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In the Eastern Caribbean lies the intriguing destination of Anguilla, with an endless summer and one of the Caribbean’s best kept secrets. 

Anguilla may be one of the smaller islands in the Caribbean but has become an oasis for all types of travellers from families, couples and solo travellers. 


Stunning sunrises and shimmering sunsets are only part of what make Anguilla special. The dazzling beaches are the islands biggest draw, with 33 beaches of powdery white sand and turquoise waters. With the island only being 16 miles long and 3 miles wide, you will never be far from a beautiful stretch of sand. The most popular beaches are Shoal Bay, Meads Bay and Rendezvous Bay. Many beaches host bars and restaurants, as well as places to rent snorkel equipment or try your hand at other water sports like wake boarding, sailing or paddle boarding. Anguilla is home to a huge range of coral life and boasts seven underwater marine parks, a remarkable conservation effort is underway with several shipwrecks sunk intentionally to form artificial reefs as a wealth of marine life have made the island their home, turtles, rays, eels, barracudas and sharks can all be spotted here. 


Anguillan cuisine is heavily influenced by local and global cuisines such as native Caribbean, African along with various European cuisines. Enjoy fine dining with highlights being the queen conch carpaccio, red snapper or the whole grilled Anguillan lobster, do not forget to try the local dishes, like Johnnycakes or the crayfish (locals claim they are better than lobster). Dining out is an event in Anguilla with the most unassuming roadside barbecue likely to be grilling lobster and crayfish along with the usual chicken and ribs. 


Dating back to 1787, the Marshmallow pink Wallblake House is believed to be the oldest building on the island and is one of the few plantations in the Caribbean that the entire complex of buildings to have survived. Visit the solitary Museum to learn of the history of the Island. One of the oldest caves in the Western Hemisphere is on the island, The Fountain along with the Cavannagh and Katouche Caves that will leave you with unforgettable memories of Anguilla. 


Make sure to visit the tiny off-island cays of Anguilla, like Scilly Cay, Prickly Pear or Sandy Island withs it one restaurant that serves up some fresh seafood and ice-cold drinks. As night falls Anguilla’s water glow cobalt and purple which brings out marine life that lies low during the day, the perfect opportunity to grab a paddle and kayak, be careful of the famed ballyhoo fish, who have a habit of jumping into kayaks. 


Sandy Ground is the go-to area for nightlife on the island, with a high concentration of bars to try the rum cocktails like Scilly Cay Rum Punch, Anguilla Secret Recipe Rum Punch or the Elvis Beach Bar Rum Punch to name a few. 


There is lots more to do in Anguilla for everyone to enjoy, like play golf on the course designed by Greg Norman with many of the holes being on the water. If you travel in August, it is carnival season so expect a huge party with parades, fireworks and plenty of rum punch, as well as locals battling with each other in homemade wooden boats, which happens to be Anguilla’s national sport. 

Holidays To Anguilla

What is the weather in Anguilla

Anguilla has a tropical climate and is hot all year round with a slightly cooler period from December to April with the average temperature not dropping below 25°C. May to November is a lot hotter and the humidity is also higher, luckily the sea breezes are able to relieve a bit of the heat during the day. 


On average there is 8 hours of sunshine all year round and the sea temperature does not fall below 26°C perfect for swimming at any time of the year. The summers are unpredictable as the rains are quite irregular, usually short but heavy. 

When is the best time to travel to Anguilla

We recommend visiting during the months of December to April, particularly February and March as these are the driest months with the temperatures being slightly cooler as well. June to November there is the risk of tropical storms and hurricanes especially from August to October.

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Explore Popular Islands

The Valley

Situated in the heart of Anguilla, The Valley serves as the island’s capital, hosting governmental and commercial activities, the Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, and the Anguilla Tourist Board. The town is also home to Wallblake House, a meticulously restored plantation house dating back to 1785, providing a captivating glimpse into Anguilla’s colonial legacy.


Venturing towards Crocus Hill leads to the charming district known as The Old Valley, showcasing various architectural gems from Anguilla’s history. Ebenezer’s Methodist Church, Miss Marjorie’s House, The Warden’s Place, Rose Cottage, and other elegant structures stand as enduring reminders of Anguilla’s rich and beautiful past.

