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Start planning your Caribbean vacation with American Airlines flights to Anguilla. You can simply relax on a pristine beach or find adventure through snorkeling, parasailing or scuba diving. However you want to experience the island, it's easy with our tips on the best things to do in Anguilla
With 33 unspoiled beaches, it's only natural that one of the most popular things to do in Anguilla is simply putting your toes in the sand. You'll find powdery white sand beaches contrasting with impossibly blue water. All of the beaches on the island are public (and relatively uncrowded), making them even more inviting. The quiet Rendezvous Bay is a beach just begging for a long walk along the water, while Shoal Bay is dotted with fun bars (and it's also where you can find parasailing tours). To catch an amazing sunset, head to Crocus Bay, where the coral cliffs light up beautifully. Then visit Meads Bay for fine dining set the music of waves rolling ashore. No matter what type of beach vacation you've been daydreaming of, Anguilla can deliver.
For those who wish for a little more adventure, there are multiple activities in Anguilla that will pique your interest. Thanks to its calm waters, Anguilla is perfect for snorkeling. Don a mask and you'll be able to see a variety of tropical fish and turtles. Our favorite beaches for snorkeling are Crocus Bay, Junk's Hole and Little Bay. To explore a little farther underwater, go scuba diving. Anguilla has seven marine parks, including Stoney Bay Marine Park, which was the island's first underwater heritage site. It features a shipwreck from 1772 that is now home to an amazing array of marine life.
Try to find a spot on your list of things to do in Anguilla for learning about the island's history. At The Heritage Collection museum, you'll be able to see artifacts that document Anguilla's heritage from the Arawak period to the present day. And at the Wallblake House, built in 1787, you'll be able to see one of the few dwellings in the Caribbean where the entire plantation has been kept intact. In fact, it's Anguilla's only surviving plantation.
This tranquil Caribbean jewel is full of delights both expected and unexpected. Why not fly to Anguilla and experience its relaxed charm for yourself? Start browsing flights and plan your trip today.