Anguilla Travel Guide

Anguilla Sports & Activities

Anguilla's expanding sports options include an excellent golf course (at the CuisinArt Golf Resort), designed by Greg Norman to accentuate the natural terrain and maximize the stunning ocean views over Rendezvous Bay. Players say the par-72 course is reminiscent of Pebble Beach. Personal experience says bring a lot of golf balls! The Anguilla Tennis Academy, designed by noted architect Myron Goldfinger, operates in the Blowing Point area. The 1,000-seat stadium, equipped with pro shop and seven lighted courts, was created to attract major international matches and to provide a first-class playing option for tourists and locals.


Anguilla boasts seven marine park;. sunken wrecks; a long barrier reef; walls, canyons, and hulking boulders; varied marine life, including...


Anchor Miniature Golf. This new, tropical-themed 18-hole miniature golf course is fun for the whole family. There's an ice-cream parlor next...

Guided Tours

A round-the-island tour by taxi takes about 2½ hours and costs about $55 for one or two people, $5 for each additional passenger. Special-interest...

Horseback Riding

Seaside Stables. Ever dreamed of a sunset gallop (or slow clomp) on the beach? A bareback ocean romp is $125, private rides any time of day...

Sea Excursions

A number of boating options are available for airport transfers, day trips to offshore cays or neighboring islands, night trips to St. Martin...


Book A Trip



  • CARS

Trip Finder

Fodor's In Focus St. Maarten/St. Martin, St. Barth & Anguilla

View Details