Experience two of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean at your own pace as you embark on an exciting journey.
The first stop of our journey will be Antigua, located in the heart of the Lesser Antilles, famous for its 365 paradisiacal beaches, its amazing landscapes, cheerful colonial buildings and its numerous sugar cane plantations.
In the course of our journey, we will also discover Barbados Island, a small paradise filled with paradisiacal white sand beaches and transparent water, coral reefs, magnificent hotel facilities, delicious cuisine, great rum and the best of environments.
The island of Antigua is a fascinating destination full of colors, sounds and ethnic groups with African origins who mix their traditions with the customs of the British Empire. There are a lot of beautiful beaches on this island, as well as magnificent hotel facilities and leisure infrastructures. Relaxation and fun are guaranteed to be found here.
It would be a great idea to take advantage of the opportunity to practice all sorts of water sports on some of the Caribbean’s 365 beaches and live unforgettable experiences in one of the most beautiful corners of the world. It will be our pleasure to introduce you to Barbados, an idyllic island in the Lesser Antilles that is 34 kilometers in length and 22 kilometers in width.
If you wish to bathe on the most famous beaches of this country, such as Crane Beach, Brandon’s Beach, Brighton, Accra or Sandy Beach, you can do so in a variety of locations with white sand and turquoise waters.
Don’t forget to visit unique places, such as Harrison’s Cave, the capital of Barbados, which has its famous Trafalgar Square and a historic area called Careenage that is worth a visit. Are you ready to reserve your seat right now? What are you waiting for?
The Caribbean, and specifically the island of Antigua, can boast that they have a beach for every day of the year, with the exception of leap years when they have to repeat one of the beaches.
A place like Antigua has an exceptional climate, where it is possible to bathe in the sea for 12 months of the year and enjoy the outdoors all year round. It should also be noted that the number of rocky coves, inlets, and sandbanks that the island has (together with those of neighboring Barbuda) amounts to just 365, which would eventually make it possible for the islander to enjoy a different beach for every day of the year.
As a matter of fact, one of the main attractions of Antigua is its beaches, which come in all sizes, shapes, and types. Antigua is a circular island that has numerous geographical accidents that facilitate entrances, coves, sandbanks and points that create, model and isolate a large number of beaches, in part because it is a fairly circular island with many geographical accidents.
Additionally, several coral reefs surround its wide bays, which also makes it a perfect destination for diving lovers since it is surrounded by coral reefs. Throughout this island, all of its beaches are excellent, and the sea surrounding it is teeming with all kinds of crustaceans and tropical fish.
A good number of resorts and hotels are located very close to the beach, where guests can enjoy fresh coconut or pineapple juices to refresh themselves after a long day at the beach. There is nothing like the aged and white rum from Antigua if you are looking for something stronger.
With its blue and calm waters, Darkwood beach will provide you with an incredible view, perfect for diving; we are also able to enjoy a multitude of bars and restaurants that are all located in the same vicinity. Fugitiva beach is surrounded by white sand and is ideal for relaxing, as well as having a multitude of bars and restaurants to choose from. Lastly, La Cita beach is very quiet if we are looking for quiet times.
On this stunning island, you will find coastal paths that surround the cliffs of Carpenter’s Rock and a section of the coastline known as Devil’s Bridge, which is rumored to have been the place where some slaves allegedly committed suicide. Additionally, the diving and snorkeling areas are well known throughout the Stoney Ground, Deep Sandy and Dog Island Marine Parks, where not only do you get to see coral caves and canyons, but you can also see wrecks of Spanish galleons from the 18th century as well as wrecks from the 19th century.
Almost all of these wrecks have become artificial reefs, where a wide variety of marine species can be found, such as rays, octopuses, lobsters, turtles, and fish of all colors and sizes.
In between drinks, one can relax and enjoy this paradise of beaches with transparent waters and fine white sand, spring weather and a contagious rhythm that encourages dancing and enjoying the party and the good atmosphere with the friendly locals.
In Barbados, rum is much more than just a drink, it is a way of life, it forms an integral part of the identity of the people who descend from the African slaves who arrived in paradise in order to work in the sugar cane fields and orchards that are located next to the immense jungles that cover most of the island.
It would be best if you could take a guided tour of a legendary and century-old distillery in which this mythical drink can be discovered, along with a tasting, and then explore all the secrets of this drink. Some of these renowned distilleries range from St. Nicholas Abbey, Mount Gay and Foursquare Rum Distillery. There is no doubt that the experience is worth it.