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Below are a range of specifically selected excursions offered on the island.
All trips are payable upon departure with Visa or MasterCard.
Days, times and prices may vary, depending on the operator.
Cancellations without adequate notice will result in a charge.
All charges are inclusive of 15% ABST
Tropical Adventures Antigua
A 4x4 off-road land tour adventure. Tours include: the safari adventure, half moon bay and island
The island Safari and half moon bay Tour: US$148.50
The sites visited include Wallings Dam – a tranquil spot in the countryside. Falmouth Harbour – for an incredible view. Enjoy a tasty Caribbean lunch at the Roadhouse Cafe in Newfield Village. The boat cruises past the beauty of isolated Willoughby Bay. The mystique of Half Moon Bay will grab your full attention while you stop for a refreshing swim in the calmer side of this world-famous beach.
Swimming and Snorkelling is optional.
A perfect tour for explorers and people who enjoy taking photographs.
Duration: 6 Hours Approximately
Activity Level: Easy (Off-Road Jeep Ride May Include Bumps. Snorkelling Is Optional)
Ride the waves with offshore costal adventures on the sea tour around the island or to
Mystic II Sunset Cruise tour US$101.25
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.
The mood is romantic and relaxing, music will serenade you as the Mystic cruises through calm blue waters. Watch Antigua’s fabulous coastline glide by; palm trees waving in the cool evening breeze and strips of dazzling white-sandy beaches, all set before rolling green hills. As the golden sun begins it’s decent below the distant horizon you will be overcome by its blissful splendour. This is the perfect opportunity to seal a toast with a kiss. Delicious hors’ doeurves will be
served as the Mystics drifts back to port.
Land and Sea Tour in a catamaran boat and jeep safari
Enjoy the fun of the two packages and combine them. This is a great chance to see Antigua from two very different, yet equally breath-taking classic points.
Your tour of Antigua starts with an exciting 4 x 4 Safari exploring the south side of the country. A guide will show you the beautiful views of Falmouth Harbour and explain the various flora and fauna that you will see on your way through Fig Tree Drive, Antigua’s rain forest. Have your cameras ready as we pass around the beautiful southwest coast, which overlooks the
turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and lead us to Turner’s beach.
From Turner’s Beach you’re off to explore Antigua’s west coast from the sea, aboard the Mystic II Catamaran. Whilst the Mystic rides the waves and the gentle swell, you will feel a tropical breeze blowing your hair and feel a cool spray from the sea on your skin. The atmosphere is one of tranquil relaxation while you bask in the sun, swim, and snorkel in warm waters. Spoil yourself at the open bar and enjoy a delicious bar-b-que meal served by the crew.
Bring with you: Comfortable clothing and shoes, swimsuits, towels, and high-level sunscreen. A camera is a must.
A great tour for those who want to enjoy the best of both worlds Located: Lower Redcliffe Street, St Johns Antigua.
One of the longest established sailing companies in Antigua, the Wadadli Cats fleet of catamarans includes a 66ft. “Spirt of Antigua”.
This 60-mile adventure will take you right around Antigua’s amazing coastline. After picking you up from various points on the west coast we will head up to a reef off the northwest corner of the island where you will be able to snorkel and admire the colourful marine life. Our trip continues along the north coast of Antigua, past Great Bird Island after which for a short while you will experience exciting open ocean sailing. Back within the calm reef protected waters, we will serve you a sumptuous onboard lunch, before stopping over at Green Island for a relaxing beach stop.
The tour takes place 3 days per week – Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and takes approximately 6 hours to enjoy the entire island as well as a stop for a Caribbean style buffet lunch and snorkelling.
US$135 per person
Extreme Boat Charter
For a private charter on our Xtreme boat as this boat can accommodate up to 22 people. They charge for a FULL DAY private tour US$2295 up to 12 people. For "Seclusion" which our newest vessel which accommodates up to 10 persons Max. They have our brand new high end charter boat called Seclusion is also available for US$2970 up to 6 people. This
does not include lunch but does include drinks and snacks.
For a private charter on their eco boat, which accommodates up to 31 persons, a full day private tour US$2295 up to 15 people.
Swim with Stingrays at Stingray City
A short boat ride out from the sting-ray city hub takes you to the flat banks where you can pet and fed stingrays in their natural environment. Your experienced guides provide information on stingrays and the opportunity to snorkel on colourful coral reefs.
Daily tours at 9am, 11am and 1pm, depends on the availability. The tour lasts approximately an hour and 30 min including the boat ride to the park enclosure.
The cost of the tour is US$60 for each person over the age of 4 years old.
Antigua Rainforest Zipline Tours
Located on Fig Tree Drive the tour takes guests through the heart of the rainforest for an adrenaline fuelled agenda. The state of the art equipment and safety is in place while you zip 300ft above the ground.
Prices from US$79.65 for 6 zips per person.
Salty Dogs Adventure/Rentals
Explore the island with a 2 seater off-road automatic buggy along a customised route with friendly guides. Starting in Redcliffe Quay in St Johns the tour heads out of town and onto a off-road track for a scenic view of the Body Pond, down Fig Tree Drive and the white sand costal views along the way.
Scooters are also available to hire for private exploration of the island.
The guided tours are US$ 319 per 2-seater buggy, for a 2.5 hr tour.
3 hours total with time for the paperwork and safety briefing.
The tour begins and ends at Redcliffe Quay, St John's, at the cruise ship piers.
