Best known for its pristine white sand beaches, Anguilla offers the luxuries of a popular tourist destination with the quiet, laid back nature of the East Caribbean. Cape Air offers seasonal service December - May with two flights daily from San Juan to Anguilla.
- Fly Cape Air between San Juan and Anguilla - choose from two daily flights between Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport in Anguilla.
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Hotels: Lodgings in Anguilla range from affordable locally owned inns to high end resorts. Hotels are often the least expensive in spring and summer, and some locally owned hotels can offer extra discounts if you contact them directly. Families may want to look into condo rentals, which are more private and often have full kitchens. Before planning your vacation, check out the Anguilla Tourist Board’s Summer Prixe Fixe & Beyond for additional savings in the summer and fall that provide access to some of the best restaurants in the Caribbean.
Nightlife: Whether you’re looking for a jazz club, a barefoot beach bar, or a night club, there is plenty of nightlife to discover, and the fun often lasts until the early hours of the morning. Many hotels have live music on weekend nights, but you may also want to visit Elvis’ Beach Bar and try the local rum punch.
Activities: The list of water sports available on Anguilla’s many beaches is virtually endless, including: kayaking, tubing, water skiing, parasailing, snorkeling, diving, sailing and fishing. The trade winds have made wind and kite surfing popular pastimes on the island. For a more relaxing afternoon, the uncrowded beaches are the perfect spot to sunbathe or read a good book. Day cruises will take you around the island to explore different bays and coves, some with glass bottoms so you can view the wildlife below.
There is plenty to do on land as well. Take a taxi tour, hit the links at the Temenos Golf Course, or travel the island by bicycle or horseback. Anguilla Access gives 3 hour cultural tours of the island during which you can learn about broom making, stop at local shops, and try genuine island foods.
Events: Festivals and music shows exhibit the culture of Anguilla-- a unique blend of British and African heritage. For ten days at the beginning of August, Carnival features all day music, partying, parades, and local fare, all culminating in an exciting wooden boat race.