While the Caribbean may not be as well known as Hawaii, Bali or Australia for surfing, certain spots in the Caribbean are becoming more and more popular every day. After all, those other places are great, but at the end of the day, they don’t quite have the same atmosphere at the Caribbean, now do they? So, for those who would like to hang ten while hanging tan, here is a rundown of the best surfing in the Caribbean.
August is without a doubt one of the busiest months of the year in travel. For North Americans, it is that time of year to squeeze in the last of the summer vacations before school starts and for Europeans, August is the time of the year to leave the hot cities and cool off by the sea.
When it comes to island size, there is no question that Antigua is on the smaller side of things. Luckily for us, that in no way negatively impacts the diversity of places to stay on the island. Continue reading Where to Stay in Antigua For a Sensational Vacation
As we briefly mentioned in one of our previous posts about Antigua, the country is world famous for boasting that they have a beach for every day of the year. The exact number of beautiful beaches may be up for debate, but what isn’t up for argument is the fact that Antigua is home to a myriad of gorgeous beaches. In today’s post, we will tell you which ones are our picks for the best Antigua beaches.
There aren’t many places in the Caribbean that pull off the small island experience quite like Antigua. Quiet, classy, intimate, yet packed to the shores with quintessentially Caribbean things to see and do, Antigua is a must see. In time for your next trip, here is our list of the best sightseeing Antigua has to offer.