Antigua Hotels & Resorts |

Antigua’s beachfront hotels range from small and intimate retreats, where the staff greet you by name, to larger more lively resorts with plenty of dining options and activities.

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Antiguan Cooking Class

Immerse yourself in the food and culture of the Caribbean with a laidback cooking class in a stunningly located private home. Under the expert care of chef Nicole Dennis — whose house it is — you’ll learn all about the region’s cuisine, its history and the ingredients that are used to make its best-loved dishes. Trying not to get too distracted by the breathtaking views out over the shimmering sea, you’ll learn how to create gastronomic masterpieces with locally farmed produce and herbs along with a special blend of spices, highlighting their health values, to create an extraordinary meal. You’ll prepare a two-course lunch, before sitting down to enjoy your culinary creations and your own, personally made rum punch. It’s a delightful way to spend a morning that will particularly appeal to honeymooners, couples and groups of friends.

• Duration: half day
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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The class operates with between six to 12 participants.

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History & Culture of Antigua

Get under the skin of Antigua on a fascinating day exploring some of its most scenic spots on foot and by kayak and discovering the rich history and culture that surrounds them. The adventure starts with a gentle paddle through a mangrove lagoon to a beautiful secluded beach, learning about everything from how they’re formed to their importance to wildlife of all kinds as you glide along. All kinds of tropical fish, crabs, jellyfish, sea birds and animals make their home in this important coastal environment, while others use it as a nursery, so you’re sure to spot some local wildlife on your eco-adventure. Before enjoying a sumptuous Caribbean lunch on the beach, you’ll work up an appetite by hiking to Goat Head for breathtaking panoramic views of the south coast of Antigua and the neighbouring islands.

• Duration: 6 hours
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

Good to know
The trip runs with a minimum of six and a maximum of 36 people.

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Antigua Your Way By RIB

Zip along the west coast of Antigua on an exhilarating ocean-going adventure. After being introduced to your Reef Rider, a reassuringly stable 11ft-long RIB that seats two, you’ll rev up the 25hp outboard engine and head off with your guide on a seven-mile trip along the stunning Antiguan coastline. Along the way, you’ll pass some of the island’s best beaches, including Ffryes, Darwood and Turners, and perhaps spot the occasional sea turtle or one of the eight different types of stingray that call these crystal-clear waters home. Your ultimate destination is the glorious Cades Reef, a protected area that’s part of the National Marine Reserve and one of the best snorkelling spots in Antigua. As the Reef Riders are small enough to moor inside the lagoon, you’ll have the maximum time possible to gaze down in wonder on this vibrant underwater world where colourful parrotfish, blue tang and a host of other marine creatures dart and glide among the corals.

• Duration: 2½ hours
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

Good to know
The minimum age for passengers is five years old; drivers should be over 18. Due to the physical nature of the tour, it is not recommended for pregnant women or those with back problems.

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