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“Beautiful but not the best thing to do in Antigua for me”
Review of Devil's Bridge

Devil's Bridge
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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.
Reviewed November 1, 2011

We had a hire car and found this place really easy using the map provided. The road there, like most roads, is full of pot holes, so a 4x4 is best.

When you arrive drive to the very far end, as far as you can drive. With the car facing the sea the blow hole is on your right hand side. There are local women parked up selling home made crafts and other souvenirs who are more than happy to tell you where best to stand. There is no shade at all so take the sun screen.

It's nice just sitting to the side of it, relaxing, watching the waves bash against it. It is beautiful but for me personally there are more beautiful things on the island. It's definitely worth a visit though

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"waves crashing"
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"natural wonder"
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"commit suicide"
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"blow hole"
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"worth a visit"
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"their lives"
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"island tour"
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"verandah resort"
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"views are amazing"
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Reviewed September 19, 2011

We booked the Jeep Safari tour that went through safari, devils bridge, bettys hope, stingray city, etc and the whole trip was amazing! Devils Bridge is definitely worth experiencing. Our wonderful tour guide, Davy explained a lot to us, and we spent extra time asking more questions which he was happy to answer. Natural bridge is amazing, views are gorgeous!

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Reviewed September 5, 2011

After a long, bumpy ride on an unpaved road, all of a sudden the road opened up to the ocean and breath taking views and rock formations. Free and worth the drive!

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Reviewed August 19, 2011

If you're not staying in a local hotel then get in your car/taxi and drive to the Devil's Bridge. It is quite an impressive natural bridge, about 15m wide that you can walk across - possibly getting soaked in the process. The place is free and the surrounding beach and coastline is very striking. The approach road is not tarmaced but is passable by a standard car. Stand and look for an hour, or do some swimming in the nearby bays for a couple of hours.

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Reviewed March 22, 2011

We had no trouble finding this place because we had a good map & good driving instructions. There are signs along the major roadways to direct you to the area, but I don't recall a sign directing one to turn off the main road. If you're not a good map reader, than you might be driving around a bit before finding it. Once there, it looks similar to the eastern coastlines of many other Caribbean islands, but it's still spectacular to watch the wave actions & feel the salt spray. The ocean was not particularly rough the day we visited, so there was no great action with the "blowholes", but the bridge itself is unique to any other Caribbean natural bridge we've seen. There are no barriers to prohibit one from walking across the bridge, but out of respect for the environment, no one tried during our time there. If you're spending several days on the island, this is worth taking the trip because there are several other interesting sights along the way if you take an all-day island tour. This would be on my recommended list of "Top 5 Things to See & Do on Antigua."

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