Antigua and Barbuda is a twin island country lying between the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. Antigua is the larger and busier of the two islands. Barbuda lies North of Antigua and has a population of around 1500 people. According to locals there are 365 stunning beaches, one for every day of the year. Antigua is the busier of the two islands but Barbuda, although quieter is no less stunning.
There are plenty of hotels and resorts suitable for parents traveling with babies and toddlers (see ‘Where to Stay’) and you will also be able to find plenty of family friendly activities. There are rain forests, historical sites, stunning beaches and the buzzing Saturday market in St Johns, the capital, is not to be missed. Another great option is to catch a barbecue at Shirley Heights with its magnificent views across the neighbouring islands.
Please see below for all the information you will need to travel to Antigua & Barbuda with a baby or toddler.