On Day 3 of the Royal Visit to the Caribbean, Prince Harry visited Barbuda, the sister island of Antigua. He toured a wildlife sanctuary, visited a primary school and a high school, and launched the Queen’s Commonwealth canopy in St. John’s before departing for St. Kitts.
Prince Harry arrived at on the Island of Barbuda by helicopter. His first engagement was at the Frigate Bird Sanctuary, he viewed Frigate Birds on a boat tour through the mangrove. Prince harry visited Trinity Primary School and Trinity Primary School. Prince Harry unveiled a plaque & helped to plant a tree at the Victoria Park Botanical Gardens in Antigua as part of the commonwealth project. Just before sunset, he boarded a boat to make his way towards St. Kitts.
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