We kicked off our 1st trip to Antigua with a stop at the infamous Shirley Heights, followed by an interview with Matthew Cornall, GM of the Sandals Grande Antigua; and then Tiffany Azille took us on an Eat Lime and Food Tour in St. John’s which included a Rum punch lesson at Quin Farara Company Ltd. We also got the chance to take in some great performances and chat with Ricardo Drue at the Sunrise Breakfast Fete. But first up, we speak with Colin C. James, Chief Executive Officer from The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority who shares with us the numerous things Antigua and Barbuda has to offer year-round.
About Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua’s shoreline is washed almost exclusively by the Caribbean Sea and is hugged by 95 miles of superb coastline. Her sister Barbuda is surrounded by protective reefs and features a large lagoon and Frigate Bird sanctuary. The islands are best known for their friendly and welcoming people, pink and white-sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and the most satisfying and enjoyable climate in the world.