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Antigua and Barbuda - Nothing but cool vibes all summer long

Antigua and Barbuda both are island situated in the West Indies America laying between Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean

Antigua and Barbuda - Interesting facts about Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua’s others sandy strips include half moon bay, popular for windsurfing, and Darkwood beach, noted for snorkeling.

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Kruger And Surrounds holidays

Kruger and its surrounding areas embody the essence of South Africa's safari experience. Within its private concessions, visitors are treated to unique opportunities to immerse themselves in this breathtaking landscape. Witness the majestic sight of vast herds gathering around waterholes, observe packs of South African wild dogs, each boasting a distinctive coat, and encounter prides of lions lounging in the shade while their playful cubs frolic in the tall grass. The Kruger is a wilderness beckoning to be explored, promising unforgettable adventures at every turn.

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Antigua and Barbuda boast a tropical climate characterized by warm and dry conditions year-round. During the peak travel period from December to April, daily temperatures typically reach highs of 27 degrees Celsius, while nighttime temperatures cool to a comfortable 22 degrees Celsius, ideal for restful sleep. Even in the warmest months of October to December, with temperatures ranging from 30 to 35 degrees Celsius, refreshing southeast winds help moderate the heat, ensuring a pleasant environment for visitors.

Situated in the northeastern region of South Africa, spanning across the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga, Kruger National Park is bordered by the Limpopo and Crocodile Rivers as well as the Lebombo Mountains. Renowned as one of the largest national parks globally, it offers access through nine gates. Home to not only the Big Five but also a remarkable diversity of large mammal species, Kruger National Park boasts packs of endangered African wild dogs and hosts approximately 500 bird species. While the park itself is a popular destination, its high visitor numbers often result in crowded camps. As an alternative, we recommend exploring the quieter plains of the surrounding game reserves.

Private reserves

For a more intimate and dedicated game-viewing experience, consider staying at one of the private game reserves nearby. Some reserves are separated by boundary fences, while others have no fences, allowing wildlife to freely roam between Kruger and the reserves. Notable options include Lion Sands Game Reserve in Sabi Sand and Thornybush Private Game Reserve.

Food & Drink

In Antigua, dining options are plentiful, ranging from grilled chicken at roadside barbecues to tamarind balls at rustic beach bars and gourmet seafood at exclusive resort restaurants. While Barbuda offers a more limited selection, it still features classic Caribbean dishes. Gastronomic delights often showcase fresh seafood varieties like lobster, red snapper, conch, mahi-mahi, and shrimp. Local cuisine tends to have a spicy flair, with hot sauce commonly used to add an extra kick of flavor.

Embark on morning and evening game drives led by expert safari guides, who will skillfully seek out the Big 5 and Little 5. Private concessions often offer additional activities such as guided walks, night drives, mesmerizing sundowner drinks, bush dinners, and the unique experience of sleeping in a treehouse beneath the stars.

Getting around

There are two primary airports serving Kruger and its surroundings. Kruger Mpumalanga Airport offers flights to and from Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, and Livingstone. Hoedspruit Airport provides connections to Cape Town and Johannesburg. Most camps can be reached within an hour to two hours' drive from these airports, and many lodges have private airstrips for added convenience.


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The food truck serves locally-sourced, sustainable dishes with a twist, featuring single-origin coffee-infused squid and farm-to-table craft beer. Patrons enjoy artisanal creations like PBR-infused leggings and next-level Wes Anderson-inspired delicacies. The ambiance is a blend of vintage VHS aesthetics and modern, eco-conscious vibes, with a nod to DIY ethics and sustainable fashion. It's a haven for vegan fare and ethical indulgence, where every bite tells a story of creativity and conscientious living.


Embracing an eclectic mix of vintage and contemporary, the Etsy shop offers a curated selection of products reflecting ethical values and artistic flair. From retro-inspired wayfarers to organic tofu, each item tells a story of conscious living and creative expression. Explore handmade messenger bags and lo-fi farm-to-table finds, or indulge in a blend of DIY synth PBR and ironic charm. Whether it's artisanal leggings or locally-sourced craft beer, there's something for every discerning taste. Dive into a world where sustainability meets style, and where every purchase supports independent creators and ethical practices.

