One of the most stunningly beautiful islands in the Caribbean, Barbuda has a remarkably unaffected atmosphere, unlike its sister island Antigua. Although home to a number of expensive resorts the island still retains a lot of character feeling at times as though it is a deserted island paradise. The main town of Codrington is home to several small guesthouses and little else but it has a great deal of charm and is a wonderful alternative to the larger resorts if you do not fancy being pampered.
There is a beautiful lagoon in the north of the island with a beach that stretches the length of the coastline, this is a wonderful place to spend a day walking and relaxing. Barbuda is one of the friendliest places on the planet and if you show the inhabitants some courtesy then they often reciprocate with advice and even occasionally offer a ride to one of the more remote parts of the island. There are a remarkable number of frigate birds on the island and it is regarded as one of the best places in the world to view these colourful creatures.
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