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Anguilla Vacations

Discover 33 pristine beaches, view the most beautiful landscapes, or visit cultural landmarks. Anguilla boasts an extraordinary getaway for every traveler.
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Anguilla Vacations

White sand beaches. Sea-grape trees. Coconut palms. Endless sun and sea. If you’re seeking a picture-perfect Caribbean paradise, then you won’t be disappointed here. Once you get on island time, you’ll find a lot to do and explore—at your own leisurely pace, that is.  

Featured Anguilla Resorts

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    Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel, Anguilla
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    Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club
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    Anguilla Great House Beach Resort

What to Do in Anguilla

  • Shoal Bay East

    If it’s a calm atmosphere and clear waters you seek, Shoal Bay East is everything a Caribbean traveler could ask. Even in the height of high season, the setting is laid-back and quiet. This marvelous spot is a 2-mile stretch of shells and sand that offer unmatched beach time and stellar snorkeling.

  • Bankie Banx's Dune Preserve

    Even if you’ve never heard of local reggae star Bankie Banx, a visit to this special spot is worth your time! Here, Banx transformed shipwrecked boats, old coconut trees, and driftwood into every island-goer’s dream: a kind of giant tree house on the beach where you can eat, drink, and chill out. There’s regular live music and a unique atmosphere that will ensure you never, ever want to leave.
  • Sandy Island

    Take a quick boat ride (maybe longer if you encounter sea life!) to this solar-powered little islet and you’ll find beautiful sands that meet clear, sapphire waters—the definition of getting away from it all. You can fulfill a snorkeling dream and possibly encounter sea turtles amidst the coral. And there’s even an on-site restaurant that serves up sizzling fare for hungry beachgoers (there’s a bar, too, with plenty of cold rum cocktails).

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