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Useful advice for travelling to Antigua and Barbuda (ATG)

Caribbean Sea breeze, golden beaches, and heavenly beautiful cities attract tourists to Antigua and Barbuda in millions. These twin islands are a perfect holiday destination for everyone seeking calm and fulfilling holiday. Well-developed tourist accommodation and transport systems ensure fully enjoyable and comfortable holiday experiences in Antigua and Barbuda for everyone.

Preparing for the trip

If you wish to avoid all and any danger to your health posed by this trip to Antigua and Barbuda, make sure to get all the standard vaccinations. It may be helpful to get a tetanus re-vaccination, as well as vaccinations against diphtheria, hepatitis A and B, and typhoid fever. Yellow fever certificates are only required in cases, when person arrives from an infected territory.

Transportation and travel charges

You can get better acquainted with Antigua and Barbuda by taking a boat or yacht trip, going on a car ride, ordering a taxi, or renting a car. It is worth remembering that Antigua and Barbuda uses the left-hand traffic system. Politically, an uninhabited island of Redonda is part of the twin islands, and its reservation is best viewed on foot.

You can pay for all your purchases using official local currency of East Caribbean dollar (XCD). One such dollar amounts to roughly 0.293 euro. Living costs in Antigua and Barbuda are higher than in Lithuania. A cup of cappuccino costs about 11.40 (East Caribbean) dollars, and a lunch at a cheap restaurant will cost you 20 dollars. In local shops, you can buy one kilo of rice for 5 dollars, one kilo of chicken breast for about 21 dollar, and a 1.5 litre bottle of water for 4.5 dollars. A bus trip will cost you about 3.40 dollars.

Additional information:

  • Antigua and Barbuda locals speak English; it is the twin islands’ official language.
  • Antigua and Barbuda uses different time zone than Lithuania, namely, UTC – 4. The country does not use summer time.
  • Distance between Vilnius and Antigua and Barbuda’s capital St. John’s is about 3420 kilometres.
  • Best return gifts choices

    Great reminders about the trip to Antigua and Barbuda are authentic articles of local craftsmen. Bright-coloured ceramic articles, jewellery, and fragrant spices will make amazing return gifts. You can also pleasantly surprise your friends or family by purchasing a bottle of rum or coconut water. Also worth buying are statuettes, wind chimes, little jars with jam, candles, and soap bars.

    Past British and American influences over the islands have formed particularly unique and engaging places to live and visit. Make sure to explore Antigua and Barbuda’s colourful nature and culture in detail. This way, your holiday trip will leave you with fond and unforgettable memories.

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