Antigua and Barbuda From Our Xpertz
The wonder of Antigua, and especially its astonishingly undeveloped sister island, Barbuda, is that you can still play Robinson Crusoe here. It's famous for its 365 sensuous beaches, "one for every day of the year," as locals love saying, though when the island was first developed for tourism, the unofficial count was 52 ("one for every weekend"). Either way, even longtime residents haven't combed every stretch of sand.
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On this tour, you have the opportunity to visit some of the most interesting sites such as Devil's Bridge, the Rain Forest as well as seeing the beauty of the Island while driving through some quaint villages, enroute to Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, home of the famous English Harbour, and named after Horatio Nelson who served in Antiqua in the 1700s. <br><br>This tour is unique in that it gives a first hand knowledge of the Island after visiting the Interpretation Center (if opened) where one can see and hear the history of Antigua & Barbuda.
It is TriFlexcursion not a triathlon. Burn some calories, sightsee, jump in the beautiful Fort James beach, explore, create memories! No tour like TriFlex in the Caribbean! We go at your pace, an activity everyone can enjoy.
Drive your own sea scooter while exploring incredible world of corals and abundant marine animals on a snorkeling tour of the waters around Galleon Beach and the rock formation known as The Pillars of Hercules. Propelled by a handy sea scooter, enjoy a relaxing snorkeling experience as you marvel at the life under the surface. Following your expert guide, discover the incredible variety of marine life that inhabits the harbor at Galleon Beach. As your sea scooter propels you through the water, eliminating the need to swim, you expend less energy than you would on a regular snorkeling expedition, giving you the freedom to simply focus on the aquatic wonderland all around you. Your guide points out the many species you encounter, including sea turtles, rays, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, conch, hermit crabs, and a rainbow variety of tropical fish. Make this investment into your vacation today, and reap the reward of a great experience, come, let us help you create memories.
Please note that this tour has been selected by TripAdvisor and Viator to take part in their Dynamic Pricing experiment so that the final price that you pay may be different to the advertised price. Please note that this has nothing to do with the management of Antigua Reef Riders and we apologise for any confusion that their policy may cause. <br><br>Captain your own 10 foot 2 seater inflatable motorboat Reef Rider as you and your friend explore the beautiful west coast of Antigua out to the stunning Cades Reef. Put on your snorkel, mask and fins (provided) and dive into the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. Our boats are small enough to moor inside the reef lagoon to get you closer to the amazing marine life including stingrays, lobster, parrot-fish, surgeon-fish and wrasse, as well as the beautiful coral reef. Depending upon the time of day you may even see a turtle swimming in the lagoon!
This tour is fully customizable to meet each individual's personal interest. This tour includes lunch and a beach stop at one of our beautiful white sand beaches.
Prefer to tour alone and not have lunch? Then this should be your choice. Experience Antigua in privacy and comfort in 4-5 hours and enjoy beach views, get a glimpse into our history and culture and enjoy local rum and our national fruit, the black pineapple. A stop for an opportunity to swim or snorkel or just bury your feet in the powder white sand is also included. Be sure to bring your swim wear and your camera to capture the unforgettable moments.
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