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Ranked #1 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Your Stingray City Antigua Snorkel Adventure will be the highlight of your vacation, and an experience that will live with... more » Owner description: Your Stingray City Antigua Snorkel Adventure will be the highlight of your vacation, and an experience that will live with you forever. Our Southern Rays are without doubt The Brightest Rays in the Caribbean, very friendly and gentle. Come and enjoy with us this unique experience of interacting and feeding a Stingray, together with snorkelling amongst magnificent coral reefs and colourful tropical fish. « less
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Valley Church Beach (Jolly Harbour)
Ranked #2 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Springhill Riding Club (English Harbour)
Ranked #3 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
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Galley Bay Beach (St. John's)
Ranked #4 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #5 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Half Moon Bay (Saint Phillip Parish)
Ranked #6 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
Catch some rays while watching the surf at this beautiful pink sand beach.
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Ranked #7 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
An excellent beach for snorkelling and beachcombing.
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Antigua's Donkey Sanctuary (English Harbour)
Ranked #8 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Farms
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Pigeon Beach (English Harbour)
Ranked #9 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Boat Trips Antigua (St. John's)
Ranked #10 of 69 attractions in Antigua
A special day on the water, power or sail, lobster and grilled chicken lunch
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Nelson's Dockyard (English Harbour)
Ranked #11 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: National Parks
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Shirley Heights (English Harbour)
Ranked #12 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Lookouts; Historic Sites
Hills overlooking the Dockyard on the east, named after the governor who built the fortifications.
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Turners Beach (Bolans)
Ranked #13 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Devil's Bridge (Saint Phillip Parish)
Ranked #14 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Geologic Formations
Owner description: Limestone arches formed by seawater erosion, this natural landmark is rumored to have been the site of mass suicides of... more » Owner description: Limestone arches formed by seawater erosion, this natural landmark is rumored to have been the site of mass suicides of slaves during slavery times. « less
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Ranked #15 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Geologic Formations; Islands; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas
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Historic Nelson Dockyard (English Harbour)
Ranked #16 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Admiral's House Museum (English Harbour)
Ranked #17 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Museums
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D-Boat (St. John's)
Ranked #18 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Owner description: A must see attraction when visiting Antigua and Barbuda! D-Boat has quickly establishing itself as one of the most desirable... more » Owner description: A must see attraction when visiting Antigua and Barbuda! D-Boat has quickly establishing itself as one of the most desirable locations in Antigua, guarantees a unique and fun day on the ocean aboard a 1974 refurbished 140 ft. oil tanker. Offering a wide range of water activities/water park, excellent food, exotic cocktails, intriguing history and stunning views! « less
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Zemi Art Gallery (St. John's)
Ranked #19 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Nestled in the trendy district of Redcliffe Quay, St. John's, Zemi Art Gallery captures the essence of traditional Antiguan... more » Owner description: Nestled in the trendy district of Redcliffe Quay, St. John's, Zemi Art Gallery captures the essence of traditional Antiguan and Barbudan art with a welcomed fresh approach. « less
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Turner's Beach (Crab Hill)
Ranked #20 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Pillars of Hercules (English Harbour)
Ranked #21 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Geologic Formations
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Ranked #22 of 69 attractions in Antigua
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Long Bay (Saint Phillip Parish)
Ranked #23 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water
Owner description: On the far-eastern coast, you'll find coral reefs in water so shallow that you can actually walk out to them. Along the beach... more » Owner description: On the far-eastern coast, you'll find coral reefs in water so shallow that you can actually walk out to them. Along the beach are the Long Bay Hotel and the rambling Allegro Resort Pineapple Beach. « less
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Fort Barrington (St. John's)
Ranked #24 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Historic Sites
British fort looming dramatically over the shoreline, built in 1779 to protect the British island from the French.
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Ranked #25 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Scenic Drives
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Galleon Beach (English Harbour)
Ranked #26 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Beaches
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Trek Tours Antigua (St. John's)
Ranked #27 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Owner description: We believe that scenery needs to be EXPERIENCED, not seen through a bus window. Join us as we trek to the most scenic and... more » Owner description: We believe that scenery needs to be EXPERIENCED, not seen through a bus window. Join us as we trek to the most scenic and rewarding parts of Antigua. You need not be an athlete to participate, but you need to be interested in experiencing Antigua's incredible scenery in an active manner! We offer trails that challenge you a bit and reward you a lot. « less
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Betty's Hope (St. John's)
Ranked #28 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Historic Sites; Museums
Sugar plantation established in 1674 and preserved as a monument to the slaves whose labor it exploited.
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Ranked #29 of 69 attractions in Antigua
Category: Art Galleries; Lookouts
Soak in some culture at this art gallery featuring the work of Caribbean artists.
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Ranked #30 of 69 attractions in Antigua
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