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Why Fly to St John's?
The sister islands of Antigua and Barbuda offer completely different vacation experiences, but they share the tough-to-beat natural beauty of the Caribbean. Antigua is billed as the “Land of 365 Beaches,” one for every day of the year, though the island’s offerings extend far beyond its famous sandy strips. Barbuda, a separate island located about 26 miles to the north, is mostly undeveloped, but visitors flock there to appreciate its untouched beauty and thriving wildlife.
Cheap flights to Antigua and Barbuda from the U.S. are easy to find and the islands’ fantastic collection of resorts has a comfortable, relaxing room for every budget. Start searching for tickets online and comparing fares to see how affordably you can spend a few days in this tropical hotspot.
Which Airlines Fly to St John's?
Flights to the islands arrive at V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU), located near the northern shores of Antigua about five miles northeast of St. John’s, the islands’ capital. Direct flights from the U.S. mainland depart from Miami with American Airlines, from Newark with Continental, from Atlanta with Delta and from Charlotte with US Airways. You can also catch nonstop flights from New York with either Delta or Caribbean Airlines.
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Most flights to St. John's from the mainland only depart a few times per week, but there are multiple daily flights from San Juan, Puerto Rico with American Airlines’ affiliate, American Eagle.
Quick Travel Guide to St John's
If you want the focus of your Caribbean vacation to be the almost indescribable splendor of the region’s crystal clear waters and white beaches, you can hardly do better than these islands. But you’re left with the tough choice between Antigua, where virtually any activity or resort experience is at your fingertips, and Barbuda, where the beaches are so secluded you’ll feel like you have the entire island to yourself. No matter which island you choose, you’ll see just why these oases are where mega moguls from around the world opt to build their vacation homes. For those who love crisp ocean air and postcard settings, these two islands are bound to exceed expectations.
Though Antigua and Barbuda now constitute an independent nation, they’re longtime British colonies, and British culture has left its mark. In Antigua in particular, you can enjoy a traditional afternoon high tea, nosh on delectable fish and chips, and witness spirited matches of cricket, England’s national pastime.
The resorts and hotels in Antigua and Barbuda are worthy of the same superlatives used to describe the Caribbean’s astonishing magnificence; if you choose one of the island’s finest resorts, you can expect your wishes fulfilled at the snap of a finger. And even if you choose one of the more modest hotels, you’ll still be steps away from beach scenes that most U.S. hotels can never hope to match.