Antigua Cruise Port (Heritage Quay Terminal) Tours
Locals boast that Antigua has 365 different beaches, one for each day of the year. And the island’s rich naval background fascinates history buffs, as Antigua was once an important colonial base of the British Royal Navy. Take a guided tour of the island’s top historic sights, such as Nelson’s Dockyard National Park. Or, stay in St. John’s and book a shore excursion that explores the city’s vegetable market and duty-free shopping spots.
Things to Know Before You Go
Antigua’s peak season is November to May, so expect to encounter more cruise ships and crowds then.
Plastic bags are banned in Antigua and Barbuda, so take a tote if you plan to buy souvenirs.
How to Get to St. John’s From the Antigua Cruise Port
St. John’s has a large and deep harbor that perfectly accommodates big cruise ships. The town’s main attractions are all within close walking distance of the pier. The Heritage and Redcliffe quays offer shopping opportunities directly next to the port, and downtown St. John’s isn’t far away. At the Heritage Quay Terminal, you’ll find a taxi dispatch kiosk with posted rates.
Most major cruise lines stop in Antigua. The country’s official currency is the East Caribbean dollar; however, most businesses list prices in and accept United States dollars. The population is predominantly English speaking. As many as four ships can dock in Antigua at a time, but this isn’t a regular occurrence.
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