Take a boat out to shallow sandbars, abundantly populated by rays, and aptly named Stingray City. Thought to have been originally attracted to the sand bars by fisherman gutting and cleaning their fish, the stingrays still congregate here, though the fisherman have been replaced by tourists armed ready to feed them squid. Don your snorkel and you'll be able to pet, feed, and observe these amazing creatures as they move majestically around the water. You'll be standing in clear and shallow waters in the open ocean, and will be briefed on how to interact properly with creatures. To visit Stingray City on your holiday in Antigua, and find out what else Antigua has to offer, use our Antigua trip itinerary app .
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  • Fantastic experience. Visited with our children (9 & 13) and we all loved it. Youngest was a little scared at first but after a while she held the stingray and kept going back for another go. Staff we...  more »
  • I can't swim and neither can my friend or my sister but we still had an amazing time at Stingray city. Thanks to our hiking guide Happy Heights for suggesting we visit and taking us there. The water i...  more »
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