Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
The cruise ship port in Antiqua is located at Heritage Quay in St. John's, the capital city. Restaurants and banking machines are available nearby.
There are also two indoor/outdoor shopping malls near the cruise port. The town centre is within walking distance.
For comprehensive information about the Antigua Cruise Port, please access the Antigua Guide.
Most cruise passengers can easily walk to downtown St. John's from their cruise ship.
Local transit is available just a short distance from the Antigua cruise port.
Taxis are available right at the port entrance. Although rates are set by the government, it is always best to negotiate a fare before you commit.
Please access the Antigua Vacation Guide for comprehensive travel information regarding St. John's and Antigua Island.
St. John's is the largest town on the island of Antigua. Its rich history and unique culture makes it a great place to visit. Cruise passengers love its tropical flora and interesting shops.
Attractions in St. John include:
The Island of Antiqua is a popular vacation destination that features amazing landscape, exotic plants and beautiful beaches. Enjoy the sea turtles, ducks and fallow deer on the island.
The best view of the island can be enjoyed from the island's highest points at 1,200 feet.
Snorkeling, kayaking and waterskiing are popular sports on the island.
Many people enjoy visiting the tropical Colonial Williamsburg which features an assortment of buildings from the colonial period.
Map of Heritage Quay in St. John's, Antigua
The currency used on the island of Antigua is the Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD). US dollars, traveller's checks and credit cards are, however, widely accepted.
The average monthly temperatures in St. John, Antigua are as follows:
WiFi access is available at many cafes and restaurants on the island of Antigua.