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Anchorage Palmetto Pint to Low Bay (Codrington, Barbuda)

Things to do in Barbuda

In the archipelago of the Antilles, in the eastern Caribbean Sea, we find Barbuda, a beautiful wooded island of coral origin. Barbuda got its name from lichens hanging from the palm trees, which resembled the settlers of their own beards. Thanks to its agreeable temperature (no less than 23 degrees in January) it is an amazing tourist destination where you can moor your boat in the Antilles.

Due to its proximity, it also offers the option of going to another paradise island such as Antigua -both form a very special combo for the navigator, where he can moor his boat and visit San John’s Cathedral, the Botanical Gardens, the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda or Fort James, and then relax in its nearly three miles of pristine beaches with fine white sand and crystal clear waters. The depths of these waters are rich in corals, wrecks and a wide variety of life that will delight any diver.

Carnivals are celebrated the last week of July and bring together a large number of tourists. However, even though being moored in a paradise island, this one possesses all the comforts and services. There are upscale stores, large resorts, a casino, 35 marinas where superyachts moor and ports where worldwide cruises stop. Finally, the highlights are romantic and idyllic havens to accommodate, peaceful luxurious cottages and safe marinas to reserve a mooring.

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