Why Not Go?

Exclusive and chic are two words often used to describe the Caribbean island of Anguilla, which was voted as one of the "Top 10 Caribbean Islands" by USA Today in 2014. The island is known for high-end resorts, award-winning restaurants, and pristine beaches that attract those who expect nothing but the best. If you are willing to go the extra mile… more…

Best Time to Visit

When cooler temperatures begin to nip at residents of North America and… more…

Areas within Anguilla

Blowing Point

The Valley

Activities

The great thing about planning a trip to Anguilla is that the island is both laid back and active at once. Those who prefer to spend their days quietly sailing or on the beach will find what they are looking for, as will the vacationer who is always on the go, seeking out the best shopping deals and… more…

Diving

Anguilla is considered to be a great Caribbean locale to visit if you… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Renting a bike or moped is a wonderful way to sightsee… more…

Fishing

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Accommodations

All kind of travelers, from honeymooners and families to international film stars, travel to Anguilla to enjoy the quiet and seclusion of this small, peaceful island. Here you'll find world renowned hotels and resorts along with isolated villas and accommodating inns. Prospective vacationers have a number of resources for finding the accommodations that best fit their vacation style. If you have your heart set on a particular amenity, look to our Best Hotels For pages, which rank… more…

Hotels

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Eco Tourism

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Villa Complexes

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Snorkeling

As beautiful as the beaches of Anguilla are, would you believe that what lies beneath the surface of the sea may just be even more amazing? Just a few feet from the shore is a wondrous world filled with coral reefs, sunken ship wrecks, and curious fish all waiting for you to discover. Snorkeling… more…

Sailing & Boating

In addition to being one of Anguilla's most popular island pastimes,… more…

Fishing

As you sit on one of Anguilla's beaches, staring out at… more…

Diving

Anguilla is considered to be a great Caribbean locale to… more…

Cruises

Without rampant duty-free shopping and other tourist attractions, Anguilla is not among the most popular destinations for cruise liners in the Caribbean.… more…

Packing

If this is your first trip to the tropical island paradise of Anguilla, you may be wondering just exactly what to pack. The great thing about Anguilla is… more…

Beaches

Even in the Caribbean, where beaches rule, Anguilla's beaches are known for being the best of the best. Soft, brilliant-white sands stretch out against clear blue waters. While there are other things to do on the island, spending time in the sand and surf is the number-one reason to come here. In spite of Anguilla's small size, it boasts more than 30 spectacular beaches. All beaches are open to the public, though some of them can only be accessed by walking through hotels. The most… more…

Restaurants

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Natural Attractions

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Attractions

Beach-going is the main draw for many… more…

Clothing

Choosing the right items to bring on your tropical vacation to Anguilla… more…

Currency

When traveling to a foreign country, it's important to understand the… more…

Crime

Although travelers should never fail to be aware of the threat and danger… more…

Culture

Anguilla's culture has been shaped by… more…

Electricity

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Events & Festivals

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Transportation

Situated just north of the significantly busier St. Maarten, Anguilla… more…

Air Travel

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Ferries

Taking the ferry is a unique and charming way to navigate Anguilla's… more…

Rental Cars

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Sailing & Boating

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Taxis

Catching a cab is a good way to see the… more…

Food

Anguilla has over 70 restaurants serving various types of Caribbean and international cuisine. The island is well known for a number of restaurants, and internationally recognized wine cellars and chefs provide travelers with some of the region's finest culinary experiences. Although Anguilla is… more…

Budgeting

Anguilla can be one of the most expensive destinations in the Caribbean,… more…

Tipping

Leaving a tip usually reflects the quality of service… more…

History

Early European explorers could have easily overlooked… more…

Attractions

Beach-going is the main draw for many of Anguilla's visitors -- in fact, many consider Anguilla's beaches to be among the most beautiful in… more…

Landmarks

Anguilla is more than resort hotels and beautiful beaches.… more…

Beaches

Even in the Caribbean, where beaches rule, Anguilla's beaches are known… more…

Natural Attractions

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Weather

The weather in Anguilla is perfect almost all year long, which makes the island a popular vacation destination for thousands of sun-loving travelers. Tourists should expect great weather while visiting this gorgeous island, but should also be prepared for unexpected forecasts, like rainstorms. The warm tropical temperatures on the island are moderated by breezes from the northeast tradewinds. These refreshing currents make a hot day at the beach a little more comfortable, so you won't be overwhelmed… more…

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