* '''Malakh Day Spa''', Shoal Bay Beach, next to Gwen's Reggae Grill '''Healty Food Stores''' * '''Simple Natural''', The Valley Respect The beautiful people of Anguilla are incredibly friendly and hospitable. WikiPedia:Anguilla Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Anguilla commons:Anguilla
destination on their website thanks to the partnership with Cape Air. Liat provides once daily service to St. Thomas, and onwards to other destinations in the Caribbean. It may be easier to access Anguilla via St. Maarten, which can be reached non-stop from many eastern U.S. cities, as well as European cities. Anguilla Air Services has three or four (depending on the season) 10-minute flights each way. Visitors may also book local air charters via Trans
. * '''Rendezvous Bay.''' Yes, another mile of beautiful beach! The eastern part, along the salt pond, is undeveloped. A couple of beach bars on the western part offer refreshment. ''Access:'' On the main road, watch for a sign for Anguilla Great House at Willow Lane. Continue past the Great House entrance and park in the unpaved lot at the salt pond. * '''Shoal Bay West''' is a pleasant beach with a good view of St. Martins. Lined with villas in a dramatic modern style, the beach itself is often deserted. ''Access:'' Stay on the main road until the paving ends. Park next to the salt pond. The public access path is between two of the villas. * '''Little Bay''' can be the least or the most crowded of the beaches—it is so small that a yachtful of visitors can fill it up. This is a popular snorkeling area. Rocks near the shore offer the beginner a chance to see colorful little fishes, while better swimmers may glimpse sea turtles. ''Access:'' The adventurous can try to find the path that leads down the cliff that surrounds the beach. For the rest of us, go to Crocus Bay in The Valley and ask for Calvin at the tamarind tree. He will take you there in his motor boat, and can be trusted to come back for you at the agreed time. History Take some time to learn about the events that have shaped the island’s people. Few historic buildings survive, but you will find links to the past around the island; * '''Salt mining.''' For much of Anguilla’s history, extraction of salt by evaporation of sea water was a major industry. The Pumphouse at Sandy Ground, now a bar, housed the pumps that fed seawater to the salt pond. * '''Walleblake House.''' Built in 1785, it has been beautifully restored and is Anguilla's only surviving plantation house. The house, hidden behind a stone wall next to a church near the airport, is open for tours at irregular hours. * '''Heritage Collection Museum.''' On the road to the East End. If you'd like to dive into the island's history and cultural heritage further, be sure to visit the museum. It has a good collection of photographs, artifacts and documents from the prime days of the Arawak Indians till the present. The curator, Colville Petty, will meet you and orient you to the exhibits that tell of the often-difficult life on the island. Only if you ask, will he point out the picture of himself with other revolutionaries. If he piques your interest in the island's history, buy one of his books. ''Bless our Forebears'' is especially evocative of the trials that the people have endured. * '''Crocus Hill.''' At 213 feet above sea level, Crocus Hill is the highest point on the otherwise flat lands of Anguilla. On it, there are a few remains of the Old Court House. More importantly however, there's a great view from the top over the underlying bay, which is extra spectacular at sunset. On the way to Crocus Hill is The Old Valley, an area with a few unspectacular but locally important church buildings. A few old wooden houses also remain. Island Life At '''Island Harbour''' you can see local fishermen and sailors at work. On the road to West End, past the Sandy Ground roundabout, you may see a racing boat under construction, under a shed on the right side of the road. The boat races are major events, celebrating the return of workers from the cane fields of the Dominican Republic in the old days, and perhaps also the nautical skills of the smugglers of years past. Anguilla has many farms of corn, peas, tomatoes and other crops. To see, buy or learn about plants and animals in Anguilla one can visit The Department of Agriculture, located in The Valley, Anguilla. The Anguilla National Trust can provide information on Anguilla's environment and conducts tours. Its main task is to preserve Anguilla's natural environment, historic and cultural resources and archaeology. If you're interested in gardens, try the Hydroponic Farm and Organic Gardens, at CuisinArt Resort and Spa, West End Village or the Endangered Species Garden and Indigenous Local Plants Gardens at the Cap Juluca Resort. Birds The salt ponds, uplands and beaches provide habitat for a variety of birds. Stop by the National Trust office to buy ''A Guide to the Birds of Anguilla'', with color photos and maps of birding areas. Pelicans and brown boobies dive for fish along the beaches. Frigate birds glide high above. Ducks and wading birds can often be seen at the Sandy Ground salt pond. Even at your hotel, you may see hummingbirds among the flowering shrubs or the small bananaquit in the trees. Do Hiking, Art Gallery Tours, Horseback Riding at '''Seaside Stables''', '''El Rancho Del Blues''' and '''CLiffside Stables'''. Tennis, Golf at '''Play-A-Round Mini-Golf Park''' and '''Temenos Golf Club''', Spa and Wellness, Glass-bottom boat, Swimming, Snorkeling, Fishing, Festivals: Anguilla Summer Festival, Tranquility Jazz Festival, Moonsplash, Festival Del Mar, Annual Anguilla Yacht Regatta and Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree. * WikiPedia:Anguilla Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Anguilla commons:Anguilla
and cultural heritage further, be sure to visit the museum. It has a good collection of photographs, artifacts and documents from the prime days of the Arawak Indians till the present. The curator, Colville Petty, will meet you and orient you to the exhibits that tell of the often-difficult life on the island. Only if you ask, will he point out the picture of himself with other revolutionaries. If he piques your interest in the island's history, buy one of his books. ''Bless our Forebears
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, and Sint Eustatius) in the Caribbean are also excluded from the Ibero-American region. - Anguilla 264 (Area code 264) - '''The coat of arms of Anguilla''' consists of the emblem found on the flag of Anguilla, a traditional symbol of the territory. The coat of arms consists of three dolphins leaping over the sea. The three dolphins are coloured orange and represent endurance, unity, and strength, and they leap in a circle for continuity. The badge has a white
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Great House alt url http: anguillagreathouse.com email email@example.com address Willow Lane, Rendezvous Bay lat long directions phone +1-264-497-6061 or 1-800-583-9247 tollfree fax price $310 to $340; meal plans extra checkin checkout content Cottage-style accommodations open on grounds right on the beach. Has the feel of an old family-style resort. *
", the record's lead single reached the top position on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100, becoming Carey's eighteenth number one and making her the solo artist with the most number one singles in United States history (List of Billboard Hot 100 chart achievements and milestones#Most number-one hits), pushing her past Elvis Presley into second place according to the magazine's revised methodology. WikiPedia:Anguilla Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Anguilla commons:Anguilla
for a five year term in single-seat constituencies (constituency), 2 ex officio members and 2 nominated members. Anguilla has a multi-party system. *Angola – None *Anguilla (a British overseas territory) – None *Antarctica – None
Rostang at Malliouhana alt Malliouhana restaurant url http: www.malliouhana.com email address Meads Bay Road lat 18.3 long 63.2 directions oceanfront overlooking Meads Bay phone +1-264-497-6111 tollfree fax hours 7:30 - 10 pm price 10.00 - 50.00 content Incredible view, an awesome view and great food. Conde Nast traveler rated this restaurant 100 out of 100. * '''Pimms''', Cap Juluca Hotel, West End. *
'''Anguilla''' ( with a population of approximately 13,500 (2006 estimate).
Anguilla has become a popular tax haven, having no capital gains, estate, profit or other forms of direct taxation on either individuals or corporations.