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Hike and Trails of Antigua

Hike and Trails of Antigua

More than just a 4WD adventure, this tour visits historical sites like Nelson's Dockyard, Shirley Heights and English Harbour. And have you always wanted to know how rum is made, well take a lesson at Betty's Hope working sugar plantation.



City of St. John's Sightseeing Tour

City of St. John's Sightseeing Tour

A diverse tour of St. John's, the capital of Antigua, which is dominated by the magnificently evocative white baroque towers of St. John's Cathedral. Later enjoy shopping for everything and anything at Heritage Quay shopping complex. Then time to relax with lunch at the beautiful Botanical Gardens.



Cades Reef Snorkel Cruise

Cades Reef Snorkel Cruise

The beauty of Antigua extends far below the water line. Well-preserved coral reefs surround the coast of Antigua, making for superb snorkeling and scuba diving. Snorkel on Cades Reef, one of the islands's best sites.



Antigua Helicopter Tour

Antigua Helicopter Tour

Take a look at either Montserrat or Antigua from a totally different perspective, on a helicopter flight! An exciting flight over the active Soufrière Hills Volcano to take a rare view of this rumbling mountain. Or see Antigua Island from the air, beautiful white sandy beaches, miles of protective reefs and lush tropical island vegetation.



Swim with the Stingrays in Antigua

Swim with the Stingrays in Antigua

Enchanting "Stingray City" is a perfect enviroment for an exciting swim with a stingray. A well protected reef with calm, clear waters make for a pristine swim and an amazing experience.This swim is by appointment only.



Shirley Heights Lookout

Shirley Heights Lookout

Shirley Heights was named after former governor Sir Thomas Shirley, who was known as the man who fortified English Harbour in the late 1700s. But on Sunday nights it explodes into dance and music. Start by seeing a beautiful sunset and then stay to relax and enjoy the entertainment provided by talented local bands.



Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing

The "catch of the day" is yours on this exciting fishing experience out at sea. Either the half or full day tour will satisfy any keen fisherman in the Atlantic waters. Marlin, King fish or Barracuda, move into the chair and haul'em in!



Round Island Tour

Round Island Tour

Antigua is a tropical paradise located in the Caribbean. There is plenty to see and do on this island, from historical sites like Nelson's Dockyard and Shirley Heights, to Art Galleries and magnificent yachts moored in English Harbour.



Triple Destinations 'Plus'

Triple Destinations 'Plus'

A diverse tour taking advantage of some of the islands main attractions. Start by sailing to Green Island for a snorkeling, before taking a guided tour of the historic Nelson's Dockyard. Then up to Shirley's Heights for the famous Sunday party.



Barbuda Day Tour

Barbuda Day Tour

Discover the true beauty of the Caribbean with this day tour to Barbuda! Depart the shores of Antigua and head out over the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean on your way to the stunning island of Barbuda! On arrival, take a short stroll to the lagoon where you will board a smaller boat to take a tour of the Frigate Bird Sanctuary! Spend the afternoon indulging in a sumptuous lunch and relaxing on the beach!



Island Safari and Stingray City

Island Safari and Stingray City

Explore parts of Antigua that not many people dare to venture, discover the exotic plants and animals found only in Antigua, snorkel with the gracious stingrays of Stingray City and enjoy a delicious lunch with a refreshing rum or fruit punch, all in one day! This tour offers you the opportunity to truly discover Antigua and everything she has to offer!



Bird Island Snorkel

Bird Island Snorkel

Snorkeling in Antiqua is a wonderful experience, especially on the beautiful Bird Island. The calm, warm waters of the reef is a perfect enviroment for children and beginners to snorkel and enjoy the day.



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