Head to Anguilla this winter season for fun in the Caribbean.
The island is easier than ever to visit. American Airlines increases flight frequency between Miami (MIA) and Anguilla (AXA) to 11 times weekly through Jan. 8. The island is also accessible via private or scheduled flights with Tradewind Aviation. For those arriving by sea, Blowing Point Ferry Terminal will debut early in 2023.
Travelers have a variety of lodging options available. Adjacent to its sister property Quintessence Hotel, Quinn features three new chic guest suites. Alkera Anguilla is one of the newer properties on the island. The luxury villa overlooks Shoal Bay East. Long Bay Villas offer three separate villas (Sand, Sea and Sky), which may be booked individually or together.
New and improved dining options await travelers in Anguilla. Sandbar will debut in 2023; the laidback restaurant will feature tapas and cocktails. The newly opened Tasty’s POV comes from popular local restauranteur Dale Carty and offers incredible seafood alongside panoramic views. Opened in November, Savi Beach brings a Japanese-inspired menu to Meads Bay. The popular Ocean Echo debuts complete renovations ahead of the winter 2022/2023 season.
Enjoy unique outdoor experiences in Anguilla, including hidden-gem tours with Moke tours, immersive experiences led by local guides via Quest Experiences, and ecotourism experiences through the National Trust.
Numerous festivals take place in Anguilla in 2023. The Moonsplash reggae festival takes place March 10–12. Festival Del Mar celebrates the island’s bounty from the seas April 8–9. The Anguilla Culinary Experience, an epicurean festival, returns May 3–6. Summer Festival, Anguilla’s version of Carnival, closes out festival season in July and August.
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