Anguilla is a small treasure in the northern Caribbean. Serene and secluded, it is a flat island with almost no hills and well known for its expansive coral reefs, private bays, turquoise blue ocean, breathtaking large white sand beaches and wonderful and varied Caribbean cuisine. The island combines the colonial tradition of the Caribbean with a contemporary way of life. Holiday travelers will find delectable restaurants and friendly locals on this beautiful Caribbean island.
A British Overseas Territory, the island is sixteen miles in length and nearly three miles wide at its widest point. Friendly Anguillians are proud to welcome you to their home. Anguilla is not just home to some of the most breathtaking beaches, stunning resorts and delectable dining in the world; it is a cultural hub in the Caribbean with sites and historic landmarks dedicated to its heritage. The Anguilla National Trust, part of the local Anguilla government, makes these sites readily available for the enjoyment and education of all visitors.
With its historic sites and museums, art galleries, world class diving, duty free shopping, snorkelling and sailing, Anguilla will captivate you with its Caribbean charm. Every activity that is available on Anguilla can be arranged for you through your hotel concierge.
Passports are required for travel to Anguilla by most countries.