Antigua's Pillars of Hercules


Beautiful views and gorgeous sunsets

Even the briefest of visits to Antigua and Barbuda can reveal how rich the islands are in wonderful attractions; many of which are perfect opportunities for sightseeing. You’re sure to find something that not only piques your interest but gets your imagination going.

In Antigua and Barbuda, you will find a variety of breath-taking, natural, and historical sites that continue to tell of our rich history and culture.

Rastafari Experience Antigua

Our island tours offer both scenic and cultural heritage tours that teach both the natural history of Antigua and the foundations of Rastafari.

Shirley Heights Lookout

Shirley Heights is a restored military lookout and gun battery. The Lookout. This high point (about 490 ft.) affords a superb view of English and Falmouth Harbours, the best view in Antigua. The view is spectacular, especially at sunset and early evening when all of English Harbour is all lit up.

St. John’s Cathedral

Two St. John's Anglican Churches have already stood on the site of the present cathedral. The first was built of wood as early as 1681; while the second was constructed with English brick in about 1720, when the first church fell in disrepair and became too small.