West End

The West End stands as the focal point of Anguilla’s tourism sector, housing several of the island’s esteemed five-star resorts, including the Four Seasons Resort & Residences, Aurora Anguilla Resort and Golf Club, Malliouhana, An Auberge Resort, Altamer, and Cove Castles.


This area is also the birthplace of Anguilla’s culinary reputation, championed by iconic restaurants like Blanchards, and complemented by establishments such as Jacala, Mangos, and Straw Hat.

Blowing Point

Serving as the primary gateway for many visitors to Anguilla, the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal welcomes arrivals via public or private ferries from St. Martin/Sint Maarten. Adjacent to this terminal, Blowing Point beach is not only a prominent location but also home to one of the island’s most favored attractions—the Dolphin Discovery program.

Eastern End

Emerging swiftly as an alternative tourism hub to the West End, the eastern part of the island undergoes rapid development. With the stunning Shoal Bay East beach as its centerpiece, recent additions to the area include the Zemi Beach House Resort & Spa and Manoah Boutique Hotel in the past two years. Pioneering the way were tourism establishments like Shoal Bay Villas and Serenity Cottages, setting the stage for the rise of popular restaurants, beach bars, and a day spa in the region.

Island Harbour

Nestled on the eastern end of Anguilla, the charming fishing village of Island Harbour boasts a picturesque scene with vibrant boats anchored in its sheltered cove. Extending towards the conch-adorned isle of Scilly Cay, the fishing pier offers a delightful view. Stand at the pier’s end, wave your arms, and a small dinghy will ferry you to the island for a spectacular lunch accompanied by potent rum punch. Children playfully leap and fish from the pier, while their parents attend to boats and the day’s fresh catch.

Offshore Cays

Anguilla lays claim to six nearby islands, each with its distinct charm: Scrub Island, Sombrero, Dog Island, Sandy Island, Prickly Pear, and Anguillita. For those seeking an immersive maritime experience, numerous tour companies provide enticing “Anguilla by Sea” excursions. These excursions invite you to explore one or more of these captivating islands, offering a day filled with opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and indulging in delectable cuisine against the backdrop of the azure waters. It’s a splendid way to embrace the beauty of Anguilla’s surrounding isles and revel in the delights of the UK-accented Caribbean experience.

Featured Places to Stay

Shoal Bay Villas

Shoal Bay Villas, nestled along the pristine shores of Shoal Bay East in Anguilla, offers a luxurious retreat for discerning travelers. This idyllic beachfront property boasts a collection of elegant villas, providing a perfect blend of comfort and sophistication. The accommodations are well-appointed, featuring spacious layouts, modern amenities, and private balconies or patios that open up to breathtaking views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea.


Guests at Shoal Bay Villas can relish the tranquility of the white sandy beach right at their doorstep. The inviting waters of Shoal Bay East are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or simply soaking up the sun. The resort’s attentive staff ensures a seamless and personalized experience, catering to the needs and desires of each guest.

Sunset Photo Cruise

Nestled on the pristine shores of Meads Bay in Anguilla, The Beach House Villa stands as an epitome of luxury and serenity. This exclusive beachfront retreat offers a harmonious blend of contemporary elegance and Caribbean charm. The villa, overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, presents a haven of relaxation and indulgence.


The Beach House Villa on Meads Bay features exquisite design, seamlessly integrating modern amenities with the natural beauty that surrounds it. Guests are treated to spacious, well-appointed accommodations with private terraces or balconies that capture panoramic views of the beach and the azure sea.

Malliouhana, an Auberge Resort on Meads Bay

Perched majestically on the pristine shores of Meads Bay in Anguilla, Malliouhana, an Auberge Resort, epitomizes Caribbean luxury. This exclusive retreat seamlessly blends modern sophistication with the charm of Anguillian hospitality, offering an unparalleled experience for discerning travelers.


Malliouhana’s architecture is a harmonious dance between contemporary design and the natural beauty of its surroundings. The resort boasts a collection of beautifully appointed rooms and suites, each providing breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Private terraces and balconies offer intimate spaces to soak in the tranquil ambiance.

