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Jolly is a charming harbor town located on spectacular Antigua in the Caribbean.
If you decide to charter a boat in Jolly, there are numerous sailing opportunities waiting for you. You can discover many islands and islets that belong to the wonderful Lesser Antilles archipelago but mostly islands of tropical Antigua and Barbuda. The yacht charter is the only way to discover hidden gems of this region, as these are mostly the places inaccessible for large cruising ships. Yachtoo offers you a several luxury catamarans and monohulls available for charter in scenic Jolly; so you can choose a boat that suits your, even most sophisticated needs.
Jolly is situated in the western part of Antigua and is surrounded by picturesque bays and white-sand beaches. The town is famous for its beautiful marina as well as exuberant nightlife – it is full of local restaurants, clubs, bars and casinos. If you spend there at least one evening, you will certainly not be disappointed.
Another advantage of Jolly is that it is located very near (20 min) the capital of Antigua and Barbuda, Saint John’s. Saint Johns is a beautiful city that brims over with architectural and cultural treasures. The central point of the city is the Saint John’s Cathedral, a splendid church with high towers. We also highly recommend you visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, where you may learn a lot about the country’s history and natural resources. A trip to Fort James is a great idea to spend an afternoon; when you get there, you will be stunned by the view of the city panorama. When you are in St John’s, do not forget to do some duty-free shopping as well as to buy some hand-made local souvenirs in the market.
Moreover, Antigua is surrounded by turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea with extremely rich aquatic environment. It is a real paradise for water sport’s fans. You can find a right place for almost every water sport attraction possible, from surfing and extreme diving to swimming. You also cannot omit an astonishing bridge-like rock formation called Devil’s Bridge. It has exceptionally rough waters underneath but its view is truly breathtaking.
When it comes to Antigua’s fauna, it is also extremely luxuriant. The majority of the island is transformed into nature reserves, the most popular are: Dockyard National Park and Indian Town National Park. The first one is full of hiking places but also historic buildings, such as old forts which offer you spectacular views. Moreover, you can find there the Admiral Nelson’s House Museum, which is really worth-visiting. We also highly recommend you become familiar with the local life and visit some colorful villages of Antigua. There, you may find lush banana or mango plantations and try these delicious fruits on the spot. In addition, you will be able to wander through amazing rainforests, and for example have a picnic there.
However, what Antigua and Barbuda is mostly famous for is its beaches. All of the region’s islands offer you splendid strips of sand that sparkles in the heat of the Caribbean sand. It is said that there are beaches for each day of the year, so it would be shame if you did not visit at least some of them during your yacht charter experience.