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Antigua And Barbuda Travel and Tourism

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Antigua and Barbuda is an island nation located on the eastern boundary of the Caribbean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. As its name suggests, it consists of two major islands  – Antigua and Barbuda  – as well as a number of smaller islets. All are close neighbours within the middle of the Leeward Islands and roughly 17 degrees north of the equator. Antigua has a population of 82,000, comprising chiefly a mixture of people of West African, British and Portuguese descent. The islands of Antigua and Barbuda are part of the Lesser Antilles archipelago. To the south of Antigua and Barbuda lie the islands of Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. Montserrat lies to the southwest; Saint Kitts and Nevis and Saint Eustatius are to the west, and Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin and Anguilla are to the northwest.

   
 
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Dishes of Antigua and Barbuda - Saint John's
Dishes of Antigua and Barbuda The national dish is fungie (pronounced foon-gee) and pepper pot. Fungie is a dish very similar to the Italian Polenta being made mainly of cornmeal. Other local dishes include ducana, seasoned rice, saltfish and lobster (from Barbuda). Local confectioneries include sugarcake, fudge, raspberry and tamarind stew, and peanut brittle. The various restaurants around the island sell both local and international food. • Lunch might be anything that can be easily bought from a nearby shop, especially a bakery. • Dinner will typically be rice,macaroni or pasta, vegetables/salad, an entree (fish, chicken, pork, beef etc.) and a side dish like macaroni pie, scalloped potatoes or plantains. Local drinks are mauby, se...

When To Go Antigua and Barbuda - Saint John's
When To Go Antigua and Barbuda Antigua & Barbuda are best visited during the cool, dry winter months (mid-December to mid-April). The average daily temperature is 81°F (27°C) and it's no coincidence that this is also peak tourist season. The islands get warmer in July and August, averaging daily highs of 86°F (30°C). The wet season peaks around August to October, during the Caribbean's tropical hurricane season.

See the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda - Saint John's
See the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda This community-run museum in St John's has an eclectic collection of displays on island history, but everything looks as though it could do with a dusting. There's a touchable section with stone pestles and conch-shell tools, a reconstructed Arawak house, and modest displays on natural history, the colonial era and the struggle for emancipation. The highlight is the well-worn cricket bat of former West Indies team captain-slash-god, Vivian Richard.