Here at Travelbag we have been arranging package holidays to Antigua for over 30 years. Not only have we built up a second-to-none wealth of knowledge on the best hotels, beaches and attractions, we know where the best beachside cocktail bar is! Our highly trained travel agents are on hand over the phone to offer you the expert advice on the best hotels and flights to suit your needs. So whether you’re looking to laze the day away on a beautiful beach, or pack the camera for a week or two of sightseeing, Travelbag have you covered when you book your 2016/2017 holiday to Antigua.
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Antigua is the place to be to grab your slice of paradise.
Forming a tiny part of the Leeward Islands in the northeast Caribbean, Antigua boasts an array of fine sandy palm-fringed beaches, luxurious hotels, resorts and spas. Most of the island’s activities and attractions are centred in St John's, the island’s vibrant capital city and English harbour. Hotel resorts provide the majority of in-house entertainment for both hotel guests and non-residents. Antigua offers a diverse range of attractions if you fancy taking a break from sunning it up. There are two golf courses, a range of casinos, authentic Caribbean restaurants offering traditional and international cuisine, duty-free shopping in beautiful boutiques, and fascinating public markets selling crafts, fruit and vegetables, clothing and souvenirs.
For those looking for a thrill on their Antigua holiday, there are an assortment of watersports on offer, including windsurfing, waterskiing, beachcombing, surfing, and kite sailing. An absolute must-do activity is snorkelling among the vibrant fish and beautiful coral.
The Halcyon Cove by Rex Resorts offers a good 3 star hotel standard perfect for those looking for a budget getaway.
If you are looking for a luxury 2016/2017 holiday to Antigua, the Blue Waters is located by the best beach on the island and provides 5 star luxury and world-class service.
Those wanting to explore the islands spectacular natural beauty can go enjoy a thrilling helicopter ride, view the still simmering volcano on nearby Montserrat or take a canopy tour and walk amongst the rainforest.
Alternatively, check out the myriad of fantastic entertainment and nightlife on offer; the locals really know how to party, and with a fantastic range of cultures and influences coming together in a clash of cuisine, cocktails and costumes, Antigua at night really is a fantastic experience.
The best time to take a holiday to Antigua is between December and August. The island has a pleasant warm and relatively dry tropical climate throughout the year with an average of eight hours sunshine a day and the temperature averaging in the mid twenties year-round.
The flight time from the UK to Antigua is around nine hours. Travelbag offer a wide range of flights from morning, afternoon and evening take-offs, flying from top UK airports including London Gatwick, Stanstead, Luton, Manchester and Birmingham.
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A selection of our most popular holidays to Antigua is displayed below. If there is nothing suitable, use the search form to find a holiday that matches your requirements, or call our experts and we will be happy to tailor make your dream holiday to Antigua. Remember, for the very best 2016/2017 holidays to Antigua the hottest deals are here at Travelbag.co.uk
Famed for the distinction of having 365 beaches around its modest island coastline – one for each day of the year -, Antigua is the ideal Caribbean holiday escape for those seeking a quiet and romantic haven.
A laidback island that beckons you to take things easy, Antigua and neighbouring Barbuda does this with the lure of spectacular, soft-sand beaches, luxurious oceanfront resorts and deep blue waters that shroud a colourful underwater world of marine life.
Whether you’re admiring the outstanding sunsets from Shirley Heights, heading offshore for a spot of sailing or tracing the footsteps of your colonial ancestors, Antigua is a Caribbean paradise of little compare.
Key Highlights of Antigua
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Due to the average temperature never falling below 25°C the famous 365 beaches are available for your pleasure 365 days a year, meaning that beachwear is an essential part of anyone’s luggage. Remember that a side effect of the constant sunshine is that sun cream will certainly be needed.
The warm temperatures mean that dressing sensibly is integral to your enjoyment. In terms of tops or dresses, make sure they are loose fitting cotton or linen. Loose fitting khaki trousers or shorts are usually preferred too. When thinking about footwear, sandals are an obvious choice for lazy beach days but a pair of sturdy shoes is recommended for those who want to do a bit of island exploration.
Those travelling around hurricane season should remember to pack some precautionary waterproofs.
Finally, do not forget to invest in some insect repellent before travelling so you are armed against those pesky mosquitoes.
Antigua enjoys its warmest weather between May and October with an average temperature of around 28°C. It should be remembered that these months also receive more rainfall with 110mm being the highest average amount in October. This being said Antigua still remains one of the driest islands in the Caribbean.
The island suffers the threat of hurricanes between July and September although it is worth noting that only 6 hurricanes have directly hit the island in the last 50 years.
Despite the average temperatures being slightly lower than other periods of the year the most popular times to travel to Antigua is between December and February. These months retain a respectable average temperature of 25°C and have less rainfall than other times of the year.
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