Discover the island’s past at the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, along with the city’s unique Museum of Marine Art.
The highest point on Antigua, Mt. Obama (originally Boggy Peak) is a symbol of black achievement and the climb to its summit is a must if you want to experience breathtaking views across the island.
Antigua is known for its beautiful natural environment and what better way to explore this unique part of the world than by getting up close with the island’s wildlife.
With 365 beaches, you have one to visit for every day of the year on Antigua, including the iconic Love Beach with its beautiful white sands, Deep Bay and its hilltop ruins.
If you are planning to tour the beaches, drive down fig tree drive, or want to visit a few of the other sites on this list without a tour; get ready for some road trips with a hire car.