Anguilla boasts over 100 restaurants and is known as the culinary capital of the Caribbean. there’s no shortage of fish since they are whipped fresh right from the sea. That’s not all, you will be able to find so much variation in cuisine, there is even spice-packed local street food too. throughout the year The island even has a thriving music scene with festivals that are incredibly vibrant and uplifting.
The Amerindian Fountain Cavern at Shoal Bay East, is an awesome place to visit, the underground cave which is 50ft below Anguilla’s surface, was once a site of pilgrimage and worship. Anguilla’s activities don’t stop there, you can go kite surfing, paddleboarding, and scuba diving. Back on dry land, go on a night hike with the Anguilla National Trust, join the conservation volunteers on turtle patrol, or go for an amazing horse ride at Cove Bay.