Antigua and Barbuda Sports & Outdoors

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Antigua and Barbuda Sports & Outdoors

  • Sea Kayaking

    SeaKayaking is one of the many non-motorized sports offered to guests for free at Sandals Grande Antigua. All that is required is signing out the Kayack for a block of time and off you go. Make sure to wear a hat and a shirt as the sun is strong and you can burn easily within ten minutes of being on the water.

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  • Hiking in Nelson’s Dockyard National...

    There are five hiking paths in Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, all maintained by The Royal Naval Tot Society of Antigua. In fact, I didn’t know how many of there are until I came back. I discovered four, with one being to the west and three to the east of the bay. It’s quite simple to follow them: Just look out for stones and trees marked with a...

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  • Middle Ground Trail

    …is the only hiking path I discovered in the national park which was on the western side of the bay. The distance of this path is around a mile and goes from Pigeon Beach to Fort Berkeley (or v.v. of course…). It leads you through an arid landscape with an interesting flora, including many of the “Turks’ Head Cactus” and “Cephalocereus nobilis”...

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  • Jones Valley Trail

    ...is the darkest of the hiking pathes in Nelson’s Dockyard National Park. It is also the only one which splits in the middle just to have the parts joined again some hundred meters later. It leads through a forest and a large part of this trail is located in a dry creek. Coming from the Lookout, the path starts right behind the large barracks...

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  • Carpenter Rock Trail

    In my opinion the most interesting of all the trails in the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park and also the most difficult to walk on. It takes you along the coastline with all its cliffs, its plants and also the usual goats. I walked it downhill from the barack ruins close to the “Lookout” to Fort Charlotte, close to Galleon Beach. The path starts...

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  • Lookout Trail

    I don’t know how (and even where exactly...) the Clarence House Trail is, so I can’t give all five hiking trails a ranking. However, among the four I used, Lookout Trail was the less exciting when it comes to terms of landscape. Most of the time you walk through an arid landscape and do some rock-climbing, while a part of this trail goes through a...

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  • Cricket - The National Game

    Shortly before we departed for Antigua our home team England played the West Indies.Best Man at our wedding (Steve) is a cricket fanatic so it only seemed fair that we should take a look at the Antigua ground.I believe that there are scheduled tours of the ground but our wedding co-ordinator told us just to turn up at the ground and have a walk...

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  • Water Sports

    Because the cruise ship passengers that come to Antigua are usually interested in warm water and beaches, the cruise ships are sure to offer a large number of beach activities. (A beach is pictured in photo 5) We don't do beaches, but some of the possibilities on our two trips were:Catamaran Sail: (Photos of various catamarans, 2, 3, and 4)As your...

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  • Water Sports at Rex Halcyon Cove

    Rex Halcyon Cove has a variety of water sports on offer, most of them were free. Please see below for all the activities that we found during our stay here.Kayaking / CanoeingJet SkiingWater SkiingSun Fish SailingSnorkellingThe only activity that required payment was Jet Skiing which was provided by independent operators. Although we didn't try any...

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  • Cricket

    Cricket is a national obsession in Antigua, and the capital, St. John's, is home to one of the West Indies cricket grounds, where many internationals are played. We took and island tour, and out guide took a special detour just for us to show us where Brian Lara made his world record, as well as showing us the homes of many famous cricketers. One...

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Antigua and Barbuda Hotels

  • Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa

    We always celebrate my Birthday with a trip of my choosing and October 2012 was Antigua. We chose to...

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  • Galley Bay Hotel

    Five Islands P.O. Box. 305, Antigua Island, ag

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Verandah Resort & Spa

    Indian Town Rd, Saint Philip, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Cocobay Resort

    Valley Church, Bolans, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Carlisle Bay Antigua

    Old Rd, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Blue Heron By Rex Resorts

    Johnsons Point, Antigua and Barbuda

  • K Club

    Barbuda (Antigua)

  • Inn La Galleria

    This hotel must have been around before all the all-inclusive monsters popped up. It is perched on a...

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  • St. James's Club

    Mamora Bay, Saint Paul, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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