Antigua boasts that the island has 365 beaches, 'one for each day of the year', and indeed it does. It has great reefs and wrecks for diving and snorkelling and lush, tropical forests and mangrove wetlands, countless opportunities abound for both sea and land adventures. On neighbouring Barbuda, you can track the island's fabled frigate birds and visit the Caribbean's largest rookery. Barbuda is a quiet, single-village island that has less than 2% of the nation's population and gets very few independent visitors. While Antigua has a lot more happening than it’s sleepy sister of Barbuda, the pace is still deliciously slow, and you’ll have time left for an indolent lounge in the sun. Come and let St. James Travel & Tours show you the beauty of Antigua.