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Essential information

At a glance

‘Hello’ in:
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English
Plug type a
Electricity
110V/60hz
Dec-Aug
Best time to go
Dry

Money and costs

Currency
East Caribbean Dollars ($)
Exchange Rates
Rates provided by Open Exchange Rates. Last updated May 15, 2019 11:47AM UTC
Daily Costs
Budget (up to)
US$200
  • Budget hotel room: US$90–200
  • Barbecue meal: US$15–20
  • Bottle of beer: US$3–5
  • Snorkeling gear rental per day: US$10
  • Live reggae band: free
Midrange
US$200–400
  • Midrange hotel room/apartment: US$200–400
  • Two-course evening meal: US$40–70
  • Cocktail: US$8–16
  • One-tank dive: US$80
  • Day trip to Sandy Island: US$60
  • Car rental per day: from US$45
Top end (more than)
US$400
  • Top-end hotel room or villa: from US$400
  • Three-course gourmet meal: from US$110
  • Bottle of Champagne: from US$100
  • Round of golf (18 holes): US$299
  • Full-moon horseback ride: US$150

Visas

Visas are not necessary for most nationalities; citizens of some African, South American and former Soviet countries will require a visa – see www.gov.ai for information.

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When to go and weather

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Getting to Anguilla

Anguilla has regular regional flights, particularly to St-Martin/Sint Maarten's Princess Juliana International Airport, and frequent ferries to St-Martin/Sint Maarten.

No cruise ships dock in Anguilla.

Flights to Anguilla

The best price found from United States to Anguilla is on July 27th, 2019, travelling with Spirit Airlines. See more options, compare prices and book: search flights.

BWI
Baltimore Washington International
from $378.00
AXA
The Valley

Getting around Anguilla

Anguilla has no public transport. The island is very petite – you can easily drive from one end to the other in around an hour.

Health and safety

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Advice for travellers

Travelling with children

Anguilla is a very family-friendly destination. Many of the larger resorts have kids' clubs. Children will also adore the island's opportunities for water sports, beach combing and activities such as minigolf.Supermarkets stock baby-care items including diapers (nappies).

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Working and volunteering

Opportunities for work frequently come up in the hospitality sector and construction trades and demand often outstrips supply. Contact employers directly to see what paperwork is required or check with the Government of Anguilla (www.gov.ai).

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