There’s a lot more to Antigua than white sandy beaches, clear turquoise water, and exotic island cuisine.
It’s a small island rich with history and exploring its historical sites is such a rewarding experience. Antigua’s neighbors are St. Kitts, Montserrat, and it’s sister island, Barbuda. So grab your backpack, notepad, and camera and immerse yourself in a wonderland of historical gems. What’s great about the islands is that a lot of its history is preserved. You don’t have to dig too deep to get to the goods.
A trip to the Museum of Antigua gives you a nice overview of some of what the island has to offer. If you love history like me, I urge you to take a trip to Antigua and stand in awe at the old iron cannons, stone forts, and the sugar mills.
I’m excited to say that my first paid article was just published by Travelicious.world. So if you really want to know why this island is so special, feel free to check it out now:
Discover some of Antigua’s best kept secrets.