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What to Do in Antigua and Barbuda Islands

Abhishek Velankar May 13, 2020
Antigua and Barbuda is one of those Caribbean island nations one only dreams of going to. Whether it be a honeymoon, an outing with friends or family, the islands of Antigua and Barbuda are sure to give an awesome experience.
Fort James is a fort important to the nation's history. It still houses the canons from the British occupation.
Visit Fort James
Galleon Beach is famous for Turtle Sightings,  both on the beach and in the sea reachable by water taxi. The beach also offers Snorkeling amidst the fishes.
Turtle Sighting
Ffyres beach has incredibly soft sand to relax on. It's also very good for swimming.
Relax in a soft sand!
At Stingray City one can snorkel and swim with the stingrays and can even feed them with the help of the staff. There's also rum punch at the end.
Snorkel and Swim
The Devil's bridge, a natural rock arch is named so because of its dark past of slaves committing suicide by jumping into the water. The waves here hit the rocks and jump upwards into the sky providing for a photogenic opportunity.
If one is traveling with kids, then Darkwood Beach is the best option for its play area on waters.
Enjoy at Inflatable Water Park
If one wants a rest from hitting all the beaches, there's the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda which informs on the history of the island. There's also a signed bat of Cricket legend Sir Viv Richards.
Know the History
Jabberwock Beach is a calm beach with less people that is good for swimming. However, the main attraction here is Kite surfing.
Runaway Beach is a beach you can literally "run away" to because it's even more secluded and quiet than the beaches mentioned before. There aren't even any vendors present.
Runaway ...literally!