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Enjoying Antigua and Barbuda

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To begin the citizenship by investment process, you must contact an Authorized Agent of the Caribbean economic citizenship programme. Only they can apply for you, and will take care of due diligence and paperwork.

 

Luckily, this means you can sit back and relax while your application is processed!

 

What to See in Antigua and Barbuda

 

Antigua and Barbuda is a nation in the Caribbean in the Lesser Antilles archipelago. It consists of two islands (unsurprisingly, Antigua and Barbuda) along with numerous smaller islands.

 

It’s a country of great beauty, including hundreds of beaches, crystal-clear water, and plenty of sites to see. Below is a quick list of what to see in Antigua and Barbuda.


 

Antigua and Barbuda Sites and Attractions

 

We have compiled for you a list of 5 places that are definitely worth visiting if you find yourself in Antigua and Barbuda.

 

1. English Harbor

 

Located on the southern coast of the island of Antigua, English Harbor was one of the British fleet’s main bases during the Napoleonic wars. Within the larger park are numerous historical buildings, so this is a great site for any history buffs.

 

2. Nelson's Shipyards

 

A heritage site and marina in English Harbor. They are part of Nelson Dockyard National Park, which includes Clarence House and Shirley Heights. The complex is named after Admiral Horatio Nelson, who lived at the docks from 1784 to 1787.

 

3. Cathedral of Saint John (John the Divine)

 

The cathedral rises over the city of Saint John. It is the centre of the diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in the northeastern Caribbean. The current building, with its massive white twin towers, was built from reef limestone in 1845.

 

4. Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

 

Located in the capital of the state, St. John's. This museum is a must-see for any first-time visitors. It occupies a building characteristic of British colonial architecture that is over 250 years old. The museum’s exhibitions are devoted to the islands’ indigenous population and tell about the history of the colonial period.

 

5. Fort James 

 

Located at the entrance to St. John's Harbor, the citadel was built to guard the harbour and is one of the many forts erected by English colonists in the 18th century.

 

 

Enjoying Antigua and Barbuda

 

Antigua and Barbuda is much like other Caribbean islands: sunny all year round with a lovely breeze and temperatures in the high 20s. Of course, it has its unique draws, such as the history and local landscape.

 

Also, Antigua and Barbuda is a great place to apply for second citizenship because of the benefits it offers. Contact us for more information.