Antigua and Barbuda

Found in the eastern Caribbean sea, Antigua and Barbuda are an independent Commonwealth country which comprises a part of the Lesser Antilles. The islands were born from a volcanic eruption approximately 30 million years ago. Antigua’s Mount Obama rises to 1,330 feet and is located on western part of the island. Barbuda’s stunning scenery and breath-taking lagoons are surrounded by sandy beaches on the coastline. What more could you wish for?!

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vaccinations for travelling here

vaccinations for travelling here

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Destination Information for Antigua and Barbuda

Along with the beautiful sandy beaches, Antigua and Barbuda exhibit an abundance of wildlife and are home to the world’s largest nesting colony of the Magnificent Frigate Bird. Both islands welcome many tourists wanting to experience the picturesque islands and ensuring a warm welcome and a hospitable stay. This is alongside a wonderful climate, with summer highs of 32º C and trade winds ensuring it remains cool at night.

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