Frequently Asked Questions
Clayton J. Lloyd Airport is situated on the immediate outskirts of The Valley, the island’s main administrative and commercial centre. The runway is 5,440 feet and can accommodate small to medium size aircraft including most corporate jets.
All persons traveling to and from Anguilla must clear Customs & Immigration at either the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or at Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport. Persons traveling by private boat must contact and clear Customs & Immigration at Sandy Ground.
A departure tax of US$20 is charged at the airport; US$23 at the ferry port on the French side; US$28 at the ferry port on the Dutch side
All manner of watersports – diving and snorkeling; sport fishing; sailing; windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boards and kayaking.A variety of land sports – bird watching; golf, tennis, horse riding, cave treks, art gallery hopping and sightseeing historical sites and natural attractions
There are 33 pristine beaches.
With more than 100 fine dining and local restaurants, Anguilla is an epicurean’s delight. Caribbean flavors have been fused with international cuisines to create a wide range of dishes. Seafood features heavily on Anguillan menus, with local crayfish and whole lobster or grilled snapper, swordfish and mahi mahi among the specialties.
While the Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the ofﬁcial currency of Anguilla, the US dollar is widely accepted across the island. The exchange rate is US$1.00 = EC$2.68..
Casual, but in good taste (short shorts, bikinis, bra-type tops and toplessness in both men and women are undesirable in public places; nude and topless swimming and/or sunbathing are not permitted). All beaches are public.
Driving is on the left-hand side of the road, and a valid driver’s license and a temporary Anguillian driver’s license are required.
110 Volts AC, same as the United States
Rainy season is usually September through October.
If you have any other questions please let us know and we will be happy to assist you.
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