About Barbuda

Barbuda is an un-spoilt Caribbean island that has voided the negative aspects of mass development.  In short, it’s a blank canvas in one of the most stunning locations in the world.  A favorite destination of Diana, Princess of Wales, Barbuda remains one of the Caribbean’s best kept secrets and is only accessible by daily direct flights from nearby Antigua (15 minutes).  Surrounded by miles upon miles of pink sandy beaches, Barbuda offers complete seclusion for those seeking privacy.  The recent investment made by Robert De Niro and James Packer underlines the massive amount of potential the island has to offer.  Land ownership on the island is leasehold.

Pink Sand

Miles of Pink Sand Beaches with no one around. Complete seclusion.

Development Opportunity

We are one of the first development companies to have been approved as a Citizenship By Investment Project in Barbuda.

Land Ownership Leasehold

In Barbuda the method of obtaining property is by way of long term (99 year) leases.

Things To Do

17 Mile Beach

Located on the sister-island of Barbuda. Here you have found paradise. All the peace and solitude you want is waiting for you. Catch a boat or catamaran to bring you here for the afternoon. The longest beach of the Caribbean that is often completely deserted. Seventeen miles of unspoilt, picture perfect beauty. The breathtaking 17 miles pink sand beach is Barbuda’s trade mark and just one of many pristine beaches that await you.

Frigate Bird Sanctuary

Barbuda’s Frigate Bird Sanctuary is located in the island’s northwestern lagoon and is accessible only by boat. The sanctuary contains over 170 species of birds and is home to over 5,000 frigate birds. Fregata magnificens, the most aerial of waterbirds, possesses the largest wingspan (four to five feet) in proportion to its body size of any bird in the world. It is also known as the man o’ war bird, and the comparison to warships is a particularly apt one–with its superior size and flight capabilities, the frigate bird harasses less agile flyers like pelicans, egrets, and cormorants until they drop their catch. The male frigate is marked by its red throat pouch, which it can inflates as part of its courtship behaviour and as a defensive display. Courting takes place in the fall, and chicks hatch late in the year.


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Darby’s Cave

Three and half miles north-east of Codrington is Darby Cave, a spectacular sink hole in the middle of the Highlands. It is well worth a visit to see the huge deep hole suddenly appear in front of you and wonder how it got there – the tops of tall palm trees are suddenly at eye level! Darby Sink Hole is over three hundred feet in diameter and around seventy feet deep. One side of the hole has been greatly undercut and stalactites up to eight feet long have formed under the overhang. The vegetation resembles a mini rainforest with palms, ferns, and lianas.

Horse Back Riding

Saddle up!  Enjoy the breath-taking views and majestic scenery of this incredible island paradise.  Ride early in the cool morning air, or later in the day to enjoy the sunset. There’s plenty of time for pictures as your guide leads you to the most scenic and exotic locations.  A ride atop one of these magnificent creatures in one of the most beautiful places on earth may take you on a spiritually rejuvenating journey of inner-peace and re-connection with mother nature.