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All About Anguilla

We've provided answers to an array of frequently asked questions below.

Why is Anguilla Special?

This breathtaking British Caribbean island calms your mind and lifts your spirits. Safe and welcoming. Upscale yet unpretentious. Only 16 miles long and just enough off the beaten path.  A truly bespoke and authentic escape. Learn how Anguilla has kept its residents and visitors safe during COVD-19.

Anguilla offers 33 distinctly spectacular beaches, of which Meads Bay Beach is a tranquil gem.

Here, toes sink into silken white sands while turquoise waters soothe away your cares. Explore underwater wonders and ancient caves. Hop a boat and play castaway on a nearby cay. 

Take an eight-minute Anguilla Airlines flight or 20-minute sea shuttle ride from St. Martin (SXM), or a 60-minute flight from Puerto Rico (SJU) to get here. 

The laid-back luxury is unblemished by casinos or cruise ships, so it feels like your own secret hideaway. Combine perfect weather with amazing people and mouth-watering sea-to-table restaurants. Everywhere you go you will be greeted with a warm smile, friendly wave and helping hand. You'll never be pressured by pushy vendors. Add in world-class golf and spas, a vibrant music and art scene, and plenty of surf and turf recreation for all ages.

What is Community Life Like in Anguilla?

As a developing nation, Anguilla’s community life is expanding rapidly. The island enjoys world-class telecommunications services and a growing infrastructure that includes public and private physicians, internationally accredited medical and dental facilities as well as public and private educational institutions at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. 

There are many social and sporting clubs and events as well as activities for the entire family that enhance the quality of life on Anguilla. A top of the line golf club, tennis facilities, a sailing school, dance and theatre groups, music programs, book clubs, continuing education classes, fine arts programs, beautification and environmental clubs, charity groups, Rotary Club, swimming programs, fitness centres, spa and wellness facilities, civic clubs, organized sports leagues (cricket, soccer, basketball, baseball, netball, volleyball) as well as a number of church groups will certainly provide interesting fun-filled activities for you and your family.

In addition, Anguilla’s proximity to its neighboring islands allows residents to enjoy day trips to St. Martin, Sint Maarten and St. Barths.


Anguilla’s average temperature is a perfect 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The island receives 35 inches of annual rainfall, mostly from September to November. Hurricanes are rare, but September and October are typically the most likely months for any activity.


Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory and country of laws. Its capital is The Valley.  



Primary Language



Eastern Caribbean Dollar, but the US dollar is widely accepted and many businesses list prices in US dollars.

Time Zone

Eastern Caribbean Time/Atlantic Standard Time.