Find Your Inspiration
Check into a spacious suite on the stylishly sophisticated beachfront paradise of Carlisle Bay.
Island Safari Eco-Kayaking
Explore North Sound National Park's exotic mangroves via kayak and have a picnic on the uninhabited Bird Island.
New Creole: History Comes Alive
Explore this rich treasure chest of British colonialist history and its present day Antiguan West Indian culture, a wonderful fusion of customs and languages. The name Antigua is doubly fitting, meaning "ancient" in Spanish and "our own" in Creole.
Pepperpots & Jerk-Spiced Meats
A diverse yet delectable recipe, pepperpot stew is a Caribe/West Indies delicacy filled with fresh produce, island spices, hot peppers and beef or pork. Seafood, jerk-spiced meats, seasoned rice and local rum are also staples in the island's kitchens.
So Many Beaches, So Little Time!
Teeming with sugarcane fields and a winding coastline that is fringed by powdery soft beaches, Antigua is a perfectly congenial place to unwind.
The Exotic Sister Island
World famous for its pristine pink coral beaches, Low Bay beach is a 17-mile long stretch of the Caribbean. An undeveloped deserted island, here one can find an abundance of water sports, shipwrecks, beautiful reefs and a fascinating bird sanctuary.