Quintessence Hotel: A Tropical Grand Mansion

Nestled in the heart of Long Bay in Anguilla, Quintessence Hotel stands as a tropical grand mansion, redefining the concept of luxury accommodation in the Caribbean. This opulent retreat seamlessly blends modern elegance with timeless Caribbean charm, offering a haven of sophistication and tranquility.


Quintessence Hotel boasts an exquisite collection of suites, each meticulously designed to provide an unparalleled level of comfort and style. The grand mansion architecture, adorned with vibrant tropical foliage, creates an enchanting atmosphere for guests seeking a refined escape.

James Place Apartments

Nestled in the heart of Anguilla, James Place Apartments offers a charming and comfortable retreat for those seeking a home-away-from-home experience on this idyllic Caribbean island. Conveniently located, the apartments provide easy access to local attractions, pristine beaches, and vibrant cultural experiences.


Each apartment at James Place is thoughtfully designed with modern amenities, creating a welcoming and cozy atmosphere for guests. The well-appointed accommodations cater to various needs, making them suitable for solo travelers, couples, or families looking for a more intimate and personalized stay.

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Eat & Drink


Anguilla’s upscale dining venues, ranging from iconic classics to innovative newcomers, have garnered global acclaim among culinary enthusiasts. The island boasts a rich culinary heritage, evident in its indigenous epicurean talent. Locals and international food enthusiasts alike were savoring delectable conch and fish soups from a humble food truck long before this trend swept through metropolitan centers. Today, a cadre of sophisticated homegrown chefs, combined with the expertise of acclaimed international culinary maestros, dazzles diners across the island, earning Anguilla the prestigious title of the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean.”



The island’s discreet elegance, endless coastlines, upscale resorts, and luxurious villas have secured it a prominent position on the Caribbean’s “hot” list. However, it’s the diverse array of over 100 restaurants that has propelled the island into the culinary spotlight. This laid-back enclave showcases its authentic flavor through 5-star restaurants, charming cafes, beachside joints, food trucks, and extravagant resorts. Internationally acclaimed and local chefs collaborate to craft a fusion of global and island-style cuisine. With world-class wine cellars and beach bars playing reggae tunes while serving Perrier Jouet by the glass, the island has redefined dining. Truly delectable food isn’t just a part of the culture; it’s ingrained in the identity and daily life of this vibrant destination.


Embrace the sun-soaked days and balmy nights at the plethora of open-air beach bars. From the casual vibe of sand-between-your-toes establishments to those boasting dance floors, these venues offer a diverse range of experiences. Picture yourself sipping champagne poured by the glass or indulging in a whole bottle, all while the rhythm of music pulses through the air. Beach bars provide the perfect setting to unwind, socialize, and revel in the carefree atmosphere of coastal living. Whether you seek relaxation or a lively dance scene, these seaside gems cater to every mood and promise unforgettable moments under the sun and stars.



Ranked among the top ten globally and acclaimed as the finest in the Caribbean, Anguilla’s beaches boast a distinctive charm. While all adorned with silky white sands, each beach possesses a unique personality. Experience the breathtaking beauty of arcs like Mead’s Bay or uncover the seclusion of coves such as Little Bay, accessible only by boat.


In Anguilla, the water temperatures range between a comfortable 70ºF and 80ºF, creating an ideal environment for swimming. Most Anguillian beaches offer tranquility and calmness with gentle shoals. On occasion, the Atlantic side of the island produces surf, particularly during the winter months. While surf enthusiasts may not be guaranteed waves, wind and kite surfers can take advantage of favorable weather conditions in Anguilla throughout the year.


Beyond Anguilla’s legendary white-sand beaches lies a captivating world of rugged landscapes and diverse activities awaiting exploration. Venture away from the shore to embrace the island’s natural beauty through activities such as hiking, horseback riding, cycling, or scenic drives.


Lose yourself in the tranquility of nature, discovering hidden treasures that await amidst the lush surroundings. Anguilla invites you to immerse yourself in the essence of the island, where every step unveils a new facet of its captivating and unspoiled natural wonders.

