Tours covering Antigua or multiple destinations

Sit Back Relax- Learn All About Antigua

Island Tours can be both land and sea based. They generally involve getting from different points using a boat minivan or 4x4. Enjoy beach stops and the biggest draws like Nelson's Dockyard and Betty's hope. We would advise these tours as early in your stay as possible to get you into the feel for Antigua. You will learn an awful lot about the history of Antigua and have a lot of fun too.
  • Antigua Historical Sightseeing Tour | Nelsons Dockyard Tour Shirley Heights Tour

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    recommended tour

    Get some stunning views of Antigua's historical English Harbour on this half day tour. Enjoy the dockyard and it's intricate spots such as Copper & Lumber Store, Admiral's Inn, Sailmaker's Loft, Museum and more..there may be some world class yachts in berth too! A very well spent 3.5 hours.

  • Antigua Island Tour

    Antigua Tour Guide

    "We had a fantastic day with Lennox. We experienced the entire island Lennox style. Loved it! Amazing."- Carol N. 21 Jan 2020

    This is an island tour with one of the best guides on the island. This is designed for cruise ship passengers with a guaranteed return to the ship. The tour starts at 9am and finishes at 4pm.Get to see the best parts of Antigua with an air conditioned minivan to guide you through the history and attractions of Antigua.

  • Sunshine Island Beach Tours

    The tour takes in The Old Sugar Factory, English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard, Shirley Heights, the rainforest and Darkwood Beach. So much more than a beach tour! It's an island tour with Rodney's flavour.

  • Creole Cruises | Boat Tour Around Antigua

    This tour takes in many beautiful locations on the island from Jolly Harbour to the North Sound, with lunch at Bird Island.  There are several pickup locations in all the main resorts across the island, included in the price.

  • Tropical Adventures Island Safari 4x4 Discovery Tour

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    This 4x4 vehicle tour takes in some of the key cultural places of interest on the island, from Devil's Bridge to Betty's Hope, with lunch, beverages and admission fees thrown in. This is very popular with cruise ship visitors.

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