Anguilla Holidays

Tranquility wrapped in blue

Where the big crowds and cruise ships don't venture, discover an island of peace and tranquillity. Spanning just 26 X 5 km, Anguilla is dotted with small town shops and quaint little beach bars alongside beautifully clear waters and soft white sands. A holiday in Anguilla is a welcome escape from the bustle of every day life.

Luxury holidays in Anguilla

An Anguilla holiday is not lacking in culture. There is nothing better than enjoying a cold beer, listening to the sound of reggae from the bar whilst everyone gathers around a smoky BBQ waiting to eat some of the freshest seafood you will find in the world! The standard of accommodation is fantastic meaning that if you want a break from exploring the island you can always chill out in the hotel and enjoy all the available amenities.

A holiday in Anguilla is the holiday of a lifetime. With a population of just over 13,000 people, you will not have a problem finding peace and tranquillity. Set amongst the beachfront shack bars and small town shops you will find several beautiful holiday resorts, each ready to make your Caribbean holiday dreams come true.

5 great reasons to holiday in Anguilla

  • Bring your snorkelling gear! Crystal clear waters make snorkelling in Anguilla a true spectacle. 
  • Attend the ’Tranquillity Jazz, Golf & Wine Festival’ as well as one of many Reggae festivals!
  • Heratige Collection is an amazing little museum that has been thoughtfully designed and built. 
  • Rendezvous is one of the best beaches on the island
  • Aficionados of history might want to check out Wallblake House, one of the oldest buildings on Anguilla

Things to do in Anguilla

Temenos Golf Club is a great course for experts and beginners alike. Although the course is rather testing, with various water hazards and occasional strong winds, the views are spectacular and the service is phenomenal. You will be greeted by a smiling member of staff with a refreshing, cool towel at 2 points during your round (after nine holes and at the end of your round). The clubhouse is both large and beautiful and the course is never overcrowded. If you plan to play at dusk, it is highly recommended that you bring some kind of insect repellent. The golf carts are equipped with GPS and whatever the weather, you are sure to enjoy your day out on the golf course!

Interesting facts about Anguilla

  • Population - 13,600
  • Area - 35 sq. miles
  • Capital - The Valley
  • Currency - East Caribbean Dollar (XCD)

Anguilla Holidays 2021 / 2022

Kenwood Travel are experts in organising Caribbean holidays; your holiday to Anguilla is a tropical paradise just waiting to be explored. To secure one of our great offers for holidays in 2021, call us now on 0207 749 9245.

Top Picks

Carimar Beach Club

3* out of 5 stars

The Carimar Beach Club is an affordable Anguilla resort offering self-catering villas, ideal for families, with many sports activities nearby such as tennis, golf & horse riding.

CuisinArt Resort & Spa

5* out of 5 stars

The CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa not only offers a fantastic golf course as well as luscious spa treatments but also uses fresh produce in their eateries that they grow themselves in their organic garden.

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Useful information

  • Local time GMT (-4)
  • Currency Eastern Caribbean Dollar & US Dollar
  • Language English
  • Location Easter Caribbean Sea
  • Telephone code +264
  • Flying time 10 hours & 50 minutes (1 stop)

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Things to do

CusinArt Resort Golf Course

CusinArt Resort Golf Course

Golf enthusiasts are invited to tee off in style at the CusinArt Golf Club. This striking, architect-designed 18-hole championship golf course boasts unbelievable views of the Caribbean Sea, St. Maarten, and the Anguilla Channel over the par 72 course.

Opened in 2006. This 7,063-yard course will provide an unforgettable experience for golfers of all skill levels - whether a novice or a seasoned golf pro.

Sandy Island

Sandy Island

Make a day trip to this small but perfectly formed, solar-powered island for a real life castaway experience. Fringed by gently-blowing palm trees, white sand and crystalline waters, this islet has just one landmark - the brightly coloured Sandy Island Bar & Restaurant.

Surrounded by coral reefs, this is the ideal location for swimming and snorkelling. Afterwards, be sure to head to the restaurant for some tantalising BBQ, rum punch cocktails, and sometimes even live steel pans.

 
Tradition Sailing Charters

Tradition Sailing Charters

Take to the waters and enjoy a sailing excursion with Tradition Sailing Charters - renowned for all-inclusive boat trips with snorkelling, lobster lunches, and sightseeing the natural wonders of Anguilla, such as Little Bay, Crocus Bay, Katouche Bay and Prickly Pear Cay. 

Set afoot the Tradition and enjoy a half day tour, a full day tour, or the 2.5 hour sunset cruise, which is bound to top off your holiday in this Caribbean paradise.