|St. John's||C$ 469|
|Jolly Harbour||C$ 469|
|English Harbour||C$ 469|
|Johnsons Point||C$ 469|
|Old Road||C$ 469|
|Cedar Grove||C$ 469|
|Five Islands Village||C$ 469|
With sunshine in plentiful supply and as many beaches as there days in the year, Antigua makes no secret of its top attractions: surf, sand and sun. Or sun, surf and sand. Or sand … you get the idea. Visitors arriving on cheap flights to Antigua land in St. John, the island’s capital and one of the largest ports in the Caribbean that is also a regular port of call for cruise ships plying the local routes.
It is a lively city that provides visitors with a break from the endless supply of sun, surf and sand. In addition to abundant restaurants and a vibrant shopping scene, St. John’s also features a farmer’s market while the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, housed in the colonial Court House built in the 18th, boasts a collection of local artifacts dating as far back as 35 AD.
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Antigua and Barbuda have a very pleasant climate ranging between 24 C in the winter and 30 C in the summer. Humidity is low and daily showers are expected in the rainy season, which lasts only from mid-September to November. Be aware of the weather forecast during the hurricane season from June to September.
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