So much to do! If you’re into high energy activities, we have windsurfing, sailing, parasailing and more. Or if you just want to relax, you can go hiking or take tours of museums. Perhaps you just want to keep the kids entertained? Try horseback riding in the water or swimming with the dolphins. We have golf courses too, and being a Caribbean island, naturally we have world famous diving and snorkeling. Oh, and don’t forget, when you’re all finished for the day, Anguilla is known for it’s incredible dining. Check out all of the options below.
- Art Gallery Tours
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Horseback Riding
- Island Tours
- Museum Tours
- Scuba Diving
- Spa & Wellness
Art Gallery Tours
Boasting over a dozen art galleries and studios, Anguilla’s art scene is an ever-growing colony of renowned international and local artists whose creations come in paper, canvas, wood or stone form. Immerse yourself with a splash of color.
Exploring is easy! Grab a map and rent a mountain bike, with only one main road and easy to navigate side roads due to the flat terrain, take a relaxing ride and discover paradise at its best.
Deep Sea Fishing
In the deep waters, off the shores of Anguilla, you will be sure to find an abundance of fish from Wahoo and Marlin, to Swordfish and Yellow and Black Fin Tuna. Have an experienced captain take you out for a day of fun.
Temenos Golf Club, a golfer’s tropical oasis, offers stunning Caribbean views packaged with a challenging round of golf on Anguilla’s first 18-hole championship golf course. What a perfect way to hit a hole-in-one, or at least try to!
Hiking in Anguilla
Only 17 miles long and 3 miles wide at its widest point, Anguilla is full of excellent uninhabited areas for exploring. From roads to bush paths, and rocky cliff areas along the coast, you will keep entertained with a variety of sights.
Ride along the beach, or take a longer ride through the bush, you can even go swimming on horseback in the tropical sea. There are many different adventures that can be experienced in Anguilla by horseback.
Often these tours include sites such as the Wallblake House, an 18th century plantation home, and the Old Prison, or you can head out on the waters in a glass bottom boat for great views above and below the water.
Take a heritage or museum tour where you can view artifacts from the Arawak Indians or some of the most important documents and photographs in Anguilla’s history. Take a step back in time and learn the interesting facts and heritage that made Anguilla what it is today.
Sailing is not only Anguilla’s national sport, it is also one of the most popular things to do in the turquoise waters off Anguilla. There are several different kinds of boat charters, which means there’s something for everyone.
With seven marine parks containing a healthy reef system and numerous dive sites including a 960-ton Spanish galleon, scuba diving in Anguilla provides enjoyment for all levels. Pick from pre-packaged dives to custom building your own dive package.
Fringed by coral reefs with a number of small islets and cays, there is an abundance of common reef dwellers, in addition to a variety of fluorescent colored fish to be found in these waters. Explore on your own or join a tour!
Spa and Wellness
With a large focus on well being, Anguilla offers many exceptional spa services, either on-site or through a mobile service that comes to you. Enjoy a massage or a facial, or take a yoga class, there is something to fit everyone’s taste.
Want to hit a few balls? Whether you want to play tennis or learn how to play tennis, you can do so either in a resort, at one of the public tennis courts, or at the professional Anguilla Tennis Academy located in The Valley.
Gliding across the crystal waters offers an exhilarating experience. Rent windsurfing equipment or take a lesson to get started in one of the most popular non-motorized water sports in Anguilla.