Anguilla, is well known as an offshore haven for the rich.
You'll probably be better off with your own jet to get there.
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Airlines and Airports.
The nearest airports that serve Anguilla are San Juan, St Maarten and Antigua.
Fly to San Juan and take American Eagle into Anguilla. Or
fly to St. Martin and take the 20 minute ferry boat ride over to Blowing Point, Anguilla.
St. Kitts and St.
Thomas also have scheduled connections to Anguilla's Wallblake Airport.
Air Anguilla and Tyden Air also offer charters to and from St. Maarten
and neighbouring islands.
Trans Anguilla Inc. meets the growing demand of air travel throughout
the North Eastern Caribbean, with regular flights, day
trips, charters and executive charters.
Three sailings a day between Blowing Point (Anguilla) and Marigot (St Martin). There's
also a daily scheduled service between Blowing Point and Princess Julianna Airport, in
Taking the Anguilla - St.
An interesting hyperlinked article about taking the ferry, on Bob Green's
An excellent trip report to Anguilla, by Laine Parnell. It's a little personalised in
places, but very informative and chatty. Laine was in Anguilla for 3 weeks, in November
1997; a long vacation by most standards, but about a lifetime too short for Laine.
High-Way Rent-A-Car has been doing business on the Caribbean island of Anguilla since
1984. They currently have a fleet of some fifty vehicles, consisting of Daewoo cars,
Suzuki jeeps, vans, and mini buses.
Island Car Rentals:
Island Car Rental has been serving tourists and Anguillians for over 15 years. Located on
the Airport Road.
Summerset Car Rental:
The wheels to your vacation in Anguilla. Variety of vehicles.
What to do around Anguilla - away from the beaches.
Some of Anguilla's beaches are quite an adventure to get to.
A comprehensive directory of Anguilla's attractions, accommodations, restaurants and
general information about Anguilla, British West Indies.
Anguilla Tourist Board:
If you're researching your Anguilla vacation where better to go than the official site of
the Anguilla Tourist Board.
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