Where to next... Antigua

Spotlight on...

Turquoise waters and sandy beach of Antigua Young girl kayaking in the Caribbean Sea  Mr and Mrs Smith hotel in Antigua                  

Where: Antigua - Caribbean

Who: Family of 4 (kids aged 5 and 7)

When: April

They loved it because:

> the steel band on arrival at the airport set the tone for the whole holiday - mega chilled!!

> the beaches were incredible and the kids adored paddling in the clear, quiet shallows

> there was a great array of water sports on offer and it was fab to see our 7 year old master kayaking on her own

What the blogs say:

In Travel Loving Family's guide to Antigua, they highlight the island's 'must see' attractions, including the popular Nelson's Dockyard National Park, a thrilling rib ride around the entire island, snorkeling with stingrays and weekly BBQ parties with contagious steel drum music.

A Modern Mother shares her 16 important things to know before you go to Antigua with kids, focussed on when to travel, what to pack, what to avoid and what to look out for...super practical stuff to know when planning your trip.

Tots too sum Antigua up as the “heart of the Caribbean” and celebrate the many powdery white beaches (all 365 of them), hidden coves and sweeping coastlines as the lure of the island.  

While Mr and Mrs Smith highlight the crystal-clear sea which is crying out for watersport shenanigans such as snorkelling and kayaking... 

We're packing our swimmers right away...



Kat Kitto

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