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Maybe one of the most intriguing things about Anguilla is that it is hard to tell if it is underrated and underestimated, or if it actually attracts the attention deemed to it. It is a small island – a tiny speck found at the Caribbean in the British West Indies territory – with only 35 square miles as its total land area, and yet it devours the attention of people and garners titles close to man's description of Paradise. Refreshing could describe this destination, its lack of modern developments like casinos or nightclubs are rare and new to tourists. Aside from this, the country maintains its charming 'old soul' vibe, keeping tabs with its clapboard shacks and Caribbean tradition. What's more is that the vacationists are not imposed to making their holidays a one-track affair: Anguilla may be viewed as a blank canvass where one can freely design how his or her vacation will go. So, what are you waiting for? Go crazy and enjoy this beautiful island and get your vacation high that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Beaches in Anguilla – The tropical climes, the pristine beaches, and the fine white sand at the coasts of Anguilla lure tourists to visit this island nation of some 14,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most sought after destinations available in the islands. With over 33 beach fronts covering the vast shores and the lush palms providing shades for visitors, a trip here will give tourists a slice of heaven.

Food choices in Anguilla - Aside from the beach and the expected road trips along the coastal roads enjoying the air and checking on the sunrise or the sunset, travellers will find an irresistible mix of savoury cuisine introduced by the Creoles and the fusions that have inspired and influenced their way to every man's stomach. Check on the Fusion restaurant of Hibernia with its unique attached art gallery, the 'Cuisine of the Sun' found in Veya, and Da'Vida's lofty enterprise by the shores of Crocus Bay. Other restaurants include the English Rose, SandBar, Koal Keel, and Palm Groove.

Touring Anguilla – Travellers sometimes opt to check on a place from the outside to the inside, detaching themselves and looking at a vantage point where they could really check the scenery and enjoy the wonderful place. This can be done in Anguilla, where water tours around the island are frequent. See the island's beauty from the outside and wonder how such elegance fitted to such a small place.

Again, for what it's worth, one visit to Anguilla should not be limited to what your friendly neighbourhood travel guide suggests. Go crazy, create your own trips, and have a blast.

How to get around within Anguilla

The island of Anguilla is small enough to be driven around, with decently paved roads and a few roundabouts and stop lights. Drivers sit on the left side of the car, so remember to keep left and give way to the right. Taxi cabs do not have meters, although prices are set depending on the distance, and the time of the travel. Ask locals first before taking the cab to make sure of the price range. More so, cars, bikes, and mopeds can all be rented from authorised rental agencies serving the island. Check on the price range as well, since tourists tend to get charged more.

How to get there

Anguilla is primarily served by the Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, formerly known as the Wallblake Airport. Daily flights between Anguilla to Puerto Rico, Antigua and Barbuda, U.S Virgin Islands, and the island of St. Martin are all available via Cape Air, LIAT, Tradewind Aviation, and Winair, whilst charter flights are served by Anguilla Air Services, Rainbow International Airlines, St. Barth Commuter, and Trans Anguilla Airways to various cities and countries in North and South America, even as far as Europe and Africa, as well as the other Caribbean nations. Although if coming outside of the countries mentioned or from further areas such as the Asian and Australian regions, travellers are advised to take stops in the airports mentioned then take connecting flights or charter flights to Anguilla.  

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