Swarms of travelers gather each year to the enchanting Caribbean island of Anguilla offering pristine white beaches and a plethora of things to see and do. Located just east of Puerto Rico and north of Saint Martin, this destination is blessed with a tropical but dry climate and constant warm breezes, along with temperatures averaging around 80 degrees.
Nicknamed ”the cuisine capital of the Caribbean” discerning travelers will be quite eager to visit some of the most popular restaurants in Anguilla. The island offers more than 70 restaurants several boasting world-renowned chefs and many with a history of receiving prestigious accolades. Restaurants in Anguilla ultimately offer something for everyone: visitors may choose between romantic seaside restaurants, chic beachfront bistros or casual roadside grills.
Beaches in Anguilla are some of the most spectacular of the Caribbean. There are 33 beaches to choose from to make all sea-side vacationers happy. Rendezvous Bay, Cove Bay and Mead’s Bay offer long stretches of pristine sand, Limestone Bay, Scrub Island and Dog Island are hot spots for snorkeling, whereas Captain’s Bay and Junk’s Hole Bay are ideal for those looking for more remote destinations. All beaches in Anguilla are open to the public but some are accessed through hotels.
Other activities on land include horse-back riding, biking, hiking, bird-watching, golfing, visiting art galleries or simply, relaxing sipping rum while admiring the mesmerizing sunsets. Other points of interest that should also not be missed are the Heritage Museum Collection rich of artifacts and exhibits and the Wallblake House, the oldest plantation house on Anguilla, reminiscent of the late 1700’s .
For those who prefer to sit-back and have it all done, there are Anguilla activity packages that will offer a little bit of everything. With a treasure chest full of things to see and do, Anguilla activity packages may be a good solution for travelers looking for exhilarating activities and extra value.