|Anguilla is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean that lies east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and North of St. Martin. Widely cited as one of the safest of the Caribbean Islands, Anguilla has become the destination of those seeking the best beaches and dining in the Caribbean. Sit back and enjoy some the serenity wrapped in blue that is Anguilla.
Getting to Anguilla
– It is quite easy to get to Anguilla, with direct flights into CLAYTON J. LLOYD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AXA) from Anguilla using Seaborne Airlines, or by flying into neighboring St. Maarten (SXM) and transferring to Anguilla by air ( 7 minutes) or Ferry (30 minutes). We can assist with private charter ferry boats that are minutes from the St. Maarten airport or you can travel a short cab ride to Marigot and catch the Ferry on the French side of St. Marten.
Dining in Anguilla
They say there are 100 restaurants and dining options on Anguilla from $ to $$$$ most of which sit right on the beach. have lunch at one of the terrific beach bars featuring grilled lobster and crayfish or chicken and ribs with rice and peas and of course rum punches. Have dinner at one of the many restaurants offering the finest cuisine in the Caribbean and beyond. The hardest part of your day just may be choosing which of the 33 white sand beaches you want to relax the day away on and deciding which restaurant to pick to finish off the perfect beach day. Cooking at Villa Kai is also a wonderful options with one of a fully stocked grocery store just down the road. We would also be happy to give you recommendations for a chef or catering at home.
Golf in Anguilla
Golf lovers can hit the greens at the world class CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa. The course is a spectacular 7,063 yards championship golf course designed by Greg Norman and open to the public.
Getting around Anguilla
Visitors to our island can rent cars or jeeps, or utilize our friendly and regulated taxi services. We will be happy to give you car rental details on request for cars delivered directly to the Villa.
Get a quick glimpse of Long Pond Bay and Villa Kai from the air. – (Watch YouTube video on the left)
Besides the friendly people, safe, clean surroundings and the fabulous dining, most people come to Anguilla to relax on some of the 33 white sand, clear turquoise water beaches. Find a strip of beach that has some beach bars like Shoal Bay, Meads Bay, or Rendezvous Bay or pack a picnic and find your own strip of beach for the day.