Anguilla Adventure, Activities, Things to do
At a glance – Anguilla adventure activities and things to do
The Caribbean is known for its warm clear waters so you’ll find plenty of water-based Anguilla adventure activities. Anguilla adventure, activities and things to do in and around Anguilla include paddleboarding, single and double kayaking, boogie boarding, windsurfing, diving and snorkelling.
There is sailing, horseback riding, tennis academy, golf, cycling and also cooking classes. Go on a glass bottom boat (Shoal Bay), day boat cruise or charter, fishing, snorkelling, biking or play tennis at the Academy.
Anguilla activities for Scuba divers are good – there are wall and ledge dives plus nine wrecks, both new and historical. There are seven marine parks too… Dog Island, Little Bay, Seal Island Reef System, Prickly Pear, Shoal Bay Harbour Reef System, Little Bay, Stoney Bay Marine Park.
For foodie Caribbean visitors the hydroponics farm tour at CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa is interesting. To find out more about Anguilla activities on the party side, check out major festivals and events listed in the Anguilla carnivals section.
Wildlife and marine life Anguilla adventure activities
Anguilla adventure activities on the wildlife front offer limited attractions although there are some birdwatching opportunities. There is no rainforest, and scrub and low trees cover most of the island, so Anguilla wildlife is somewhat limited.
Wildlife is mainly limited to goats, lizards and crabs. The island does have six marine parks and some big wrecks that teem with fish so, if you like Scuba diving, you’ll find many underwater adventures to enjoy.
Go to the Anguilla wildlife and marine life section to discover the island’s wildlife and marine life.
Anguilla is a small flat coral island covering 35 square miles. It is the most northerly of the Leeward Islands. The island is a gourmet hotspot and boasts 33 unspoilt beaches, five star luxury hotels and chic vacation villas.
The island is a popular exclusive Caribbean hideaway for celebrities and VIPs. The near-empty beaches are blessed with powder white sand. The sleepy island is known for its tranquillity, in contrast to nearby lively dual-nation island St Martin / Sint Maarten.
Mass tourism is unknown here and strict development laws mean hotels are classy, small and expensive. Find out more about the island in our articles about Anguilla.
Other Caribbean Adventure Guides
As well as Anguilla adventure activities do check out other adventures and activities in the region, country by country, in the main Caribbean Adventure Travel Guides section.
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