Where is Anguilla?
Anguilla, the most northerly of the Leeward Islands is just 16 miles long and three miles wide. Miles of pristine white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters surround this Caribbean paradise. The reef system provides excellent diving and snorkeling. The impressive number of shipwrecks has earned Anguilla the reputation of the “Wreck Dive Capital of the Caribbean”.
Dining in Anguilla
Known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, Anguilla has over 100 + restaurants from Beachside bistros to roadside BBQs to fine dining with a delectable variety of cuisines. Some of these are: Anguillian, Caribbean, Mexican, French, Italian, Pan-Asian, Japanese, American and Eclectic.
Anguilla has over 33 pristine white beaches with crystal clear waters.
80°F monthly mean temperature, water temperatures generally range between 70°F and 85°F.
Most major credit cards and debit cards are widely accepted | MasterCard | Visa | Amex |
The Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) is the basic currency, and the United States Dollar is widely accepted throughout Anguilla.
ATM’s Currency Dispensed
ATMs island-wide dispense both XCD and USD. ATMs accept Visa, MasterCard, and Cirrus.
Driving in Anguilla
Driving is on the left-hand side of the road, and a local driver’s license is required which is provided by your local vehicle rental agent. See Driving in Anguilla Guide
Nearest International Airport
The nearest international gateways are St. Maarten/Martin (7 minute flight), San Juan, Puerto Rico and Antigua (1 hour ﬂight).
A US $20 departure tax applies to all tourists departing from Anguilla, whether by plane or ferry. There is no charge for children under twelve years old. The departure tax for day trips to surrounding islands is US $8 for trips through Blowing Point Ferry Terminal.
A passport is required when traveling to Anguilla. Some territories may require a visa.
Standard voltage in Anguilla is 110v.