How do you fancy having an opportunity to feed one of the planet’s oldest living animals?
You can do this in Antigua, on Laviscount Island, home and sanctuary to the Giant Aldabra Tortoise. These amazing animals can weigh over 600lbs and live for up to 200 years! If you are a nature lover, then this is an experience you must encounter, to get up close with one of these creatures, as you feed them their daily delicacy of carrot sticks!
Giant Aldabra Tortoise on Laviscount Island, Antigua
This date with nature begins when you hop on a very comfortable boat that zips you over from mainland Antigua to Laviscount Island in just under 5 minutes!
Mini boat that takes you to Laviscount Island from Antigua
The Giant Aldabra Tortoise shares their Laviscount Island Sanctuary in Antigua with Iguanas, Parrots and other tropical birds!
After you’ve interacted with the animals you can follow the trail with your tour guide to a breezy part of the island that offers soothing ocean views and also purpose built wooden chairs where you can sit; rest and take in the tropical island breeze.
Laviscount Island tours start from 9:00 am - 11:00 am and again from 1:00PM and at 3:00PM