Coconut Grove Beach Break for a Minimum of 5 Persons
Drink selection of water, sodas, fruit juice, rum punch
Tour Participation Requirements
There's a lot to be said for doing nothing. For just flicking the switch to the off position and letting your mind and body get a well-deserved rest.
And if you're going somewhere for the sole purpose of doing nothing, the Dickenson Bay beach by Coconut Grove is the perfect choice: a quiet, peaceful spot where you can soak up some sun, refresh yourself in turquoise waters, and repeat as often as you wish.
Or you can find a shady spot and read with the audio accompaniment of waves slapping the snow-white shore.
If you get hungry, you have the world renowned Coconut Grove Restaurant right there, serving everything from lobster thermidor to watermelon and feta salad, burgers and steak to curried conch. Plus a wine list of impressive depth for a swimsuit-suitable beach bar and grill, and desserts to die for: mango cheesecake. Coconut pie a la Grove. And a delightful West Indian key lime pie.
Afterward, you can walk it all off with a brisk walk down the beach. Or make a beeline back to your beach chair and more from that hypnotic Caribbean Sea soundtrack: lapping waves, rustling palms, drifting strains of island music. You'll have time for other things. But right now it's time to do nothing.
365 days at the beach
Antigua boasts 365 beaches – one for every day of the year, as they like to say. The first non-natives to leave their footprints on one were crewmen who arrived with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage, a year after he accidently discovered the New World on his first. He named the island after The Virgin of Antiquity, a painting at the Seville Cathedral in Spain.
Non-refundable if canceled within 24 hours of requested services.