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Our island is in the middle of the Caribbean, so usually is hot with a tropical breeze all year long. Dress code is casual. Prefer always to drink bottled water, it is safe and secure. And we strongly recommend to use biodegradable sun lotion for two reasons: you help to take care on the environment, and it is gentle with your skin because of the natural ingredients they content.
Migration documents are very important to get into Anguilla. Valid passport with photo and return or onward ticket are mandatory for everybody, and visa is required for some countries, so, please double check with your migration department and your travel agent.
Currency – ATM´s
Our Anguilla city guide indicates that the US currency is widely accepted around the island of Anguilla. The prices on food and beverages, in hotels and for activities are regularly expressed in US dollar. You would like to know that ATMs on Anguilla destination usually accept all international bank cards.
The same as in the US: a voltage of 110 AC. An adaptor could be helpful anyway.
American Eagle, WINAIR & LIAT, Caribbean Star
Local Air Charter Services
Nearest International Gateways
San Juan & Antigua (1 hour flight); St. Martin, (just a 7 minute flight)
From Marigot, St. Martin to Blowing Point to Anguilla, it is a 20 minute crossing, with half hour intervals from 7:30 am to 6:15 pm. At 7:00 pm from Marigot to Blowing Point. Charter services are available from Blowing Point to the Princess Juliana Airport.
As in all the Caribbean Islands, driving in Anguilla is on the left. To rent a car you will need your valid driver's license from your resident country in order to obtain the local driver's license, available at the agencies with a $20 cost.
Anguilla Tourism Board
If you require more information, contact the Anguilla Tourism Board
264-497-2759, when in Anguilla