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St. John’s Antigua

St. John's, the picturesque capital city of Antigua and Barbuda, charms visitors with its blend of colonial cottages and vibrant market stalls brimming with tropical fruits and flowers. Delve into the island's rich history at the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, housed in an eighteenth-century former Court House. St. John's is also renowned for its shopping scene, with duty-free shops aplenty at Heritage Quay and bustling harborside public markets that come alive on Fridays and Saturdays.

Devil’s Bridge

Located along the rugged northeast coast, Indian Town National Park boasts a dramatic vista highlighted by the striking limestone formation known as Devil's Bridge, sculpted over centuries by the relentless ocean waves. During high tide, waves forcefully shoot water through nearby blowholes in the rock formations. The park also provides opportunities for exhilarating hikes and superb birdwatching experiences.

Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

Situated within the historic eighteenth-century Courthouse in St. John's, the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda offers a comprehensive journey through the islands' history, from their geological origins to their political independence in 1981. Visitors can explore exhibits featuring a full-scale model of an Arawak dwelling, along with tools, weaving, pottery, and displays highlighting the diverse ecosystems of the islands.

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Events & Festivals:

February: Super Yacht Cup – Three days of racing.

March/April: Antigua & Barbuda International Kite Festival – Held annually at Devil's Bridge, featuring colorful kites, kite-building workshops, and local food and drink stalls.

18-24 April 2018: Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta – Four days of racing.

28 April-04 May 2018: Antigua Sailing Week – A week of world-class sailing and parties attracting boats from around the Caribbean.

June: Antigua & Barbuda Sports Fishing Tournament – A three-day event at historic Nelson's Dockyard.

22 July-02 August 2018: Antigua Carnival – Ten days of street parties, parades, pageants, dance, music, and food stalls.

December: Antigua Charter Yacht Show – Showcasing the world's finest charter yachts at various marinas. 

Good to know:

Dress code: It's an offence to wear camouflage clothing, reserved for military personnel.

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Climate & Weather

  Day time maximum temperature Night time minimum temperature Average water temperature Average rainfall Average amount of sun hours
January 26°C 21°C 27°C 57mm 8h
February 26°C 21°C 26°C 38mm 8h
March 26°C 22°C 26°C 47mm 8h
April 28°C 23°C 26°C 68mm 8h
May 29°C 25°C 27°C 112mm 8h
June 30°C 26°C 28°C 50mm 8h
July 30°C 26°C 28°C 87mm 8h
August 30°C 26°C 29°C 101mm 8h
September 30°C 25°C 29°C 140mm 7h
October 30°C 25°C 29°C 131mm 7h
November 28°C 25°C 28°C 135mm 7h
December 27°C 23°C 28°C 87mm 7h

Discover the Blue-Ribbon Beaches of Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda, a twin-island nation in the Caribbean, is a beach lover's paradise. With 365 beaches to choose from, you'll find the perfect spot to soak up the sun, swim in crystal-clear waters, or try your hand at water sports like snorkelling, kayaking, or paddleboarding. From the bustling capital of St. John's to the secluded coves of Barbuda, every inch of this island duo is a treasure trove of natural beauty. Take a sailing trip around the islands to explore hidden coves and secluded beaches; visit the iconic Nelson's Dockyard, a historic naval base turned national park; or simply relax on the famous Dickenson Bay Beach, voted one of the world's top 10 beaches by the Travel Channel. Whatever your pleasure, Antigua and Barbuda is a destination that will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Uncover the Rich History and Culture of Antigua and Barbuda

Beyond its stunning beaches, Antigua and Barbuda is steeped in history and culture. Explore the picturesque English Harbour, once a major naval base and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site; visit the Betty's Hope Sugar Plantation Museum to learn about the island's sugarcane heritage; or stroll through the historic streets of St. John's, with its colourful colonial architecture and vibrant markets. And don't miss the vibrant Carnival celebrations, which showcase the island's rich cultural heritage through music, dance, and costumes. Whether you're interested in history, culture, or simply soaking up the sun, Antigua and Barbuda is a destination that will leave you enchanted and inspired.


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