Anguilla Honeymoon

Caribbean Honeymoon Anguilla
Jan 28 2013

Anguilla Honeymoon

In comparison to other Caribbean islands that feel like your typical tourist spots, the island of Anguilla is unique because it is so down to earth. You will not find any hotel towers, casinos, or mega cruise ships because they are restricted. Instead, you will find a Caribbean island destination that is both warm and welcoming.

Anguilla offers an enchanting blend of high style luxury and low-key relaxation. You can enjoy pampering at one of the many extravagant resorts. The days on Anguilla are long, and and the weather is perfect. The gentle trade winds, turquoise blue water, spectacular coral reefs, and white sandy beaches all make for one of the best vacation places in the Caribbean.

Best Times to Visit Anguilla

For those looking to find great honeymoon package deals in Anguilla, the best times to visit are between May and August. You will also avoid the worst parts of the hurricane season. There are great deals to be had on hotel prices from September to November, however finding a place can be challenging, as many places close down during this period. The best weather occurs from December to April, and demand is high during this time.

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Things to do in Anguilla

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Rendezvous Bay

Many travelers say that visiting the beach at Rendezvous Bay is reason enough to vacation in Anguilla. Nestled between the Dune Preserve and the sea, this two-mile stretch of paradise offers calm waters that are perfect for swimmers of all levels. The Dunes also feature live music as the days turn into nights, and the beach is home to the annual Moonsplash Music Festival which is held every March.

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Shoal Bay East

Shoal Bay East is the most well known of all beaches on Anguilla. Located on the northern shore, Shoal Bay East attracts day trippers from the nearby islands of St.Martin/St.Maarten. There are many bars and restaurants, as well as popular activities like parasailing, scuba diving, and snorkeling.

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Dunes Preserve

The Anguilla Dune Preserve sits near Rendezvous Bay and is a hotspot for live music. Reggae artist Bankie Banx opened a restaurant and lounge in this popular beach that features live music several nights a week.

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Little Bay

This little cove is located in the northwest part of Anguilla. It is a popular choice for swimming and snorkeling. It is also an especially romantic venue for watching the sunset. However, as it’s name suggests, this is truly a little bay, and does get crowded from time to time.

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Sandy Ground

Sandy Ground is located on the western side of Anguilla and also acts as the islands main harbor. It is bustling with activity at all times of the day and is a hotspot for restaurants and activities. Among the attractions located at Sandy Ground are the Pumphouse, Elvis’s Beach Bar, and Johnno’s Beach Bar.

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