Map of the Island of Antigua

 

 

 

Image of the island of Antigua (NASA). Antigua has severely eroded volcanic remnants along its forested southwestern quadrant, which has a maximum elevation of only 402 meters above sea level. Although Antigua receives approximately 40 inches of precipitation annually, wide fluctuations in rainfall amounts occasionally create serious water shortages, especially for the agricultural industry. Some of the larger hotels transport water by barge from nearby islands when water supplies become critically low

 

Map Antigua Barbuda

 

Island Antigua

 

 

Caribbean Map

 

Saint John's

 

Antigua and Barbuda

 

Geographic Guide - Islands of The Caribbean Sea, West Indies.

 

 

The Caribbean

 

 

 

 

Travel Guide