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TOP 7 INSTAGRAMMABLE LOCATIONS IN ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

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Antigua and Barbuda are two undeniably beautiful islands. With breathtaking views and quirky points of interests scattered across the islands, its no wonder that most visitors can't wait to get that perfect, envy-inducing shot for Instagram. Here is a (totally NOT comprehensive!) list of some of the most gram-worthy locations on island:

 

7. Red Phone Booth - Siboney Beach Club

For the Gen-Zers our there, this is where people went to make phone calls back in the day. Enjoy this perfect London phone booth (without any of that foggy weather).

 

6. Stingray City

Can you really say you've lived if your Instagram doesn't have a selfie with one these majestic sea creatures? Swimming with stingrays is the kind of cool thing you can get up to in Antigua.

 

5. Colourful vendor stalls - Long Bay Beach

Just outside the Pineapple Beach Club is this row of cute and colourful vendor huts. Be sure to support the local economy and get yourself a handmade necklace or a palm tree hat.

 

4. Devil’s Bridge

The Atlantic sea is so rough at this natural limestone blow hole that locals say the devil must live here. Can you time your shot just right to capture the raging waves?

 

3. Boonji Spaceman - Hodges Bay Club

A new addition by artist Brendan Murphy, this 22-foot, 3000-pound fibre glass and steel sculpture sits at the end of the Dock at the Hodges Bay Club. It's fast becoming a favourite of influencers and even made CNN take notice.

 

2. Pillars of Hercules

Soft limestone rock gently carved into these beautiful column formations by the sea over the years, its a bit of a hike to get there but Antigua's Pillars of Hercules are totally worth it!

 

1. Shirley Heights Lookout

You can't beat this iconic location offering, arguably, the most famous view in Antigua. Since before the 1950s everyone wanted this shot with the protective coves of English and Falmouth Harbours in the background.