The good news is that U.S. citizens traveling to Anguilla do not require a visa for either business or tourism purposes. Your nationality may require a visa for entry, if you aren’t sure, just contact our office and one of our agents will be glad to go over your individual circumstances regarding travel to Anguilla.
Anguilla is a jewel in the northern Caribbean and boasts beautiful white beaches with turquoise waters all around. Here are some of the top things to do in Anguilla.
Visit Sandy Ground
This is where the nightlife is. The village is a low-key, relaxing island area during the day and at night wakes up as beach bars, casual dining, dancing, and music abound.
For History and Architecture Buffs The Old Valley is a Must-See
There are a large number of structures to visit to view the architecture of yesteryear on the island. Some popular stops are Ebenezer’s Methodist Church, Miss Marjorie’s House, The Warden’s Place, Rose Cottage, and other beautifully constructed buildings.
The Highest Point on the Island is Crocus Hill
At a whopping 213 feet above sea level, this lookout area on Anguilla has a stunning view and is fantastic for viewing a beautiful sunset. For history buffs there is a great story where over sex hundred French soldiers were repelled by English settlers on the island in less than 15-minutes. in 1745.
Love to scuba dive or snorkel? This is the place for you. This is considered one of the best beaches in the world.
Take some time and spend the day in a fishing town that runs at island speed. There are opportunities for pier and on boat fishing.
Those are just a few of the fun things to take in on Anguilla, make sure your passport is ready to go and get ready to enjoy Anguilla.