The natural wonder of Devils Bridge and the restored Historical Nelsons Dockyard are two of the many interesting sites during this tour. Driving through the villages on the southern side of the island which is home to the Antigua Black Pineapple (dubbed the sweetest in the world) is a bonus while on tour.
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Stop At: Shirley Heights, English Harbour Antigua
Perched high above English Harbor, the view from Shirley Heights is simply amazing. If offers a breathtaking view of the yachts moored in the harbor below. Named after Governor Thomas Shirley who fortified the harbor in 1781. On a clear day, neighboring islands can be seen from this vantage point.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Nelson's Dockyard, St. John's, English Harbour Antigua
Nelsons Dockyard, named after Admiral Horatio Nelson, a British naval officer who lived in this Royal Navy Dockyard between 1784 to 1787. Fully restored to its original splendor, the 18th /19th Century buildings of the Dockyard is home to any modern amenities. Trained tour guides on hand to enlighten you on the history of the Dockyard
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Devil's Bridge, Willikies Antigua
A natural phenomenon formed by thousands of years of erosion as the Atlantic waves crashed against the rocks creating Devils Bridge. This bridge is filled with geysers and blowholes. It is said that many enslaved Africans committed suicide in their final effort to escape the horrors of slavery. A must see while visiting Antigua.
Duration: 10 minutes