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  3. Discover the quiet allure of the Caribbean with a holiday in Anguilla. Unlike many popular Caribbean destinations, Anguilla remains largely undeveloped and has maintained a serene, laid-back vibe to this very day. It's not a popular stopover for cruise ships and has only a few roads, so it's the perfect place to get away from it all. What Anguilla lacks in terms of development, however, it more than makes up for in sheer beauty. The fact that this charming island nation enjoys more than 300 sunny days per year is a definite draw as well.

    Time seems to stand still in Anguilla, which has a land area of 90 square kilometres. This pint-sized island allows you to catch a glimpse of what life in the Caribbean must have been like many decades ago. Its capital city, The Valley, boasts a decent smattering of clubs, bars and restaurants, but the majority of the island is bursting with natural flair. Brilliantly white sand contrasts gorgeously with the stunning turquoise hue of the surrounding water, which is delightfully warm all year long. Palm trees and tropical foliage imbue the island with breathtaking scenery that's sure to take your breath away.

  4. Anguilla offers a little bit of something for everyone. If you're looking for glitzy casinos, however, you'll have to go elsewhere. There are amazing resorts, but gambling is not a part of the culture on this unassuming island. What you will find at every turn is amazing natural scenery and friendly locals who will make you feel right at home in no time.

    For the quintessential Caribbean beach experience, look no further than Shoal Bay. Widely regarded as one of the best beaches in the world, it is the perfect place to spend several long, lazy afternoons while spending a holiday in Anguilla. Whether you splash around in the glittering, warm water or do some snorkelling along the nearby coral reef, you're sure to be swept away by the magical beauty of this incredible beach.

    From April through November, several species of turtles establish nesting grounds at beaches around the island. Many are found in the island's numerous bays, including Shoal Bay, Rendezvous Bay, Barnes Bay and Little Bay.

    The topography of Anguilla is mostly flat and low-lying. However, Crocus Hill, which rises to 65 meters, is a definite exception. The remains of an old court house can be found here, but the most exciting thing about visiting the hill is the views that are afforded from its summit.

    For those who love water sports, Anguilla is heaven on earth. There are opportunities for everyone from beginners to experts. The biggest standout in terms of scuba diving is Prickly Pear Caves, which boast a series of underwater caverns with incredible mazes and areas to explore. Several shipwrecks are located nearby too and are a lot of fun to visit as well.

    Dining on Anguilla ranges from upscale restaurants to unassuming roadside shacks where you can nosh on the finest, freshest lobster. Seafood on the island is amazing, and no visit to Anguilla is complete without dining at an open-air, beachfront barbecue at least once.

     
     
  5. Best Time To Visit: 

    As with most Caribbean destinations, high season in Anguilla runs from mid-December through mid-April. Even so, the island never seems to get too crowded. If you want real serenity, try visiting during the low season. Temperatures are a little higher, but the heat and humidity are tempered by trade winds. Activities like hiking, horseback riding, fishing and golfing can be enjoyed throughout the year, and the waters are always warm and inviting. Regardless of when you go, you're sure to have an amazing time in Anguilla.

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