Tourism in Antigua and Barbuda
There are over 350 attractive white sandy beaches on the islands and an ideal climate and water temperature throughout the year. Antigua and Barbuda is framed by spectacular coral reefs and possesses a fascinating underwater world which invites snorkelling and scuba-diving. Some of the numerous hotels and resorts offer activities such as waterskiing or sailing. In the interior of the main island, Antigua’s rainforest provides diverse flora and fauna as well as an exciting high wire course. The island of Barbuda caters for tourists who prefer less developed holiday surroundings with deserted beaches and an untouched countryside abounding in wildlife. The towns of Antigua and Barbuda offer many tourist attractions like museums and cathedrals. An array of restaurants and shops are available in St John’s and other Antiguan municipalities.