Latest Holiday News and Updates in Antigua & Barbuda
Sport events, music festivals, regattas, live entertainment … there’s always something happening in Antigua, and always something else just around the corner, from Antigua Sailing Week, to Barbuda's Caribana, Antigua's Carnival, to Antigua Independence food fairs and the latest news and accomodation offers from Antigua hotels.
Take a look below for a flavour of the news on Antigua and Barbuda right now.
Use the links to choose which events you might wish to take in on your Antigua holiday.
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Visit Antigua and Barbuda for the perfect kid-friendly family holiday
To see the coastline without having to do any of the hard work, take the family out on a catamaran tour of Antigua where the crew can point out all the notable sights including Devil’s Bridge, a natural limestone arch. Or, play pirates with the kids and set sail to Deep Bay on the Black Swan with ‘Pirates of Antigua’.
Kitesurfing Festival launches at Nonsuch Bay in Antigua this May
Ride Antigua - a four week kitesurfing festival launches in Antigua this May and June. It will be the first event of its kind in Antigua and will offer both beginners and experienced kitesurfers the chance to ride with Ozone pro surfer and Antiguan resident Jake Kelsick and improve their skills in some of the best kitesurfing waters in the world.
Save Money with a Destination Wedding in Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua’s luxurious hotels are often the first stop for couples looking to combine their wedding ceremonies with their honeymoons. With private jetties, hilltop gazebos, beachfront cottages and even private helicopter rides to secluded offshore islands there is something for everyone when visiting Antigua & Barbuda.
Sailing Holidays at Sandals Grande, Antigua
Sandals have partnered with Ondeck Sailing to offer Sailing Holidays at Sandals Luxury Included Resorts
Races, Challenges and Rum Parties in Antigua's Action Packed Sailing Calendar 2013
Antigua and Barbuda will cater for sailing enthusiasts of all ages and capabilities in 2013. The Sailing Capital of the Caribbean offers a variety of opportunities to get involved, from lessons for complete novices right up to the chance to witness some of the world’s finest yachtsmen participate in races across the Caribbean.
What's on in Antigua and Barbuda in early 2013
Antigua and Barbuda’s variety of activities makes the twin-island Sailing Capital of the Caribbean perfect for activity or family holidays, a romantic break or a luxury retreat. Antigua, known as the Sailing Capital of the Caribbean, will host Antigua Sailing Week, one of the premier sailing events in the world, from 27 April to 03 May 2013.
Nonsuch Food and Wine Festival 2012
Nonsuch Bay celebrates Caribbean food and wines of the world in a three week long festival starting 15th November.