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Fly To Anguilla The easiest way to get to Anguilla is to fly to the neighboring island of St. Martin (SXM) and than take the ferry to Anguilla.
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Anguilla Ferry Anguilla ferry boat service to and from Anguilla is convenient, simple and inexpensive.
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Anguilla Customs & Immigration All persons traveling to and from Anguilla must clear Customs & Immigration at either the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or at Clayton J.
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About Anguilla

Welcome to the beautiful Caribbean island of Anguilla!

Our secret jewel is now out in the open for you to enjoy! Anguilla shines as one of the most beautiful spots in the Caribbean. With majestic mountains (well not really!), romantic hidden beaches and intimate sunsets, its no wonder my little island is one of the top choices for destination weddings and other special events! The purpose of my lens is to share with you my lovely island of Anguilla and perhaps convince you to escape for a small sample of paradise on Earth!

Things to know before coming to Anguilla

Where to eat in Anguilla

For many people visiting the island the most difficult part of the trip is choosing which of the many restaurants they want to try. Since you won’t be able to experience them all in one trip it is important to learn a little about them before you visit so you know which ones will be the best to try first. Read More...

Hotels and Villas in Anguilla

As much as everyone would love to be incredibly wealthy and able to book the most expensive accommodations everywhere they go, this is simply not reality for most people. That’s why it is so important to be able to get an idea of what hotels are available at any given price range. Read More...

Anguilla Beaches

Anguilla is, simply put, a beach lover’s paradise! Voted the best beaches in the world by The Travel Channel, Anguilla boast 33 powder white, stunning beaches, each with its own personality and appeal. Read More...

Anguilla Festivals

There are many annual festivals which occur throughout the island for those who want to get a taste of the local customs and traditions while visiting. Read More...

Anguilla Map

Anguilla travel information, road maps, and dining map. All you need to explore this island paradise call Anguilla. Read More...

Anguilla Night Life

Reggae at The Pumphouse, Soca and Jazz at Johnno’s — get down, jump up, the village is abuzz with fun, laughter, dance and drink. Infused with personality, Elvis’ beach bar and Jacquie’s Ripples are great bites as well as great bars. Read More...

Getting Married In Anguilla

The government of Anguilla permits couples to marry on the island under the authority of a special license that takes 48 hours to process. It is recommended that couples arrive several days (at least 3 days) before the intended ceremony date to arrange paperwork. Read More...

Renting and Driving a Car in Anguilla

Driving is on the left, but most rental cars have steering wheels on the left-hand side. The speed limit is 30 mph. Read More...

Anguilla History

Christopher Columbus gave the small, narrow island its name in 1493 because from the distance it resembled an eel, or in Italian, Anguilla. It is also possible that French navigator Pierre Laudonnière gave the island its name from the French anguille. Read More...

Anguilla National Symbols

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