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All the signs pointed towards Antigua. The island had warm, steady winds, a complex coastline of safe harbors, and a protective, nearly unbroken wall of coral reef.

ANTIGUA'S HISTORY AND CULTURE

It would be difficult to overestimate the impact on Antigua's history of the arrival, one fateful day in 1684, of Sir Christopher Codrington.

ENGLISH HARBOUR, ANTIGUA

English Harbour, Antigua's graceful and evocative historic district, is focused on the fifteen square miles of Nelson's Dockyard National Park.

EXPLORING ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

This rambling array of gun emplacements and military buildings is best known today for the absolutely breathtaking prospect that it offers.

THE ISLAND OF BARBUDA

Barbuda is one of those very few islands in the Caribbean that remains–and probably will remain for some time–so undeveloped as to seem positively deserted at times.