Uncover the social milieu at the Dockyard and environs in bygone days with a private guide
This tour will give you an understanding of the social hierarchy and the prevailing social dynamics during various eras.
Interestingly, after the slave trade was outlawed in 1807, some traders continued slave trading and so, the British navy was charged with the task of policing the seas to capture those daring traders. What happened to those unsuspecting captive Africans who were brought to the Dockyard?
You will visit some special places of interest in and around the dockyard.
You will find that, undoubtedly, English Harbour, the home of our much feted Nelson's Dockyard, is indeed an evocative historic district.
THURSDAY, 11TH JANUARY
9:00 AM Meet at Admiral's Inn ( historical overview of the Nelson's Dockyard)
9:20 AM Walking commentary through the dockyard
10:00 AM Refreshment/rest before hike
10:10 AM Hike to Fort Berkley from Dockyard wharf
11:00 AM Walk back to the Admiral's Inn
FRIDAY, 12THH JANUARY
8:30 AM Meet at Falmouth Gas Station
8:40 AM Hike to Dowe's hill
10:30 AM Walk from Dowe's Hill back to Falmouth.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We meet at the Admiral's Inn.
End location: Wherever each tour starts.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Walk with raincoat/umbrella because the rain seems unpredictable these days.
It's a walking tour over uneven terrain.
This price is inclusive of entrance tickets into the Park ($8 USD per head)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
52 ............ - A local lunch with drink averages $26ECD/$10 USD
A (21.9 oz) bottle of water averages $1.50 USD
Entrance fee National Park $8 USD
Bring lots of water!
I deliver my tours in English.There are no restrictions regarding my visits to any tourist attraction. I contract a licensed taxi driver for my tours so that I can totally attend to you, my guest!
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My husband and I had been looking forward to visiting Antigua for a long time, especially after communicating with Vellie by email. Vellie was very informative and we had a great time with her. She put in the extra effort to meet us when our ship docked in a different place. It was indeed our favorite stop as part of a Caribbean cruise. I just wish we had more time to explore Nelson's Dockyard. We will have to come back someday.