THE ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA NATIONAL FLAG
Seven point golden sun represents the dawn of a new era.
Red represents the life blood of slave forefathers and the dynamism of the people.
Blue represents hope.
Black represents the soil and African heritage.
Gold, blue & white represents Antigua's and Barbuda's tourist attractions sun, sea and sand.
QUICK FACTS ON ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
Antigua and Barbuda’s population was 96,286 in 2018
It has 365 beaches
Gained independence November 1, 1981
National dish is Fungee and Pepperpot
Capital city is Saint John’s
The Man-o'-War (Frigatebird) is the national bird
The national flower is the Agave karatto
Gaston Alfonso Browne is the prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda. He has been the islands' leader since 2014.
His Excellency Sir Rodney Williams was sworn into office in August of 2014 and is the fourth Governor General in the history of Antigua and Barbuda.
EXPLORE ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
Antigua Rainforest Company
We are Antigua’s only zip line and rope adventure operators and have been in successful and safe operation for over 10 years.
Shirley Hieghts Lookout
This high point (about 490 ft.) affords a superb view of English and Falmouth Harbours, the best view in Antigua.
Visitors can see several species of animals that is indigenous to Barbuda along with Petroglyphs drawings that were left by Arawak Indians.
Tropical Adventures Antigua
We provide a wide variety of entertaining and interesting tours offering you the opportunity to discover the unique essence of Antigua and Barbuda by land, sea and air!
With a name derived from the abundance of coral in the area, this gorgeous bay is sure to offer excellent snorkeling with schools of fish.
For more information on visiting Antigua & Barbuda go to www.visitantiguabarbuda.com