Antigua and Barbuda Weddings
Antigua is a typical modern-day Caribbean island where tourism dominates the local economy because the island has few natural resources. But, those resources that protected naval fleets in the island's history now provide secluded beaches and a nearly unbroken wall of coral reef that attracts snorkelers and scuba divers from all over the world. It is the largest of the English-speaking Leeward islands, and offers miles of secluded, powdery soft beaches.
Barbuda is a much flatter island that does not share its sister island's tourism infrastructure. It is home to one of the region's most significant bird sanctuaries.
Annual rainfall is not significant, making Antiqua and Barbuda the sunniest of the Eastern Caribbean Islands. They are located north of Montserrat and Guadaloupe and east of Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Bart's and St. Martin. It boasts low humidity year-round (except September) together with warm, steady winds.
What makes these islands perfect for a Caribbean wedding is the great variety of activities available for those couples getting married or honeymooning on one of the islands, or visiting both during their stay. Guests will also be delighted in all there is for them to see and do.
Among the many activities and excursions available are the national sport of Cricket, Hiking, Birdwatching, Tennis, Golf, Hunting, Biking, Boating, Diving/Snorkeling, Fishing, Swimming with Stingrays, Sailing Cruises, Windsurfing, Eco Tours, and a Zip Line Canopy Tour.
Particularly on Antigua, there is an abundance and wide variety of resorts, hotels and boutique accommodations to meet the needs of every couple planning a Caribbean wedding or honeymoon on the island.
Call one of our Caribbean Specialists to assist you in deciding on the right island and resort for you and your partner, the activities you would like to participate in, and which Caribbean wedding resorts will be available to your guests so they have a choice depending on their budgets and length of stay desired.
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