Your knowledgeable tour guide entertains and enlightens you on Antigua’s past and present. This extensive sightseeing tour visits the following sites: Devil’s Bridge, Blockhouse, Shirley Heights, Nelson Dockyard, Lunch in English Harbour, Fig Tree Drive, West Coast for beach break, and much more!
We pick you up at the cruise terminal or your hotel’s reception!
Fig Tree Drive
Caribbean Sea on the West Coast
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Stop At: Devil's Bridge, Willikies Antigua
The Devil’s Bridge is a remarkable example of sea-water erosion. Geological, Devil's Bridge is a natural arch carved by the sea from soft and hard limestone ledges of the Antigua formation, a geological division of the flat north-eastern part of Antigua.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Nelson's Dockyard, St. John's, English Harbour Antigua
Nelson’s Dockyard is the largest of Antigua’s National Parks and is still used today as a working dockyard for numerous yachts and ships. Fully restored to its original splendor, the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century buildings of the Dockyard house modern amenities such as shops, hotels, and marina businesses.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: English Harbour, English Harbour, Saint Paul Parish, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
Lovely waterfront restaurant with alfresco dining on the harbour side. The menu will satisfy most tasters.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Shirley Heights, English Harbour Antigua
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Fig Tree Drive, Central Antigua Antigua
Fig Tree Drive runs through a green area of Antigua, past rainforests and massive banana trees (locals like to call figs). Roadside vendors sell local fruits , so don't pass by without asking them for some mango or black pineapple. Along the way you will pass by the ziplines and yes , look for a few beaches at end of it!!
Stop At: Darkwood Beach, Antigua
Darkwood offers some of the most iridescent seas and white beaches on the island, set on a backdrop of hilltops and tropical forestry; the views are both panoramic and spectacular also on a clear day, you can see Montserrat. Being one of the longest stretches of beach there is ample space to take it all in and with warm, alluring sea lapping up on pristine sands, there is plenty of reasons to visit!
Duration: 40 minutes