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Antigua, meaning 'ancient' in Spanish, is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean. It is famous for 365 fabulous beaches and lures adventure lovers to book flights to Antigua. Crystal Travel offers the best tools to book amazing travel deals. Use our innovative booking engine to surf direct flights, connecting or nonstop flights. The best time of the year to pick your flight is the shoulder season between September and November. Your flight will land at VC Bird International Airport. Being a favourite spot for couples and families, Crystal Travel is offering major discounts for Antigua travel deals. Securing your flight with Crystal Travel assures that you'll be booking inexpensive flight deals to Antigua. With our best price guarantee, rest assured that we can provide you with the lowest prices to Antigua, and with our outstanding customer service, you can always rely on us to get the best deal that will help you to save big. So, what better time to book your tickets? Hurry, book flight tickets to Antigua and grab discounts right away!Read More

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  • Capital: St. John’s
  • Area: 281 km2
  • Population: 95,882 as of 2018
  • Language: English is the official language of Antigua
  • The aerial distance from London to Antigua is 4, 092 miles
  • Flights to Antigua from London approximately takes 9h 30min
  • Popular Airlines from London to Antigua: British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines and Delta
  • Festivals: Wadadli Day, A & B International Kite Festival, Annual Seafood Festival, Antigua Sailing Week, Antigua Carnival, Antigua and Barbuda International Cricket Fest and Independence Day

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Antigua is Caribbean’s most popular jewel and it does get a lot of attention from all over. It offers an amazing landscape that comprises of beaches, ancient villages, port cities and bays. Glance through some flight options and rest assured that you are booking cheap Antigua flights with ample discounts. Our experienced travel agents are there 24x7 to assist you during your booking and find solution regarding your travel. With journey flexibility, you can grab fabulous deals that will help you to save excess pounds and use the remaining money for city excursions.

About Antigua


The stunning island of Antigua spans roughly 54 miles and is the leading island of Antigua and Barbuda. It has a long tradition of sailing. As a typical Caribbean Island, Antigua is home to 365 white sandy beaches, ancient harbours, spectacular landscapes and – of course – Susie’s Hot Sauce is on the menu everywhere you go. You’ll surely find some exceptional hotels and popular villas and the island. However, it is for the easy life, friendly islanders and the wide variety of beaches that most people visit.

Best Time to Visit Antigua


The best time to visit Antigua is during the off-season from May to November. Prices are cheapest at this time and while there is a slight risk of hurricanes, the weather rarely goes beyond 26° C. You'll experience less rain between December and April, but prices do escalate and crowds are profuse.

Best Places to Visit in Antigua


Miles of gorgeous coastline, lush jungle, vibrant culture and history of Antigua are a great choice for a Caribbean break. Take pleasure in the crystal clear waters and snorkel with professional guides to experience the marine life. Admire turtle colonies and play with rays in the shallow ocean. Most of Antigua is a forest with ecotourism and adventure tours. Follow the forest trails that lead up to famous spots on the island. Anyone interested in history will find much to discover at the old plantation and amongst the streets of the capital St John’s. To narrow your search, we’ve listed the top places you can visit in Antigua:

Half Moon Bay: Half Moon Bay is one of the best beaches in the Caribbean that is protected by a reef and blessed by fine white sands. It offers excellent snorkelling and surfing opportunities. A tiny restaurant serves snacks just off the beach.

Stingray City: If you've feared stingrays for long, this is the time to face them with just a five-minute speedboat ride. Stingray City is a pool where numerous southern stingrays swim by. You can stand, swim or snorkel and even feed them.

17 Mile Beach: You're in for a treat when you visit 17 Mile Beach. Dotted with bright aqua waters, pinkish sand and serenity, you'll probably never see a more captivating stretch of pink sand.

Nelson's Dockyard National Park: Nelson's Dockyard National Park is Antigua's most popular spot. You can see a well-restored building and some of the best trails. Additionally, you can also find hotels, restaurants, shops and galleries as well.

Dickenson Bay: Dickenson Bay is one of the most famous attractions located far north of Antigua. Fronted by expansive white sand beaches, resorts and restaurants, this place is a must-visit. The place offers great swimming opportunities, fishing and windsurfing.

St. John's: The capital and the cruise port are blessed with grand markets, cottages, tropical fruits and flowers. You can explore St. John's Cathedral, a white neo-Baroque building. Head to the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda and explore duty-free shops at Heritage Quay.

Devil's Bridge: Devil's Bridge runs along the rugged coast and falls at the Indian Town National Park. The bridge is made out of natural limestone carved through the years by the hard-hitting waves. Do not miss visiting the park as it offers amazing hikes and bird-watching opportunities.

Darby Cave: This is one of Barbuda's most striking natural formations. Though it is called a cave, the site is a 100-meter diametre sinkhole. The bottom resembles a rainforest, tall palms and several birds that can be spotted.

Martello Tower: Located a few miles south of River Village, Martello Tower Fort was built by the British during the 19th century. It is the highest building and an important historical emblem. Today the strong walls and the canon platform stay intact, drawing several visitors towards its beauty.

Airport serving London & Antigua


London: Six international airports and other smaller airports serve London, making it the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. The airports in London are London City Airport (LCY), Gatwick (LGW), Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN), Southend (SEN) and London-Stansted (STN), out of which London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, shops, restaurants, lounges with unrestricted Wi-Fi access and more.

Antigua:V. C. Bird International Airport (ANU) is the main airport situated on the island of Antigua, 5 miles from St. John's, the capital of Antigua. It was built as a United States Army Air Forces base around 1941 and named Coolidge Airfield after Capt. Hamilton Coolidge, a United States Army Air Service pilot killed in World War I. The airport offers a wide and fantastic range of local and international cuisine and an interesting range of shopping arcades.

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