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COVID-19 has impacted Anguilla but, one Easter tradition has become even more prevalent during the shutdown – kite making and flying!

2017 Anguilla Boat Race Blue Bird Rope Pull

From Easter to carnival time in August, Anguilla’s boat racing season is active. Races between these times include: the annual Around-the-Island Boat Race which is held on May 30th (Anguilla Day), Peter Perkins Memorial Race and Whit Monday race, to name a few. The spectators build the hype from land

Breeze Turner, West End Arch Anguilla

A gallery of our life and experiences, that is what Instagram is to some. To others, it is a window into places, experiences and opportunities they are yet to realise. Following #Anguilla, you will see over 200,000 Anguilla posts from the perspective of locals, tourists, businesses and Instagram Influencers*. Instagram

Tradition Sailing Charters

Sun, sea and sand… and, oh, not to forget, sail with Tradition Sailing! Anguilla, an upmarket Caribbean destination, has been blessed with open waters that grant sea lovers with the felicitous opportunity to explore its breathtaking underwater world, whilst being left in awe by the surprisingly beautiful shoreline of the

Àni Art Academy Anguilla charcoal

“Great artists are not born, they are educated.” Àni Art Academies provides a platform for art enthusiasts to be inspired, enhance their skills and bloom under the teachings of trained artists. Are you interested in art? Family and friends astonished by your ability? Could you be the next Pablo Picasso

Go Anguilla Boat Race

Many just need 1 reason but we’ve put together 12 reasons to visit Anguilla – just in case you needed that extra nudge. We hope these 12 reasons can convince you to make your visit to our resilient paradise, Anguilla. The beaches are just one reason to visit and we’re

Anguilla Summer Festival Checklist Majestic Gems Parade of Troupes

It’s that time again and we have your Anguilla Summer Festival checklist of what you need to be ‘Carnival-ready’ waiting for you! Getting ready for mass or bacchanal takes not only funds but also, the body, mind and soul to endure the festivities! Here’s a list of what you need.

Anguilla Jollification

  How the jollification gave us unity, strength & endurance Uniting during hardship… In the mid-1940s, the jollification was the way how Anguillians managed to build their homes and rock walls around them; clear and cultivate large tracts of land; and, accomplish anything of any real significance. Generations before had used

Anguilla Kite making small

Excerpt: Chapter  3 – Kite flying. The Real Life Georgi Porgi Book 3 By George Hodge. Easter time was kite making and flying time. ‘Twas the time when boys all over Anguilla made, flew and fought kites which dotted the blue sky over their respective villages. We did not have to worry

Festival Del Mar Anguilla Wahoo

Festival Del Mar means so much to the seafaring ancestry of Anguillians who plyed the sea in search of her abundance, built the boats that carried them and used their instinct to find their food. We owe so much to those who continue to make their living from the sea