought African slaves, Portuguese labourers, and French and British settlers together with indigenous population to give St. Vincent and the Grenadines its vibrant, multi-ethnic community.
St Vincent’s Botanical gardens are the oldest botanical gardens in the western hemisphere and are an oasis of peace and serenity. 20 acres of land- which are filled with an abundance of tropical plants, tree, birds and flowers.
Aside from that you can also take a yachting trip out to see the 23 islands making up St Vincent and explore secluded lagoons and white sand beaches, and wherever you feel like dropping anchor…You can drop anchor. There are also the usual water sports available such as windsurfing and kite surfing.
Grenada is an English speaking nation which has beautiful unspoiled landscapes, and offers visitors amazing adventures, stunning beaches and romantic scenery’s. On the picturesque island of Grenada you can swim in the calm turquoise waters of the Grans Anse Beach, or go trekking through the rain forest of Seven Sisters Waterfalls. Explore the Grenadian culture which is expressed through music in all its variety; pageantry and poetry; dance and theatre; sport and recreation; and their natural penchant for welcoming, socializing, cooking and celebrating.
Take time to visit some of Grenada’s attractions and explore the breath taking waterfalls by sticking to the path or go trekking to find some of the islands hidden spots of beauty. If you want to learn about the history of Grenada, then take a tour of the island’s forts, once there you can walk through underground tunnels and passageways, and gaze at the stunning views of the harbour below.
For those that crave adventure, then try some of the experiences Grenada has to offer. Try sports fishing, go on a hiking trail or indulge yourself by diving or snorkeling in the mystery of the underwater sculpture park or go kayaking on the south coast.