Luxury Antigua Vacations - Brownell Travel


Slow things down a bit and enjoy all that Antigua has to offer. Sprawling white sand beaches, coastline as far as the eye can see, and crystal clear water make Antigua a Caribbean getaway well suited for any traveler in need of a little Vitamin Sea!

Things to Do in Antigua

With gorgeous beaches and turquoise water, Antigua is perfect for the traveler who needs sun, sand, and a drink in their hand, but this islandhas so much more than its crystal clear waters. Stop by Nelson’s Dockyard, a national park and cultural heritage site known for its rich history, walk through the public market to take in the local color, or stroll around Shirley Heights at sunset while enjoying the sounds of a steel pan band.

Antigua offers plenty of activities. Tee up at one of Antigua’s many golf courses or spy some of the beautiful birds at Frigate Bird Sanctuary and Great Bird Island. For those who don’t want to venture too far from their lounge chair and umbrella, Antigua is an excellent snorkeling destination and is perfect for seashell hunting.

Best Time to Go to Antigua

December – March is peak season.

April – July is shoulder season.

August – November is hurricane season, and some resorts may close at some point during this time.

Did You Know?

Antigua is known as the land of 365 beaches, one for every day of the year!

Where to Stay in Antigua

Hermitage Bay

Curtain Bluff

Fun Fact

Fun fact: It is illegal to dress in camouflage in Antigua and Barbuda and offenders can face a hefty fine!