Spa & Wellness

Feel the gentle breeze, bask in the sun, and immerse yourself in the tranquil turquoise waters of Anguilla, where nature tends to both mind and spirit. Elevating the experience further, the island is a haven for spa enthusiasts. Unwind at the exquisite Thai House Spa at Zemi Beach House, where a hammam and the signature Taino Bathing Ritual await.


Sorano Spa at Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club offers a world-class experience, including the Healing Waters Pool. Pamper yourself with an Old World Salt Scrub or Tropical Spice Body Polish at Cap Juluca, or succumb to the indulgent Double Rainbow Ritual at the Spa at Four Seasons Anguilla.


Sandy Ground sets the stage for lively nightlife on Anguilla. Experience the vibrant rhythm of soca and jazz at Johnnos or savor a laid-back atmosphere at the character-filled Elvis’ Beach Bar. SandBar brings sophistication with tapas and martinis, while Criss Conch Shack adds a fresh vibe to the strip. Yet, this is just a glimpse of the nightlife awaiting you at Sandy Ground.


For an elevated experience, head to the ocean-view Sunset Lounge at the Four Seasons Anguilla in the West End, offering Cuban cigars, fine champagne, and Asian-inspired small plates. On the East End, indulge in the swanky Rhum Room at Zemi Beach House, boasting an extensive selection of rums from around the world.


If the allure of cobalt pools or turquoise seas sparks your sense of adventure, indulge in thrilling activities like kiteboarding, windsurfing, waterskiing, or sailfish and catamaran sailing – all easily arranged. For an exhilarating experience, opt for tubing, banana boat rides, or high-speed adventures on a tiger or speed boat. Experienced Anguillian captains on deep-sea fishing charters will guide you through calm waters abundant with Wahoo, marlin, swordfish, and yellow and blackfin tuna, revealing some of the Caribbean’s finest fishing spots.

Embark on day cruising and sailing expeditions to explore Anguilla’s offshore cays or secluded beaches. Revel in the pristine beauty with onboard or shoreline picnics, sunset cocktail cruises, secluded snorkeling trips, and excursions to outer cays – offering a perfect blend of excitement and relaxation on the water.


The championship course at Aurora Anguilla Golf Resort & Spa, designed by Greg Norman, provides avid golfers with uninterrupted views at every hole, surrounded by the tranquility of Anguilla’s many attractions. The rental equipment, highly regarded by aficionados, ensures a top-notch golfing experience.


After a day on the greens, indulge in fine dining options at Aurora, making the ’19th hole’ a particularly rewarding experience. Golf enthusiasts looking to play the full 18 holes are encouraged to schedule a tee time for an unforgettable round.


Exploring Anguilla’s charming facets, from regal white luxury villas to vibrant fishing boats and idyllic coves with pelicans, is best experienced by sea. Day boats and leisurely sailing charters offer the perfect opportunity to discover offshore cays and secluded beaches, complete with options for a picnic lunch or a sunset cocktail. For a unique experience, book a leisurely sailboat and anchor down for a memorable sleepover at sea.


Numerous properties in Anguilla feature illuminated tennis courts for enthusiasts to enjoy. Even accommodations without on-site courts often have arrangements with nearby resorts. Additionally, visitors can book court time at the Anguilla Tennis Academy (ATA) in Blowing Point, a top-tier facility and non-profit organization. The ATA conducts year-round youth camps, ensuring that local youngsters, regardless of economic background, have access to tennis opportunities.


Shopping in Anguilla offers a diverse and eclectic experience, mirroring the island’s culinary richness. From couture and cultural items to artisanal and international products, shoppers can discover a wide array of unique treasures.


The selection includes fine jewelry, gourmet foods, spirits, designer beachwear, elegant resort wear, and more. While the island initially had only a handful of souvenir shops complemented by scattered art galleries, the rise of luxury tourism has fueled a demand for increased diversity and sophisticated shopping options.


Explore Anguilla’s natural splendor, historical traces, and cultural landmarks, scattered across the island. While maps available at hotels and the Anguilla Tourist Board outline key attractions, guided tours offer an immersive experience of these locales.


Whether you’re interested in cultural explorations, eco-tourism, bird watching, vibrant nightlife, or any other pursuits, Anguilla has diverse answers to satisfy a broad spectrum of “Can I see/do/learn” inquiries.