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New Experiences In Antigua & Barbuda

As vaccination rates increase, Antigua and Barbuda continues to see the easing of on-island restrictions; allowing visitors to enjoy some newly re-opened tourism experiences.

New opening hours for all of Antigua and Barbuda’s 365 beaches are from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Water excursions are also now officially open allowing visitors to sail to Antigua’s sister-island Barbuda, for a visit to the Magnificent Frigatebird Sanctuary or drop anchor within reach of a deserted beach.

In Antigua, vacationers can now enjoy kayaking, a circumnavigation cruise, snorkeling and an abundance of available water-based activities.

Land-based excursions continue to operate.

Following a short break, restaurant tables are now set for re-opened dine-in service. Fully vaccinated travellers can immerse themselves in Antigua and Barbuda’s culinary experience in picturesque settings with extraordinary service.

As for nightlife, shortened curfew hours, will allow visitor to spend more time under the stars as businesses open late into the night. Present curfew hours are from 11 p.m. – 5 a.m.

Go to www.visitantiguabarbuda.com for more.

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With progress made in vaccination rates, Covid-19 restrictions are being relaxed in Antigua and Barbuda. (Photo in Barbuda, courtesy Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority)

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