Please Note:

- The wearing of camouflage or military apparel is illegal in Antigua and clothing will be confiscated and persons charged accordingly.

- The departure tax payable by tourists when leaving Antigua is US$ 28.00 or EC$ 70.00.


Hotels and Resorts in Antigua

Antigua was one of the most important British colonies in the Caribbean. This magnificent coral-ringed island has since become a much-loved destination where travelers often return for its natural beauty. Antigua is the island of 365 beaches – a beach for every day of the year. The secluded white beaches beckon you, whether you’re snorkeling, waterskiing, sailing or just soaking up the sun.

Hotels and Resorts in Antigua
  Carlisle Bay All-Inclusive Available
  Curtain Bluff Resort All-Inclusive
  Hermitage Bay All-Inclusive
  Jumby Bay Island All-Inclusive
  The Inn at English Harbour Boutique
  Galley Bay Resort & Spa All-Inclusive
  Sugar Ridge Resort Limited All-Inclusive, Boutique
  Blue Waters Resort & Spa All-Inclusive Available
  South Point Antigua All-Inclusive Available, Boutique
  Cocobay Resort All-Inclusive, Boutique
  Cocos Hotel All Inclusive Boutique
  Hodges Bay Resort & Spa by Elegant Hotels
  Keyonna Beach Resort All-Inclusive, Boutique
  Nonsuch Bay Resort
  St. James's Club & Villas All-Inclusive Available
  The Verandah Resort & Spa All-Inclusive Available
  Jolly Beach Resort & Spa All-Inclusive
  Pineapple Beach Club Antigua All-Inclusive, Adults Only
 

Fun Fact: Despite having a small population, Antigua has produced some of the world's best cricketers, and many still live there. For those who prefer their sports to be less strenuous and serious, however, Antigua also hosts crab-racing contests once a week.