Antigua and Barbuda’s variety of activities makes the twin-island Sailing Capital of the Caribbean perfect for adventure-seekers, families or holiday-makers seeking a romantic break or luxury retreat.
Travelers to Antigua and Barbuda in 2013 can enjoy the annual Wadadli Day celebrations on 23 February, perfect for culture-seekers and foodies alike. The open air festival puts on a show of Antigua and Barbuda’s best traditional arts, crafts, food, games, music and entertainment. With specific activities put in place for children, the festival is a fantastic family event providing an opportunity to support the islands traditions and culture.
The island will take centre stage 01-03 March 2013 when Antigua and Barbuda host part of the exceptional Naniki Jazz Safari, a new and unique cultural tourism event with a variety of concerts and music workshops. Naniki has welcomed a variety of world renowned jazz musicians in the past, with 2013 shows scheduled to…
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