Anguilla is renowned for its impressive and economically significant coral reefs, as well as the surrounding crystal clear blue waters, ideal for the ultimate diving experience. Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory in the Eastern Caribbean. It is one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands situated about 10 miles north of St. Martin/Maarten and 200 miles east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The island is home to seven marine parks including Dog Island, Prickly Pear, Seal Island Reef System, Little Bay, Sandy Island, Shoal Bay Harbour Reef System, and Stoney Bay Marine Park.
Excellent visibility is the norm as the waters surrounding Anguilla are quite unpolluted, so diving here is really exceptional and definitely worth a visit once in your lifetime!
Shoal Bay Scuba
Special D Diving
Vigilant Divers Anguilla www.vigilant.webeden.co.uk
Country Cottage www.countrycottageanguilla.com
K's Kove www.axa-villas.com
Lloyd's B&B www.lloyds.ai
Allamanda Beach Club www.allamanda.ai
C Breeze Inn www.cbreeze.ai
FerryBoat Inn www.ferryboatinn.ai
Milly's Inn www.millysinn.ai
La Palma www.inns.ai/lapalma
Patsy's Seaside Villas www.inns.ai/patsys
Seaview Apartments www.inns.ai/seaview
Maria’s Beach Apartments www.inns.ai/maria
Anguilla is a year-round tropical destination. The island experiences warm and dry temperatures year-round. The summer sees fewer visitors and is the cheapest time to visit. Much of the spring and fall provides a mix of pleasant weather, fewer crowds and lower prices.
There are many options for getting here. Anguilla’s International Airport is Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport (Airport Code AXA). It can be reached from neighboring Caribbean islands Puerto Rico, St. Maarten/Martin, Antigua and St. Kitts with Liat Airlines (www.liat.com) as well as mainland United States through most major international carriers. Another option is taking the Public Ferry from St. Maarten/Martin to Anguilla. For all travel information visit the Anguilla Tourism Board website www.ivisitanguilla.com