Things to Do in Anguilla
Time spent on Anguilla is all about the ocean, be that playing in, around, on top of or eating things from it! Water sports enthusiasts have a huge choice of activities in which to partake in. Kitesurfing is hugely popular on the island with beaches and bays serving up a host of conditions depending on your level and discipline. Sailing is the national sport, and chartering a yacht is another superb way to see Anguilla from a different angle, and what better way to spend a day than being anchored in a remote bay for a spot of lunch with a beach all to yourself? Anglers are also spoiled, with Anguilla offering all types of fishing – from deep sea sport through to bone fishing in one of the islands lagoons.
For those not wanting to get their feet wet, the Greg Norman Golf Course at Cuisinart has a fantastic reputation. Finally, with all that amazing seafood on tap, Anguilla is garnering an international reputation as a foodie paradise, especially for fruit de mer with a burgeoning scene of local restaurants serving up some incredible dishes.
Lobster Lunch at Scilly Cay
Scilly Cay, Anguilla
Enjoy a delicious lunch of barbecued lobster, crayfish or chicken, located on the gorgeous, yet simple, Scilly Cay. Wash it down with their famous Rum punch and then relax in the sun or go for a snorkel. Simple and delicious. Open on Wednesday and Sundays
The Pelican Trail at Little Bay
The Pelican Trail at Little Bay Pelican Trail sits atop the bluffs of Katouche Bay, 200 feet above sea level. The “Trail” consists of 480 wooden steps and 7 eco-friendly gazebos that cascade down to the water’s edge where a diving platform.
Aurora Golf Club
Golf enthusiasts will love this Greg Norman designed 18-hole signature golf course along with its breathtaking views and challenging, dramatic holes.
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