You can visit Anguilla from other Caribbean destinations. You can take flight from San Juan or St.Maarten to Wallblake airport. A ferry ride from St Martin to Blowing Point ferry terminal would make your journey exciting and pleasurable. For inland travel cab would be the ideal choice but if you want to explore every nook and corner of the island then you must rent a car. Temporary license is however must for the drivers. The best season to visit Anguilla is from December to April when tourism is at its peak. You must do your bookings in advance to avoid rush as most of the resorts remain shut down in September and October.
Anguilla has emerged as a popular choice for movie-stars and other celebrities hiking the prices of the hotels and resorts. Cap Juluca offers luxury staying with its striking Moorish buildings, secluded rooms and some of the island's best beaches. CuisinArt Resort and Spa is steep for average travelers but offers cuisine which is literally lip smacking. The Arawak Beach Inn on Island Harbor Beach offers 17 bungalows for budget travelers. The rooms are well-equipped with kitchens where you can cook on your own. For the wealthy and rich there are resorts and private villa offering $ 30,000 for a week-end. Resort at Cove castles offer family type accommodation at reasonable rates.
Anguila's culinary delights include seafood and specialties prepared from mutton. Most of the restaurants offer multicuisines. Malliouhana restaurant is ideal for romantic French dinner with candle as ocean backdrop. Blanchard restaurant's sophisticated palate is highly recommended. Hibernia is a tiny cottage with 11 tables popular with couples. For budget travelers there are many restaurants including The Pump house Bar & Grill.