English Harbor

English Harbor is a natural deep-water harbor, in the south of the island.  It was the home of the Royal Navy base of operations during the 18th century and is today home to an assortment of restaurants, nightclubs and some of the largest yachts in the world.

Nelsons Dock Yard

Recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nelson’s Dockyard is the largest of Antigua’s National Parks and is still used today as a working dockyard for numerous yachts and ships. Fully restored to its original splendor, the 18th and 19th century buildings of the Dockyard house modern amenities such as shops, hotels, and marina businesses.

Falmouth Harbor

This is the superyacht capital of the Caribbean. A custom-built dock with big berths allows for yachts up to 475-feet in length and 20-feet draft – yachts with helicopters and submarines on board.

Shirley Heights

Shirley Heights is a restored military lookout and gun battery, with a high point affording superb views of English and Falmouth Harbours. Come Sunday evening, to experience the longest running party in the Caribbean.

Scuba Diving

Come experience Antigua’s beautiful tropical reefs and historic Caribbean shipwrecks. Night dives are available upon request; experience the night life of our reefs and see the difference to a site you have dived during the day. PADI Certified Dive Center for Beginners and Experts.

Antigua Circumnavigation

Choose between three exciting cruises showcasing everything from Antigua’s crystal clear bays and uninhabited islands to its fish-stocked reefs just perfect for snorkeling. Your cruise will also include great music and fun company, and it couldn’t be easier to get on board as you’ll be picked up right on the beach.

Rain Forest Zip Line

The Antigua Canopy Zip-Line is a unique eco-tour for all ages through Antigua’s lush rainforest. Embark on an unforgettable journey high above the trees through the verdant Antiguan Rain Forest.

Prickly Pear

Devils Bridge

At the north-eastern point of Antigua, there is a remote wild area known as Indian Town Point. Devil’s Bridge is a natural arch carved by the sea from soft and hard limestone ledges of the formation, a geological division of the flat north-eastern part of Antigua. A bridge was created when the limestone eroded away by action of Atlantic breakers over countless centuries while becoming a favorite haunt and center point of pirate lore.

Stingray City

Stingray City Antigua Snorkel Adventure will be the highlight of your vacation, and an experience that will live with you forever. The Southern Rays are the brightest rays in the Caribbean, very friendly and gentle. A unique experience of interacting and feeding Stingrays, together with snorkeling amongst magnificent coral reefs and colorful tropical fish.

Ft James Segwey

Travel back in time to 18th century Antigua as you glide around Fort James on a Segway – a modern and motorized form of personal transportation. Zip effortlessly along a paved path as you explore the historical fort with a local guide. You’ll cruise past miles of coastline at a speedy pace before enjoying refreshments and relaxation at the beach.

Mystic Sunset

Antigua is blessed with some of the most majestic and stunning sunsets in the Caribbean, and undoubtedly the best away to experience this natural spectacle is aboard a catamaran at sea.  Upon boarding the Mystic you will be welcomed with a glass of sparkling wine, from the open bar, to sip on as you browse this sleek vessel.   You can lounge on the sun deck or find a cozy little spot for you and that special someone.