Guests will explore on and off-road Antigua, under lush rainforest canopies, through fields of lemongrass and stopping at the famous Body Pond Dam. Along the way, learn about Antigua’s natural wonders, agriculture, and view scenic lookouts. A stop at the beach for a quick dip rounds out the trip.
All guests need to take their Driver's licence – you will be driving on and off-road.
Owned and managed by a group of PADI Scuba Driving professionals with years of experience. Indigo Divers pick up from Jolly harbour and surrounding properties and drive guests to the sheltered west and south coasts, including Cades Reef, which are around 20 minutes away. Special package and night dives can also be arranged.
The website lists all products and prices which are always up to date with courses.
2 tank dive US$135.
2 tank dive with equipment US$168.75
1 tank dive US$101.25
1 tank dive with equipment US$135
Located in Jolly Harbour, guests would need to join there at 08:30.
Located as a mobile unit at Jabberwock Beach, conditions are suitable for beginners and advanced shredders On-sore wind average 12-18 knots, making it the best and safest place for windsurfing in Antigua. Class sizes range for 1 to 4 persons to ensure personal attention.
2 hours beginners lessons us$121.50 (1 hour instructions and 1 hour use of equipment).
Intermediate/advanced lessons per hour US$81
Bernie’s Snorkelling Antigua
US$81 for one hour of snorkelling. This option includes equipment, photos, water and snacks. A personalized video is available for $15.00US.
US$108 for two hours of snorkelling.
This option takes you to up to The Pillars of Hercules and is a marvellous way of exploring the sea for a longer period.
This option includes Equipment, photos, a personalized video, water and snacks.
Antigua Equestrian Centre, Springhill Riding Club
The Valley Trail and Swim which takes approx. an hour. This trail consists of a ride round the local valley, a wade through the sea followed by a bareback paddle/swim on the horses! There are suitably placed logs to make mounting the horse easier for guests. This trail can be taken at any pace to suit the individuals and is ideal for beginners and novices and those a little more experienced.
You are advised to wear your swimming costume underneath your clothing. Long trousers to protect your legs.
You advise you to wear a suitable footwear, either a trainer or sneaker but not flipflops. They recommend that you bring a towel and you may require a change of clothing too. Hard hats are provided. They also suggest you bring a small bottle of water each or one to share.
Trips to Barbuda
Visit Antigua’s sister island – Barbuda – which rises low on the sea, 27 miles to the North of Antigua.
This island is famous for its crystal water, pink beaches and unique frigate bird sanctuary. Though hurricane Irma hit the island in 2017 it is being re-built and is open for business as usual. You can visit by private boat, the normal Antigua to Barbuda ferry or helicopter. Barbuda Express: The ferry departs daily from the bottom of Long Street, St Johns.
Check-in is 08:30 – returning at 17:00 and takes 90 minutes one way.
Tel: 268 560-7989
Tickets for the ferry are EC$195 for one person round-trip. Schedule and tickets should be pre-booked and must be paid by guests directly to the ferry company.
There is an extra charge for Bird Sanctuary Entrance Fee - US$5 (Adults) and US$2 (Children) payable in cash when taking the Tour.
Restaurants on Barbuda:
Artcafe – Tel: (268) 734-1410
Uncles Roddy’s Beach Bar & Grill- Tel: (268) 722-3050
Nobu: (268) 720-6628
Antigua has two 18-hole courses on the island, one of the west coast and a championship course on
the north of St. Johns.
1) Cedar Valley Golf Club
18-hole Championship course located 3 miles from St. Johns. A par 70, 6,157 yard course
2) Jolly Harbour Golf Club
Established par, 71, 5,587 yard 18 hole course, lying adjacent to the Jolly Harbour marina.
Set in a lush tropical parkland, designed but leading golf course architect Karl Litton of Florida.
Antigua has a wide variety of restaurants, one to suit everyone’s tastes, from gourmet venues to small beachfront restaurants.
This charming and long-established restaurant delivers a heartfelt welcome and French haute cuisine. The owner and chef, Patrick Gauducheau, has been featured of discovery channels “Great Chefs of the Worlds”. Le Bistro was also listed as one of the top 50 restaurant in the Caribbean.
Hodges Bay, reservations recommended.
A unique gourmet deli-café, popular with the locals, with superb service and dishes. A combination of a fresh sushi bar, make your own salad bar and gourmet pizzas.
Royal Palm Place, Friars Gill Road.
Local food with a a DJ who plays on the weekend in the garden.
Overlooking the sea, Asian-inspired and high end.
French Riveria style
Admirals Inn Pillars restaurant
While exploring Nelson’s dockyard make sure you try the outdoor waterfront terrace with a cocktail and lunch. Popular dishes include the tuna tartare and catch of the day. Wednesday is Caribbean night and Saturday special menus from around the world.
Ana’s on the Beach Restaurant and Art Gallery.
Located in Dickinson Bay the hot pink doors are a beacon of style and gourmand’s delight. The team covers a variety of dishes from local to British, Spanish, and Italian. The infinity Bar on the water’s edge is perfect for sipping cocktails. Ana’s has an electric section of art which is tastefully suited to the charm of the restaurant. Open daily 11-11
Shirley Heights Lookout
Enjoy lunch, dinner or drinks at this magnificent 18th century restored building with panoramic views of Nelsons Dockyard and Falmouth. The Sunday Barbecue Party is in its 37th year with a steelband, cool reggae vibes and delicious food.
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