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Devil's Bridge

Near north east shore, Antigua
+1 268-786-4734
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Limestone arches formed by seawater erosion, this natural landmark is rumored to have been the site of mass suicides of slaves during slavery times.
  • Excellent44%
  • Very good36%
  • Average17%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“waves crashing” (25 reviews)
“natural wonder” (18 reviews)
“commit suicide” (16 reviews)
Near north east shore, Antigua
+1 268-786-4734
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Devils Bridge was a nice historic sight to visit. Very rocky when walking have to be careful. A very picturesque photo opportunity. I would recommend you stop by and see the bridge.

Thank Tri-Tri10
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful natural bridge where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet. Our guide told us in the 1600's the slaves used to jump off here in the hopes of swimming back to Africa. It is a bit slippery, but very breathtaking seeing the waves come up over...More

Thank spoiledrotten1
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is worth the walk if you are close enough, or even a drive. The formation is like nothing I have ever seen before and is just so amazing to see in person.

Thank Steve D
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went after reading the reviews. Yes, it has a sad history and probably is worth visiting if you are near there, perhaps at the stingrays however there really isn’t much to see. We walked across it a few times and it seemed far from...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great place definitely recommend it the band was great overall very nice views are amazing Sunday's are the best to go you can see the sunset

Thank 75squad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I walked here from Long Bay beach. The walk is recommended in the morning before the heat and sun are at their highest! It is a beautiful area in general. The rock formation was interesting to see. We were not brave enough...More

Thank shannyann
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

This was a big hit with my teenagers cause it was like a trip on a roller coaster ride if u want to cross this bridge.The bridge is a rock formation with waves gushing on both sides and slippery floors. It was so fascinating.. There...More

Thank trinigirl32
Reviewed 20 August 2017

The waves crash through the porous rocks to create streams of water fountains. The rocks themselves are razor sharp so wear sensible footwear. It's not so much the devil's bridge that i found interesting rather the beautiful coastal scenery and aqua clear seas. There are...More

Thank machinmad
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Beautiful views. Was told by tour guide this is where slaves jumped get away from their lives on the plantation. So sad. Wear comfortable non slip shoes. It is quite rocky.

Thank M E
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Nice spot for an hour or two. Don't risk crossing the bridge because if you go in, you are NOT getting out! My place to run to first thing in the morning whilst on holiday.....stunning!

Thank Gregcauser
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