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Hiking in Antigua and Barbuda

Enjoy outstanding natural wonders while Caribbean climbing

Dreamlike beaches line the coast of Antigua and Barbuda, which is packed with outstanding natural scenery and thrilling hiking routes that pass through rugged and wild features of the Caribbean island nation. Visit during the milder months between December and May for ideal hiking conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Antigua and Barbuda

The islands that make up the nation are stashed with rich natural wonders. Natural limestone archways, incredible cave labyrinths, and wild highlands, just to point towards a few of them. Hiking these lands provide beautiful journeys lined with palm trees and tropical scenery, as well as plenty of wildlife such as deer and turtles.


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East Caribbean dollar

Best time to visit

Visit during the milder months between December and May for ideal hiking conditions

What’s the weather like?

The country receives a a warm climate with an average temperature of 27 degrees Celsius, with the wet season from September to November

More info about Hiking in Antigua and Barbuda:

Located in the West Indies between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, he island state of Antigua and Barbuda consists of two main islands and a collection of smaller ones. Its capital is St John’s, a port city and capital, with a population of just over 20,000 people. The low-lying islands consist of limestone formations of volcanoes, with its highest point being the remnant of a volcanic crater at 402 meters

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