Welcome to Totally Anguilla – Your Ultimate Travel Guide!

On this page, you will find a wealth of important information and essential contacts to make your visit to the stunning Caribbean island of Anguilla an unforgettable experience. From breathtaking beaches and vibrant local culture to delectable cuisine and exciting recreational activities, Anguilla offers something for every traveler.

Useful Information:

  • Location: Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory located in the Eastern Caribbean. It lies east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and north of St. Martin.
  • Language: The official language is English, making communication easy for visitors from around the world.
  • Currency: The currency used in Anguilla is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD). U.S. dollars are widely accepted, and major credit cards are usually welcomed.

Arriving by Air

Clayton J Lloyd International Airport received direct flights from New York, Miami, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic.

There are multiple charter flights available from destinations such as Antiqua, St. Kitts, St Thomas, and Sint Maarten / Saint Martin

Aurora Anguilla offers its Fly Direct service for resort guests on its private planes.

To Reach the Anguilla Air and Sea Port Authority call 264-497-3510

Getting Here by Sea

Arriving to Anguilla can be done by public ferry service from St Martin.  The ferry departs from the Marigo Ferry Terminal. Private Charters are available from the Princess Juliana international Airport.  To see charter options click below.

anguilla boat rental boating concept

Arriving to Anguilla can be done by public ferry service from St Martin.  The ferry departs from the Marigo Ferry Terminal. Private Charters are available from the Princess Juliana international Airport.  To see charter options click below.

Getting Around:

  • Transportation: Anguilla has a well-developed transportation system. Taxis are readily available, and car rentals offer the flexibility to explore the island at your own pace. If you would like to rent a car during your stay you will need to obtain a temporary drivers permit.   These can be arranged by your hotel, resort, rental car agency or from the Inland Revenue Department.

  • Ferries: Regular ferry services operate between Anguilla and neighboring islands such as St. Martin, providing convenient inter-island travel options.
  • Boating Concept
  • Calypso Charters
  • Ultimate Yacht SXM
  • GB Ferries

If you are arriving by private yacht with necessary clearance you can dock at Blowing Point Terminal and Road Bay.  Please follow  mooring protocols to preserve the underwater ecosystems.

Must-See Attractions:

  • Pristine Beaches: Anguilla is renowned for its exquisite beaches. Shoal Bay, Meads Bay, Rendezvous Bay, and Maundays Bay are just a few of the picture-perfect spots you must visit.
  • The Valley: Explore the capital of Anguilla, The Valley, to experience the local culture, discover historical sites like Wallblake House, and indulge in authentic Caribbean cuisine.
  • Heritage Collection Museum: Delve into Anguilla’s rich history and cultural heritage at the Heritage Collection Museum, which showcases artifacts and exhibits documenting the island’s past.

Emergency Contacts:

  • Police: In case of emergencies or to report any incidents, dial 911 for immediate police assistance.
  • Medical Services: The Princess Alexandra Hospital in The Valley is the main healthcare facility on the island, providing emergency medical services and general care.
  • Embassies: For consular assistance, reach out to your country’s embassy or consulate in neighboring countries such as St. Martin or Puerto Rico.

Tourist Information Centers:

  • Anguilla Tourist Board: Contact the Anguilla Tourist Board for comprehensive information on attractions, events, accommodations, and more. Phone: +1 (264) 497-2759, Email: info@ivisitanguilla.com.

Useful Contacts

Police, Fire, Ambulance 911 or 264-497-2333

Coastal Emergency 264-497-2871

Natural Disaster 264-497-2926

Princess Alexandra Hospital

Clayton J Lloyd International Airport

Police Headquarters

Blowing Point Ferry Terminal

Anguilla Tourism Board

Department of Immigration

Anguilla General Post Office

Medical and Dental

East End Dental Unit

Central Polyclinic

Ann-Victoria “Tota” Smith Polyclinic

Western Polyclinic

Hughes Medical Center

Police, Fire Rescue

Police Headquaters

Anguilla Fire and Rescue Service

Department of Disaster Management

Royal Anguilla Police Force (RAPF)

Blowing Point Police Station

Agencies and Organizations

Anguilla Air & Sea Ports Authority (AASPA)

Anguilla General Post Office

Department of Labor

H.M Customs

Immigration Department

Inland Revenue Department

Judicial Department

Radio Stations

Fusion Radio

Klass FM

Radio Anguilla

Upbeat Radio

New Beginning Radio

Kool FM

Voice of Creation

As you plan your trip to Anguilla, this page will be your go-to resource, providing you with all the necessary information and contacts to ensure a smooth and enjoyable visit to this Caribbean paradise. Whether you’re seeking relaxation on pristine shores, thrilling water sports adventures, or immersing yourself in the vibrant local culture, Anguilla has it all. We wish you an incredible stay on this idyllic island!

Anguilla General Information












Brittish Overseas Territory

The Valley

35 square miles. 16 miles long by 3 miles wide at its widest point

14,886 appox

East Caribbean Dollar is the offical currency but USD is widely accepted

Driving is on the left side of the road and a valid license is required

A valid passport with at least 6 months remaining before expiration is required for entry and you must have a return or onward ticket

for most current information on visa requirements contact the Department of Immigration. If a visa is required please contact your local Brittish Consulate

All vistors entering and exiting Anguilla must clear Customs & Immigration at either the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or at Clayton J Lloyd International Airport. Persons