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A trip to Antigua should be on everyone's bucket list, along with a stay in a Caribbean Honeymoon Beachfront Butler Suite at the Sandals Grande Antigua by Sandals Resorts.
Suites feature breathtaking views of Dickenson Bay, a four-poster king size bed, fully stocked bar and whirlpool tub among other amenities, but best of all they offer the services of a personal butler. Providing you can tear yourself away from the luxury of your room, Antigua also offers a host of activities for visitors to enjoy.
Among the top things to see and do are:
Take a speedboat out to a shallow pool where hundreds of Southern Rays live. Known as the "puppies of the sea," these rays are gentle and friendly. Visitors can interact with and feed these stingrays and then snorkel along a stunning coral reef, where they can spot some of the Caribbean's most beautiful fish. This experience will make for a fish story that just keeps getting better.
Fly Through the Air
Tired of relaxing on the beach? Then get the thrill of a lifetime as you soar above the rainforest on a zipline canopy tour. Suspension bridges, an obstacle course and more can make for a day of non-stop excitement.
Over the eons, waves crashing into the limestone reef have created a natural bridge. As the story goes, during the days of slavery, slaves would plunge to their deaths from the top of Devil's Bridge. Today, visitors can marvel at this natural wonder and watch as sea water blasts from the blowholes that surround the bridge when the tides and weather are just right.
Take a Hike
Antigua offers a variety of great hiking experiences. Follow the path up to Fort Berkeley, once a vital part of Antigua's defense and now a lovely spot from which to take in harbor views and watch the yachts sail by. Nature lovers will enjoy the climb to the Pillars of Hercules, rock pillars formed over thousands of years by the crashing waves.
St. John's Morning Market
You might want to curb your Friday night partying so you can get up bright and early Saturday morning and hit up the Saturday Morning Market in St. John's. Local vendors come to Market Street each Saturday to sell a variety of wares, from souvenirs and crafts to fresh spices and produce. Black pineapple, anyone?
Kristina Rundquist is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with more than 14 years experience working within the travel industry.
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