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For many of us, Easter can't come soon enough this year – a chance for some well-deserved time off, and hopefully the long-awaited start of spring. If you're taking the opportunity to make a break for the sun, we've got the lowdown on the some of the best things to do in our hottest destinations.

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Food in Antigua: A Culinary Caribbean Tour

by SarahWoods November - last edited November

Oil Down Stew | Food in Antigua

With its aromatic farmers markets, tropical fruit vendors, sizzling food joints, fine seafood and delectable fusion flavours that mix Creole-Caribbean and European flavours, Antigua is the perfect isle for a gastronomic splurge.

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The Best Holistic Retreats in the Caribbean

by SarahWoods October - last edited October

The Best Holistic Retreats in the Caribbean

Holistic wellbeing is at the heart of good health in the Caribbean, where boot camp austerity and deprivation are an alien concept and the goal is to feel serene. Here are a few of our favourite activities and retreats in the Caribbean...

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Frigate Flock | Antigua

Captain Jerome loves his job. Really loves it, as it combines two of his favourite things; boating and the birds of Antigua. Every day, unless the weather has thrown a rare wobbly, he ferries visitors out for the 45-minute ride to Antigua and Barbuda’s famous frigate bird sanctuary.

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The Old Man And The Sea: Deep Sea Fishing in Antigua

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited February 2013 by Moderator

Deep Sea Fishing in AntiguaIt’s hard not to crave some time on the open waters when you end up staring at them from the beautiful beaches of Antigua for most of every day, and thankfully, there is no shortage of opportunity to do just that.

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Tips from 35,000 Feet: Antigua

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited February 2013 by Moderator

Antigua-shutterstock_Olga-S.-Andreeva-edited.jpgAntigua is best known for its beaches, of which it has exactly 365, one for every day of the year. With this in mind, when we visit this beautiful Caribbean island, we think it’s only fitting that we stay at The Verandah Resort & Spa – which contains 30 acres of beachfront. Its enviable location on the pristine northeast coast next to the spectacular Devil’s Bridge National Park, however, is not the only reason we love to stay here.

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