Yes, we know you know where it is. But for many travelers, Barbuda remains an undiscovered island in the Caribbean, hidden in plain sight in the eastern corner of the region, despite being just a short plane ride or ferry away.
It’s got less than 2,000 people living on it, despite a rather large size of 62 square miles.
But what it’s got in a seemingly endless supply are miles and miles of perfect white sand beaches. It’s that nexus between small human population and large sand population that makes this sister isle of Antigua such an enchanting draw.
Here’s what it’s like to be there:
— Video by CJ Travel Editor Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon