North America, Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua & Barbuda

Antigua & Barbuda islands in the west indies are said to have the best weather in the Caribbean.

How They Dazzle Us

The nation of Antigua and Barbuda is a sovereign state in the West Indies consisting of two major islands, Antigua and Barbuda, and a number of smaller islands. In 2017 Barbuda was ravaged by hurricane Irma with nearly all its buildings damaged and the entire population evacuated to Antigua. That said, the islands are said to have the best weather in the Caribbean, with warm weather and moderate cloud cover.

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Why We Love Them

This small country offers a great deal of activities to visitors. There is the natural splendour of Devil’s Bridge - an arch carved out by the waves, zip lining and hikes through the rainforest canopy, and the historical sights of the sugar plantation ruins. You could also enjoy the Antigua Sailing Week, one of the world’s top regattas or visit one of the many boutiques and casinos on the islands. Oprah Winfrey and Richard Branson both own homes here, so if it’s good enough for them…

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Their Sustainable Superpower

The islands are not known for their wide variety of wildlife, but if you’re out for some animal spotting, you could encounter boar, wild deer, sea turtles, mongooses and a large number of migratory bird species. The country is working on desalination solutions and they do not have a strong fresh water supply with no rivers to speak of and only three small streams in Antigua.

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Best Time to Visit

Antigua and Barbuda has a tropical maritime climate with little seasonal temperature variation. The rainy period is between September and November. The islands generally experience low humidity and recurrent droughts, though hurricanes strike almost yearly, mostly during the rainy season. The tourist season is during the dry season from December to April.

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Unique Foods

Fungie, a polenta-like cornmeal starch, and pepper is the national dish. It is often served with locally-caught saltfish and lobster, though jerk chicken is a common substitute. Caramelised plantains, sugarcakes, fudge and tamarind stew are dessert favourites.

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Visa Details

Please consult the closest embassy or consulate of Antigua & Barbuda

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