The temperature on Antigua ranges from the mid-70s to the high 80s throughout the year, with cooling sea breezes. The island has a stunning, rugged coastline, dotted with hidden coves, beautiful coral reefs and 365 white sandy beaches.
Known as ‘the gateway to the Caribbean’, Antigua is the hub for the eastern Caribbean. It’s the largest of the Leeward Islands at 108 square miles (280 sq.km) with a population of 64,000.
From London: 9 hours
Eastern Caribbean Dollar (US Dollar widely accepted)
GMT -6 hours
Not required for UK Citizens, must have 6 months remaining on passport
Peak season is December through to April but it’s still good to travel to Antigua throughout the summer months. Although, June to November is considered to be hurricane season with the hottest temperatures, the weather is known to be fairly accommodating with the high humid temperatures starting up in September through November.
The temperature on Antigua ranges from the mid 70s to the high 80s throughout the year, with cooling sea breezes.
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