Visit Anguilla

The spectacular coastline of Anguilla in the Caribbean.

The spectacular coastline of Anguilla in the Caribbean.

There is so much beauty and things to do while visiting Anguilla. It’s everything you would imagine the perfect Caribbean island to be.

Anguilla Island with its crystal clear blue waters and snow white sandy beaches has become the perfect laid back holiday destination in the Caribbean. It’s not only ideal for those in search of relaxation but also for water sports enthusiasts thanks to Anguilla’s endless supply of water sport activities. Some of the things to do in Anguilla includes kite surfing, boat racing, kayaking, surfing, sailing, fishing and of course scuba diving and snorkeling. Back on land there are scenic tours of the islands exquisite beauty, golfing, cave exploring, scenic hikes and horse riding. It’s hardly any wonder that Anguilla has become a popular and regular Caribbean holiday destination for so many celebrities. Then of course there are the beaches.. 33 of the most beautiful palm tree beaches for you to choose from. Some of the most popular beaches include Shoal Bay East, Barnes Bay, Cove Bay, Meads Bay Beach and Cap Julucu.

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Things to do on Anguilla

Regardless of what you prefer doing on your ideal vacation, Anguilla has it covered. From a wide range of outdoor activities to suite anyone to relaxing and doing nothing on some of the world’s most sought after beaches.

Anguilla Beaches

Spend time on world class beaches

Anguilla has 33 of the most breathtaking beaches to choose from. With its gentle breezes and palm tree lined white sandy beaches you will be able to relax and soak up the sun on some of the world’s best beaches. The waters are crystal clear and are ideal for swimming too. Take your snorkeling gear with you and you will be able to view some of the most colorful and stunning corals and tropical fish species too. After all, the beaches are the number 1 reason so many people love visiting Anguilla.


Experience various offshore islands

Day trips to various nearby islands are a great way to see multiple islands on your Caribbean vacation. There are numerous islands not far from Anguilla that you will be able to visit on everything from short half day outings to much longer seven day long trips. Some of these nearby island destinations include places such as St Maarten, St. Barthelemy, Saba and a few more. These outings are the best option for experiencing multiple Caribbean islands at an affordable rate.

Anguilla Boat Racing

Watch a boat racing event

Boat racing is the most popular thing you can do in Anguilla. It is the national sport in Anguilla and this popular sport takes place mostly during spring and summer months. Boat racing has been popular in Anguilla since 1918 and the majority of the races takes place in Crocus Bay region. It’s been attracting amateur and experienced sailboat enthusiasts from across the world and if you’re ever going to visit Anguilla during the boat racing season then be sure not to miss this event.

Anguilla Island

Cycle around the island

Renting a bicycle and going out to explore Anguilla is by far the best and most scenic way to explore the island. Bicycling is also an ideal option since Anguilla mostly consists of flat terrain so getting around will be easy. There are roads that travel around the outer ring of the island that are ideal for cycling and will give you stunning ocean views from the Anguilla coastline – an activity well worth doing.

The Best Time to Visit Anguilla

In order to get the best Anguilla package deals visit here between the months of March to August. The best weather and also the most expensive time to visit would be from December to April – although this period is peak season for the island.

More About Anguilla has a list of some of the most popular off island tour operators on their website.
The World Travel Guide has a more extensive list of things to do in Anguilla so be sure to check it out.
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