Things To Do On Anguilla Island

October 7, 2013 - Blowing Point, Anguilla


So you thought long and hard about which island you would like to visit for your next Caribbean vacation and you chose Anguilla. Good choice. Although extremely small when compared to the other islands in the region, it still packs a punch. With somewhere around 12 miles of pure white sandy beaches and crystal clear and calm seas – it’s sure to be a vacation you will never forget. Not only that but a whole lot of well known celebrities are known to frequent this tiny little Caribbean paradise. So keep reading to see what type of fun Caribbean activities awaits you on here on Anguilla.

Enjoy the Coral Beaches:

What would a Caribbean island be without beautiful white sandy beaches? Fortunately for you, you chose Anguilla and here they have some of the most spectacular coral beaches you have ever seen. Don’t miss out on Shoal Bay, Meads Bay and Long Bay – three of the most renowned beaches on the island. Walk the beaches, go for a swim or just lay back and relax in your hammock while soaking up the sun.

Go Diving:

The Caribbean is an internationally renowned diving destination and Anguilla is no exception to this. Off course you can dive around stunning coral reefs found in the waters just off the coast but Anguilla has some of the very best marine parks in the entire region so why not scuba dive or snorkel there? The marine parks of Anguilla offers everything from stunning underwater canyons and caves filled with colorful tropical fish species. Swim amongst nurse sharks and manta rays at Stoney Bay and Sandy Island. If you don’t have any diving experience and would like to try it out then take lessons from qualified diving instructors. Night time dives are truly incredible and can easily be arranged at any of the marine parks here.

Play A Few Rounds Of Golf:

Anguilla is home to one of the best golf courses in the world. The 18 hole championship level course was designed by Greg Norman himself and it sits along the southern coast of Anguilla overlooking numerous breathtaking landscapes of the Caribbean coast. You can even have a very clear view of nearby St Maarten island at hole 11.

Island Hop:

It would be a shame to visit the Caribbean and only see one island. Luckily many of the islands here are situated close to one anther so it’s not uncommon for tourists to go on day trip to other nearby islands. Some of the islands close to Anguilla includes places such as Prickly Pear and Sandy Island – all within easy reach (less than 30min by boat) which will give you plenty of time to enjoy an entire day on any of these islands.

Try Out Watersports:

Watersports are one of the things that makes the Caribbean such a popular destination. Even if you’re not the active type – you should at least try it out. Choose from windsurfing, big game fishing, parasailing or even water skiing. The options are endless and lessons can be arranged from any of the watersport business operating on the island.


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