Anguilla Travel Agent Specialist Program

Posted on February 20th, 2014

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Anguilla Beach

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Welcome to Anguilla

On behalf of the government and people of Anguilla, I warmly welcome you. Encircled by unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking azure, crystalline seas, Anguilla is regarded as a destination of choice among visitors from around the world.


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Anguilla Beach

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Anguilla Tranquility wrapped in Blue

If you get lost driving around Anguilla, your sense of direction (how to say this tactfully?) is not really good. This tiny island whose name means “eel” in Spanish, measures just 16 miles long and three miles at its widest point, so there only is one main road. While we’re at it, there are only six stop lights on the entire isle, which is all that’s needed for such a small island whose population, please note, totals just over 13,000.


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Couple in Anguilla

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Headquarters for Romance

Anguilla’s posh hotels and villas, discreet staffers, candlelit dining, pampering spa treatments, sublime beaches, and safe vibe all add up to tropical bliss for folks in love.


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Cap Juluca Beach

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Accommodations

Anguilla’s accommodations are an integral part of the island’s tourism product. Whether your clients choose to stay in a five-star resort, luxurious villa or at one of the island’s unique Charming Escapes properties, there’s an accommodation that fits their style and budget. Quaint inns, guesthouses and intimate bed and breakfasts are another option to share with your clients. Many are managed and staffed by Anguillians, so not only are they enjoying a unique accommodation experience, they are also getting to know the people and their culture more intimately. We’ve listed the properties available throughout the island and classified them under these three distinct categories. You can get more information at ivisitanguilla.com.


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Anguilla Art Gallery

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Must-See, Must-Do Sights & Activities

No jury would convict your clients if, upon setting foot in Anguilla, they never left their resort or villa; the resorts and villas on this island really are that good. But whether people are curious about the history and culture of the island they’re visiting, or eager to sail with the wind or swim with the fishes—of which Anguilla has multitudes—this little isle offers a surprising bounty of wonderful things to see and do. For even more things to see and do, visit ivisitanguilla.com and click on the “activities” section.


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Lobster Fest at CuisinArt Resort

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Culinary Heaven

Once upon a time, before there was a Food Channel, Anguilla raised the bar for sophisticated dining in the Caribbean, and its restaurants continue to set the standard today, some 30 years after the initial opening of Malliouhana Hotel. Clients will thank you for recommending the following culinary experiences.


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Parade of Troupes

Posted on December 10th, 2013

Events & Festivals

Virtually all the events in Anguilla have a quality that’s sometimes elusive in our modern, commercialized world:
They are authentic rather than staged to attract tourists—yet at the same time, the Anguillans are genuinely happy
to share these celebrations with visitors. Following are some highlights of the calendar year; for events that don’t
have their own website, visit ivisitanguilla.com/on-island-festivals-and-events.


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