Antigua and Barbuda are best-known for their white and pink sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. In fact, Antigua has 365 beaches, one for every day of the year!
St. John’s, Antigua is home to Sailing Week, an annual sailing event that has gained world-wide recognition as one of the best-known regatta’s. Regatta (n): a sporting event consisting of a series of boat or yacht races.
These sister islands are known for being the sunniest islands of the region. The northeast trade winds keep it cool and less humid than surrounding areas with temperatures averaging 80 degrees year-round. It’s the perfect travel destination any time of year.
The Frigate Bird Sanctuary in Barbuda is home to 50,000 frigate birds and over 170 other bird species, totaling over 100,000 in the sanctuary.
Antigua and Barbuda are known for their culinary delicacies such as their unique Conch dishes, extra-sweet black pineapple, and their national dish of saltfish and fungi.