Blessed with an average yearly rainfall of only 45 inches plus low humidity, Antigua is one of the sunniest islands in the Eastern Caribbean. The driest months are February to April. Temperatures range from the mid-70s F in the winter to the mid-80s F during the summer.
A festive time to visit the island is during Antigua's annual Carnival from the end of July to the first Tuesday in August.
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This romantic beachfront resort on the sands of Dickenson Bay offers luxurious accommodations set amid two uniquely themed villages.
Fungie (pronounced “foon-jee”), made mostly with cornmeal, like polenta, is one of Antigua’s national dishes. Cricket is the national sport.
At 1,319 feet, Antigua’s tallest point is Mount Obama, renamed from Boggy Peak in honor of the 44th President of the United States.
Antigua is one of the Caribbean’s most prosperous nations, thanks, in part to tourism.
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