Hello November!

November is here!  Hello Thanksgiving, Christmas and before you know it you’ll be saying hello to 2014.  Time sure does fly when you’re having fun…eh?  On your to do list you still have to book your family vacation to Antigua…yep #1 and #2 on your new year resolution list.  Don’t be discouraged it is not too late to book and plan your trip.  Not just a destination for summer you must try Antigua in the winter months.  Beautiful all year around with non-stop sunshine and warm temperature there is a lot of great stuff happening in Antigua.

November activities include the inaugural Sir Vivian Richards 20/20 Masters Cricket Tournament, seafood festival, regattas and dinghy championships to open the sailing/yachting season.  As you might have guessed December is very festive starting off with Moods of Pan to get you in a Caribbean Christmas spirit.  The Caribbean’s greatest yacht charter show opens in English Harbour, we celebrate our national heroes and in true island style there are many Christmas extravaganzas, parties and events to attend.  And of course no island vacation is complete without some sandy toes and we’ve got 365 endless white, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters to choose from.

The Trade Winds Hotel is ideally located minutes away from all these hot spots, activities, events and the island’s best beaches.  Our charming and quaint resort offers all the amenities to enjoy a relaxing and adventurous holiday, with a fresh water swimming pool, great views and high speed WI-FI to share and stay connected with family and friends back home.  Enjoy great food and drink at our Bay House Restaurant from our eclectic, modern and home-style menu which blends international and local flavours.  Click here to BOOK NOW or e-mail: info@twhantigua.com and let’s help you plan the perfect Caribbean winter escape.

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