Two Foot Bay National Park

Antigua & Barbuda

This nature area on the northeastern coast consists of coastal scrub forest hemming in the cliff-lined waterfront. It's famous for its caves, most importantly the Indian Cave, which has the only known petroglyphs on Barbuda.

You need your own transportation or preferably a guide to make the most of visiting here. On weekends, the park is a popular camping site with locals.

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