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Holiday at Antigua

The climate here during daytime is fairly consistent throughout the whole year, ranging between 80-85F, (27-31C) any edge taking off by the refreshing trade-wind breeze. Rainfall is lower here than in most of the Caribbean underlining the island’s appeal as a year-round destination. The drier months are November through to April and the slightly rainier season occurs in between May to October so, plan your Antigua trip accordingly.

Information About Antigua Geography

Antigua's coastline curves into a multitude of coves and harbors (they were once volcanic craters) and there are more than 365 beaches of fine white sand, fringed with palms The island's highest point is Boggy Peak (402m/1,318ft) and its capital is St John's. During your tour to this place you can experience the varied landscape and geography of the place that leaves you mesmerized.

Information About Antigua Location

To the south are Montserrat and Guadaloupe, and to the north and west are Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts, and St. Martin. It is the largest among other islands here and is about 14 miles long and 11 miles wide, encompassing 108 square miles. So, board your Antigua flights and experience the astounding beach travel.

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