Anguilla Travel Guide
Plan Your Anguilla Vacation
Peace, pampering, great food, and a wonderful local music scene are among the star attractions on Anguilla (pronounced ang-gwill-a). Beach lovers may become giddy when they first spot the island from the air; its blindingly white sand and lustrous blue-and-aquamarine waters are intoxicating. If you like sophisticated cuisine served in casually elegant open-air settings, this may be your culinary Shangri-la, or spend your time "liming," as Anguillians say. It means hanging out, relaxing with friends.
Tourism on Anguilla is a fairly recent phenomenon—most development didn't begin until the early 1980s. The lack of native... read more
Despite its small size, Anguilla has around 70 restaurants: stylish temples of haute cuisine; classic, barefoot beachfront... read more
Things To Do in Anguilla
Exploring on Anguilla is mostly about checking ... read more
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