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Review of Devil's Bridge

Devil's Bridge
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Island Safari 4x4 Discovery Tour from St John's
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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 March 24, 2010

We were staying in the Verandah hotel so Devil's Bridge was only 10 minute walk. The pictures can't really tell how spectacular the place is. It's not only the bridge itself but the whole scenery including wild donkeys that creates a memorable impression. Well worth a visit!

1  Thank ogbell
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Reviewed January 23, 2010

Previous reviews mentioned how hard it is to find this place. There are no specific signposts to help you!
Follow the Colins Road through Glanvilles and Willikies, until you reach the start of The Verandah Resort and Spa. Take the track that runs behind the resort which is signed up as their goods entrance. Follow that along to the end and you'll find Devils Bridge. There is a parking area.
If the waves are breaking high it can be hard to see why this is called a Bridge. We went a couple of times, once at sunrise when we had the place entirely to ourselves (apart from some donkeys)!
It's worth walking around the headland - rather than just standing in a herd by the cars, as we saw most of the visitors doing - as there is a second place where the waves crash and a really impressive blowhole in the rock.
Great natural attraction on the mainland of the island.

6  Thank miggiBrighton
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Reviewed June 18, 2009

The water is beautiful, the bridge is pretty cool, too. It kinda reminded me of the Blowhole on Oahu.

Thank aurora327
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Reviewed May 9, 2009

Title says it all!!! Where are the signs? If you are on your own, finding anything on Antigua is hit or miss.

3  Thank obaneh
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Reviewed March 27, 2008

wasnt that bothered about going ,just went along with hubby.im really glad idid,amazing and scary,took some cool photos,cant beleive we have been to a excitting place.go if you vist antigua.

Thank margeandparge
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