BEAUTY AND TRANQUILITY have attracted the rich and famous to Antigua for decades. With a dimpled shoreline interspersed with sandy coves, the island claims to have a beach for every day of the year, many fringed by reefs kaleidoscopic with fish. The interior is hilly and draped with lush, tropical cover.
United Airlines’ environmentally friendly efforts lessen the impact on local U.S. communities.
As I sit in a lounge chair in front of The Venetian Resort in Turks & Caicos, toes in the powdery white sand, it’s hard to imagine why anyone needs to keep writing those “top 10 beaches in the world” articles. After 25 years of visiting beaches on five continents, I’ve found the winner.