There are so many great reasons to plan a trip to Anguilla! But first, let’s get you started with the travel information essentials.
We’ve gathered all the Anguilla travel information you need when planning your stay on the island. Kick back, sip some coconut rum, and let us guide you to the perfect tropical hiatus.
How To Get To Anguilla:
A trip to Anguilla is easily accessible via ferry from St. Martin’s. Ferries run at approximately 45 minute intervals between 7:30AM and 7:00PM everyday. No reservations are necessary. Ferry crossings are $15 each way, plus $5 departure tax. Last ferries of the day depart at 6:15 pm from Anguilla. Ferries are also available for charter.
The island is beautiful and quite unspoiled; not to suggest that you won’t have lots to do!
You can also plan your trip to Anguilla by flying directly into Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport from Puerto Rico, via Cape Air and Anguilla Air Services. There are no direct flights to Anguilla.
Language And Currency:
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Currency And Embarking:
Anguilla’s official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar, though the US dollar is widely used everywhere. ATM machines are available throughout the island.
If you are traveling through seaports on your trip to Anguilla, you will be required to pay an embarking tax. The cost of embarking is $20.00 (U.S.) for adults and $10.00 (U.S.) for children if you are staying overnight.
Must-Have Travel Documents:
- A valid passport is required for all visitors taking a trip to Anguilla.
- Visitors are required to have a return ticket.
- Additionally, citizens of certain countries will also need entry visas. Green card holders must have a valid green card and valid passport from their country of origin.
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