Anguilla
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Thinking about the Caribbean brings thoughts of sunshine, warm weather, beautiful beaches, rich culture and pure relaxation. The Caribbean offers so much choice and Anguilla is one of those little gems! A British Territory 40 minutes from Antigua and a stone’s throw from St Marten so easy to get to and seriously worth considering.

Anguilla epitomises Caribbean island bliss. This British Overseas Territory is small but perfectly formed at only 35-square miles, the island welcome is as warm as the clear waters that lap the 33 pristine powder white sand beaches.

Famed for world-class accommodation with a truly enviable selection of small boutique hotels, five star resorts and spectacular villas, the Charming Escapes of Anguilla, a collection of small guest houses and intimate hotels.

Anguilla also offers a wealth of sea and land activities. The ocean provides a pristine playground for sailing, kite surfing and paddle boarding, while surfing and snorkelling show off the Caribbean Sea from all angles. On land, try walking or hiking, take a stroll through The Valley, or a gentle cycle. Browse the island’s art galleries, visit Anguilla National Trust heritage sites, practice yoga, or enjoy a round of golf.

When it comes to cuisine, it’s hard to name a Caribbean island that offers more. With over vast choice of dining options, there is always a new favourite spot to discover, and with some of the Caribbean’s most talented chefs and incredible self-taught cooks on hand, Anguilla is a true gourmet paradise.

Anguilla is, Beyond Extraordinary!

Click here to sign up to our Caribbean Travel Month and join our free webinar session on the 22nd September at 7pm to learn all about Anguilla!

Or, call us on 020 3092 1288 or email bookings@charitable.travel to start planning your extraordinary adventure in Anguilla!

Watch the presentation!

As part of our Caribbean Travel Month in September, we we joined by Carolyn from Anguilla tourism to tell us all about the wonderful island. Watch the recording here!