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.
From London: 10-12 hours
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Not required if you have a valid UK passport
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.
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