Jumby Bay

Explore > Antigua and Barbuda > Jumby Bay

Overview

Photo #1 of 12

The image of postcard perfection, the pristine white sands of Jumby Bay Beach lay on the western side of the island at the edge of the gently lapping sapphire waters of the Caribbean Sea. Lined by cushioned chaises beneath thatched-roofed bohios under which beach goers can escape the sun, and hammocks strung between palm trees, it is a stage set for hours of unrepentant relaxation while gazing out to sea to mainland Antigua on the horizon.



Overview



Jumby Bay Island is a 300-acre private enclave just two miles north of Antigua in the West Indies. A haven for naturalists, the island plays host to a variety of wildlife including sheep, the White Egret and the Blue Pelican. Pasture Beach, on the island's windward side, is a protected nesting site of the endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle. Tropical foliage and pristine white beaches characterize this secluded all-inclusive Caribbean private island hideaway accessible only by boat from Antigua.

X

abc

xyz

X

abc

xyz