Things To Do in Anguilla


Golfing on Anguilla
Anguilla's golf course was designed by Greg Norman, one of the top rated golfers in the world. The signature designed champion course offers 18 holes of breathtaking views of Rendezvous Bay as well and the neighboring island, St. Maarten.

Visit our page on Anguilla golf courses for more information on golfing in Anguilla.


Many of the villas on Anguilla in WIMCO's collection include access to private tennis courts. Click here to view WIMCO's Anguilla villas for tennis lovers.

Heritage Collection

This Anguillan museum contains local artifacts, old photographs, and records which detail the island's history from the Arawaks to present. You'll find examples of pottery and stone tool from the earlier part of the 20th century on display.

Old Factory

Home of the Anguilla Tourist office, this building housed a cotton gin for cotton that was imported to England.


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Take a sunset sail on a sloop, or a day trip & bbq lunch at an offshore cay.

Hop on Chocolat, a 35-foot catamaran for a day trip to Prickly Pear and Sandy Island. The excursion, led by the knowledgeable Captain Rollins, includes snorkeling and lunch.


Anguilla has some great snorkeling spots, but if want to get a closer look we could organize a private or group diving trip.

Paddleboarding and Kiteboarding

Try one of the many paddle-boarding tours offered on the island. Or if you are feeling a bit more adventurous try a kite-boarding lesson!

Horseback Riding

Explore Anguilla on horseback. Ride on the white powdery sand and wade in the turquoise blue waters.

Scuba Diving

Anguilla has some great snorkeling spots, but if want to get a closer look we could organize a private or group diving trip.


Irie Life is an exceptional shop like no other! It is a boutique housed in a century old West Indian cottage that has been lovingly preserved and maintained throughout the decades. It is filled with Anguilla's finest selection of t-shirts, swimwear, magnets, and other trinkets which are the perfect souvenir or present. They have recently opened a second shop in Sandy Ground.


Sandy Island

Looking out from the north side of the island you may see just a few palm trees emerging from the sea. That's about all it is, a few palm trees and a small bar and restaurant that serves BBQ and rum punches!

Prickly Pear

Further on from Sandy Island lies a larger island, which offers great snorkeling and exploring. As long as the seas are calm there will be food and drinks at Johnnos.

Scilly Cay

Just off the coast in Island Harbor there is Scilly Cay. To get there you just need to wave on the dock at the other side and someone will pick you up. They are open Wednesdays and Sundays for live music, rum punch, and fresh grilled seafood.

St. Barths

Take a day trip to the Caribbean's French Riviera. Enjoy a day of boutique shopping, fine French cuisine, and glamorous beach clubs on the island> of St. Barths.


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