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When not relaxing by the pool and enjoying the service at slick five star hotels, today’s family visitors can try their hands at a range of watersports.

Also possible are kayaking, kite-surfing, fishing, boat charters, snorkelling trips to the nearby reefs and PADI-certified diving centres. Inland, there's a variety of interesting excursions to choose from: a rainforest canopy tour, using a network of suspension bridges, for a fascinating insight to life amongst the treetops, or an eco-tour of Antigua's coastline involving beachcombing, exploring mangrove forests and reefs, and discovering the island's wildlife, from turtles and stingrays to the pelicans and West Indian whistling ducks of Bird Island.

Other possibilities include trips to the historic Nelson's Dockyard and English Harbour, day trips to other islands and helicopter tours to nearby Montserrat to see its active volcano up close.

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Planning a successful family holiday takes a similar amount of organisation and fortitude as a small scale military operation. But fear not, our team of specialists (many of whom are parents themselves) are here to take the stress out of the planning process so those toddler tantrums and teenage meltdowns are kept to a minimum.

From our carefully curated Sharky & George fun packs, which keep children entertained on those long journeys, to knowing the most family-friendly hotels and holding client focus groups, we pride ourselves on making sure that you have the best family holiday imaginable because there's no more important time together.

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Alexandra is our 'Family Antigua ' expert and as a seasoned traveller has the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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