Dickenson Bay is on the northwest coast of Antigua and is less than three miles from the capital, St John's. The coastline of Dickenson Bay is made up of a stunning group of beaches. Fine white powdery sands and clear sparkling waters make it haven for water-sports and boating enthusiasts. The water is usually calm and this area is particularly suitable for children. Dickenson Bay has a range of locally payable activities on offer including, windsurfing, waterskiing, parasailing, jet skis, pedalloes, catamarans, kayaking, sail boats, snorkelling, scuba diving, yacht charters, golf, cricket, tennis, horse riding and hiking to one of Antigua's many hilltop fortifications. Local excursions are also on offer to explore the island and include shopping in St John's, sightseeing in Nelson's Dockyard, visiting Betty's Hope and helicopter tours.
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