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anguilla caribbean

The tiny island of Anguilla is the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands in the Caribbean.

A British crown territory, the island is just sixteen miles long, three miles wide and shaped like an eel - or anguilla in Spanish.  Thirty three powdery white beaches surround the island of Anguilla. These beaches are made from crushed coral – and are notably softer than the grainy volcanic sand on many Caribbean beaches.

Anguilla is a firm favourite with those in the know as it conjures a sense of deep quiet and relaxation, as befits this laid-back and sleepy backwater.  It also just happens to have some of the region's finest beaches and is now home to arguably the best new hotel in the Caribbean: Viceroy Anguilla

We recommend visiting from December through to May.

Other island options in the Caribbean

Also worth considering:  Mayan Riviera, Mexico  Whilst this is not technically a Caribbean destination, the sea along the Riviera is most definitely the Caribbean.

Sailing the Caribbean

We also have a fabulous selection of luxury yachts, catamarans and motor cruisers availabe for hire in the Caribbean, including the BVI and Barbados.  Please ask for details.

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Weather and seasons

Anguilla receives the most visitors in February, with the peak travel season kicking off in late December for the Christmas & New Year's holidays. High season travel continues through to April.   Although June to November is considered to be hurricane season with the hottest temperatures, the weather is known to be fairly accommodating with the high humid temperatures kicking in from September through to November.

Everything else

  • Flying time from London:  With no direct flights to Anguilla, visitors from the UK tend to fly via Antigua (British Airways and Virgin Atlantic) and then make the local transfer by LIAT or on a small charter plane.  London to Anguilla is 10-12 hours (including a stopover in Antigua). Viceroy Anguilla is just 15 minutes from the airport.
  • Currency:  The Eastern Caribbean Dollar, but the US Dollar is accepted pretty much everywhere.
  • Language:  English
  • Visa requirements:  Visas are not required if you have a valid UK Passport
  • Time difference:  GMT - 4



viceroy anguilla

viceroy anguilla

anguilla, caribbean    7 nights from £1,895

Anguilla's newest and most luxurious resort, Viceroy Anguilla, is set on a bluff in 35 acres of lush tropical gardens with half a mile of ocean frontage along both Barnes and Meads Bay. Perfect for honeymooners, friends or families; there's an accommodation option to suit all.