Barbuda is home to the Frigate Bird Sanctuary, which is located in located north of Antigua, in the middle of the Leeward Islands Points of interest include Highland House (the 18th century home of the Codrington family) and the Indian Cave, which contains ancient Amerindian petroglyphs.
Barbuda’s climate and geography is conducive to tourism. Many tourists are attracted by the island’s beaches. Activities include swimming, snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, hiking, bird watching, and golfing. Several resorts are located on the island.
Detailed Map of Barbuda
The climate is classified as tropical marine which means that there is little seasonal temperature variation. In January and February, the coolest months, the average daily high temperature is 81°F (27°C). While in July and August, the warmest months, the average daily high is 86°F (30°C).
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Palmetto Point is a prominent headland that marks the southeasternmost point of the Caribbean island of Barbuda. It lies due south of Codrington Lagoon and separates the west and south coasts of the island. A martello tower stands 2 km to the northeast.
Activities & Amenities Although most visitors come to enjoy the 9 miles of pristine beach and just decompress from the stresses of daily life, there is also plenty to do each day at Lighthouse Bay. Guests can enjoy a host of complimentary activities, including: snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking.