Visa and Immigration Procedures to Anguilla
A valid passport is required for all travelers. Nationals of the US, EU, Australia, Canada and Britain can enter the country without a visa. There are many other nationals that can enter visa-free. There are only a handful of nationalities that need to obtain a visa in advance. Please double check with the British Embassy for further details.
Things/Items Allowed into Anguilla
Baby food products, medicines, cosmetics, gadgets can be brought into Anguilla. Additionally, passengers 18 years and older may bring in 1 quart of alcohol and 200 individual cigarettes.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Anguilla
・Specified Aquatic Species
・Shells or Rare Corals
Things/Items Forbidden into Anguilla
Voice of Travelers to Anguilla
Amaing experience in Anguilla
We booked our tickets for Dolphin Discovery in Anguilla. The ticket to Dolphin Discovery ensured we had a great time with a lot of excitement and fun in Anguilla. Staff welcomed and assisted us to get the best of pictures with dolphins. The experience truely justified the ticket price. With a ticket to the attraction, you are offered the opportunity to take photographs with dolphin at no additional cost while in Anguilla. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Anguilla. Your ticket provides access to Dolphins with trainer assistance in Anguilla.
Our visit to Sandy Island in Anguilla
The boat ticket to Sandy Island was only $10. It was really worth visiting the amazing island of Anguilla. The ticket prices for other attractions in Anguilla were slightly higher. There is a little bar serving food and drinks at a higher price but this is a must-do since it is located close to the beach. Your ticket to Sandy Island provides you with an opportunity to have a lot of fun on a trip to Anguilla. We took the first ferry and were offered a good bed to relax under the shade of palm trees while in Anguilla. Keep your ticket safe while swimming! A must visit destination when you have booked a ticket to Anguilla.
Beautiful beach in Anguilla!
We reached Shoal Bay in Anguilla after paying a $5 parking ticket. You can also purchase a ticket for renting chairs and an umbrella for $10. Ferry tickets for Anguilla were $50. Ticket prices for drinks and food in Madearmin were higher. Overall, we really enjoyed our trip to Shoal Bay in Anguilla for a nominal ticket price. It is truly one of the most beautiful beach in Anguilla for spending an evening or a weekend.
Anguilla Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best season to visit Anguilla?
A. Between May and August is the best time for visiting Anguilla. Ticket prices and hotel are also cheaper during this time in Anguilla. A carnival takes place during the first week of August where you can enjoy dance music and immerse yourself in the local Carribean culture. If you prefer jazz music, there is also a jazz festival in November. Avoid booking a ticket to Anguilla during the hurricane season as the weather becomes unpredictable.
Q. What day trips are available from Anguilla?
A. There are various day trips available from Anguilla. You can buy tickets to Sandy Island or to Dolphin Discovery. Ferry tickets can also be booked to Shoal Bay to enjoy the beach an experience snorkeling in the clear waters. In addition, ferry tickets can also be booked to St. Maarten from Anguilla. The latest you can book ferry tickets from Sandy Island, Anguilla is at 16:00.
Anguilla - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights toClayton J.Llyod Intl.Airport・Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
・Princess Juliana International Airport
・V.C. Bird Intl Airport
・Vance W. Amory International Airport
・Cyril E. King Airport
Flight Routes to Anguilla
Anguilla has one airport located in The Valley, the Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport. Anguilla is connected to other nearby Caribbean islands via regional carrier LIAT, local charter airlines and others. Although there are no direct scheduled flights to or from continental America or Europe, Tradewind Aviation and Cape Air provide scheduled air service to San Juan, Puerto Rico.