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Anguilla Scuba Dive Sites

Anguilla has a host of excellent and unique dive sites, many natural and a few man-made. There are 7 marine parks which offer 9 big wreck dives plus 25 logged dives for advanced divers. There are many Anguilla Scuba Dive Sites which are yet to be discovered. It took centuries

Suriname Anguilla

As a youth leader, I represented the Surinamese youth on behalf of the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs at an international meeting in Antigua – 2015 CARICOM Youth Ministers Meeting. A meeting where youth leaders from across the Caribbean attended. Through networking with those present, I learned more about

Anguilla Summer Festival Parade of Troupes 100%

Rachel Rudwall of How 2 Travelers paid Anguilla a visit during our 2015 Summer Festival and documented her experience reveling in the Parade of Troupes. She has now brought to our attention 5 things to learn from Anguilla Carnival, especially when doing what we do! Be sure to take part

Zharnel Hughes beijing

Zharnel Hughes placed himself in the crosshairs of the speedometers of many unsuspecting viewers worldwide. He has accelerated steadily from Anguilla to Jamaica to London and now to Beijing. Running shoulder to shoulder with Usain Bolt is an any day feat as was evident in the London Diamond League recently. In his

Zharnel Hughes

Zharnel Hughes, who has recently joined Team GB, had his humble beginnings “ducking cricket balls” in Anguilla, much like Shara Proctor. He is now a fierce competitor on the world stage doing what he loves, the 200m. Zharnel recently placed 2nd against Usain Bolt, short from first by 0.03s, at the recent Diamond League

Anguilla parade of troupes

The Parade of Troupes is known to be quite the spectacle, like its morning-time counterpart – J’ouvert – on the Monday of that week, it occurs on Friday from noon. The 2016 Parade of Troupes is right around the corner. Hope you have your carnival checklist. Locals, tourists and other spectators line

Glass bottom boat ride - Anguilla

Having first visited this tiny well-kept gem in the eastern Caribbean as a baby, nestled in the arms of my mother, I haven’t stopped visiting Anguilla ever since. I consider Anguilla, my “Home Away from Home” and this is an undisputed fact. The proof lies within the stamps of the

Anguilla Day Celebrations Anguilla Flag

The love for Anguilla, that infinite love, is a feeling which has been present in us since birth. Anguilla’s natural splendor is simply genuine. The Caribbean’s serene 35 sq. mile rock-of-an-island looks beautiful on the internet and yet an understatement when compared to the real experience. This catalyst has played

Anguilla Boat Race De Chan Anguilla Carnival

Culture, conviviality and feting, are only a few words to describe Anguilla’s Carnival – as encompassed in the annual Anguila Summer Festival Themes. Anguilla’s Summer Festival is acclaimed to be “the island’s answer to the colourful Caribbean carnival!”  From the spectacular sights of extraordinary costumes; massive clusters of people ‘jamming’ and having

Travel to Anguilla

How do you travel to Anguilla? We are aware that getting to Anguilla could be quite a challenge. Although, with the introduction of a Codeshare Agreement between Delta Air Lines and Seaborne Airlines, this should become slightly less true. We are indeed appreciative of the time, resources and love you invest