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Cruises visiting Anguilla & all Anguilla cruises for  2020-2021

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Anguilla (“Eel”, formerly Snake Island due to its shape) is a Caribbean island in the British West Indies, at the northern tip of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, 270 km due east of Puerto Rico. It is a self-governing overseas territory of the UK with a population around 14,000. The island is low-lying coral and limestone skirted by beaches, coral reefs, and smaller islands and cays. Anguilla’s economy based on tourism, and offshore banking and business – it is one of the many tax havens in the Caribbean. In 2014 it was voted the World's Leading Luxury Island Destination by World Travel Awards.

Hot throughout the year, it is described as having 360 days of sun. The hurricane season is from July to November. A very small island, only 27km long and 5km wide, it has to be reached by shuttle boat. Rather than having a large town centre, Anguilla is dotted with small villages. A shop can be found ‘anywhere’ and have just about ‘anything’ from handmade craft items to international treasures. As most of the island is uninhabited, it provides excellent opportunities for exploring.

While walking through low bush and rock formations, as parts of the island are very narrow, it is possible to see both coasts simultaneously. Alternative forms of transport include: riding a mountain bike (there are plenty of marl (shell) roads around the island with spectacular sights along the way); riding a horse along a deserted beach; or even swimming on horseback in a tropical sea. Be adventurous, you never know what you may find.

Cruises visiting Anguilla in 2020

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Cruises visiting Anguilla in 2021

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