Barbuda is part of a three-island state with Antigua and Redonda in the north-eastern Caribbean. In Barbuda you will see an island that is unspoilt by tourism. It is renowned for its beaches which are natural, miles long and sprinkled with pink sand. The capital of Barbuda is Codrington. Barbuda is 15 miles long and 8 miles wide, and mostly very rocky and flat. Much of the island is covered in bush and there are unmarked roads and tracks to the beaches.
Barbuda has the deep blue Atlantic on one side with wild beaches full of driftwood and shells and the calm Caribbean Sea on the other, perfect for swimming and snorkeling, with plenty of opportunities to see turtles and many varieties of tropical fish undisturbed in the turquoise water. Barbudans are helpful and friendly people. The domestic affairs of Barbuda is run by an elected council.