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Things to do in Anguilla

Elvis (Popular restaurant/bar in Sandy Ground)

The King of Anguilla Nightlife...

Elvis' Beach Bar on Sandy Ground

Did you know that Anguilla has its own King? His name is also Elvis, and he has one of the coolest beach bars.Elvis' Beach Bar sits right on the sand in Sandy Ground in Anguilla and is manned by Elvis himself.

He has incredible positive energy and is one of the nicest people.His work ethic is impeccable and he enjoys a key part of what he does...

Meeting people from all over the world.

Elvis is a busy guy but he's never too busy to pose for a picture with his new and repeat visitors.

Today, Elvis' is a destination spot for many visitors coming to Anguilla.

This is a breezy, cool, relaxed place where tourists and locals unwind, and a popular spot for Anguilla nightlife.

Boat Races (National sport)

Anguilla Boat Racing...

THE National Sport

When I say "Anguilla," what comes to mind?

Stunning beaches? Endlessly sunny weather? Warm, genuine people? Mouthwatering restaurants?

What about boat racing?

Boat racing runs deep through Anguilla's heritage. Taxi drivers, restaurant owners, hoteliers... chances are each person you meet in Anguilla is passionate about Anguilla boat racing.

Today, Anguilla's sail boats are not used for commercial trade. They are now the main attraction at the island's biggest holidays, including August Monday, Easter Monday and Anguilla Day

Festival Del Mar (Annual festival to highlight old-time activities)

Island Harbour is the location for one of the most festive and local annual gatherings that Anguilla holds over Easter weekend.Celebrating all things of the sea in the beautiful fishing village of Island Harbour. Deep Sea fishing competition, swimming races, crab races and culinary competition, and live string band music are all part of the activities for this two-day event.

Scuba Diving


Excellent visibility is the norm, here, as the waters are quite unpolluted. You won’t need a wetsuit during your dive, either, as the water and air temperature remain around the same throughout the year.

Diving here is exceptional, so it’s best to vary your experiences, checking out a couple of islands.

Golf Course

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding Anguilla

If you haven't rode a horse, don't panic. Most of Tonia's guests are first-time riders. No cowboy experience necessary!

One of the most exciting parts? Most days while Anguilla horseback riding with Seaside Stables, the horses will head straight into the water for a refreshing swim.

Horseback riding down the beach is incredibly relaxing, the horses' pace and movements soothing.There is something magical about the feeling.Anguilla's sky above, expansive and clear... traveling by horse down the beach just feels right, so natural and timeless.

Anguilla Museum

Anguilla museum

The museum covers every inch of Anguilla history.Fantastic collection of artifacts from the beginning of the island to the photos of Royal Visits. If you want to really know Anguilla and its people - visit the museum and enjoy the story.

Johnno’s (Popular restaurant/bar in Sandy Ground)


Anguilla's Original Beachfront Restaurant

Johnno's has been loved by many for decades. A lunch restaurant and bar, Johnno's is known for its whole snapper, live music and prime location on the beach.Owned and operated by Johnno Edwards, this friendly beach bar opened in the mid-80's. Decades later and still - no trip to Anguilla is complete without visiting one of the island's original beach bars.Many people love this spot for the local community feel, cool water and soft sand. The second your feet touch the warm sand, your senses are heightened.

Book Lit Fest (Annual event – international literary authors)

Anguilla Lit Fest

The Anguilla Lit Fest is a mainstay on the Caribbean calendar of literary events.Over the years the festival has brought many incredible authors, poets, journalists, and bloggers to Anguilla’s shores.

Start Date - 14th - 17th May 2020

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Moonsplash Music Festival (Annual concert in March – international and local artists)

Carnival (Annual event in August)

Anguilla Carnival is the island's biggest holiday celebrated through the island (even more than Christmas!).

Auilla Carnival goes on for a week or more each year, running from the end of July through the first week or so of August.

The central date of Carnival in Anguilla is the first Monday of August, called “August Monday”. The whole multi-day celebration is sometimes called “Summer Festival”.

Anguilla Carnival is easily the biggest annual event on the island. Everyone is off work, and businesses, schools, and government offices mostly close down.

Barnes Bay Beach in Anguilla

You'll find a more intimate environment and the Half Shell Beach Bar, serving lunch and cool beverages all day. It's the perfect spot to watch the sunset.

Beach access here at Barnes Bay is convenient and smooth, with the shoreline sloping gradually towards the water.

Sandy Island in Anguilla

Sandy Island Anguilla

Paradise found…Sandy Island Anguilla is the perfect little island. White sandy beach, a lively beach bar, and fresh seafood. It’s the perfect day trip in Anguilla. A quick boat ride away and you’ll be transported to paradise.

People would come for the day but it was also rented out for weddings, concerts, photo shoots, and even a few movies.

Rendezvous Bay Beach in Anguilla

Rendezvous Bay Beach

Rendezvous Bay Beach Anguilla is one of the famous beach in the world.Rendezvous is usually very calm however it varies a bit from end to end. Each section provides its own special powers of beauty.

Shoal Bay in Anguilla

It is the "busiest" beach in Anguilla for tourists.Restaurants, beach bars and hotels line Shoal Bay's shores.

It is also the site of many peaceful water sports, including snorkeling, kayaking, diving, and distance swimming.

You get the idea... Shoal Bay in itself is a destination. The beach is really divided into two parts: the lower half and the upper half.

Prickly Pear Cays in Anguilla

Prickly Pear Cays Tour

The Prickly Pear Cays are a pair of uninhabited island off the coast of Anguilla. The islands are home to unspoiled white sand beaches and little else. Visit for the day to enjoy sunbathing on pristine beaches and snorkeling along coral reefs packed with marine life.

Things to Know Before You Go

*The Prickly Pear Cays are uninhabited and can only be reached by boat

*Snorkeling gear is usually provided on guided trips.

*The beaches on the islands do not have much shade, so remember to bring sunscreen and a sunhat.

Little Bay in Anguilla

Little Bay Anguilla

For one of the best beach experiences, travelers suggest you sneak away to Little Bay, a cove carved into northwest Anguilla. Couples particularly enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the aquamarine water there, especially in the late afternoon as the sun sets.