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About Anguilla

Welcome to Anguilla the land of beautiful beaches with lust white sand 

Many ask why Anguilla! what is there on this faraway little Caribbean island to see or do hmmm! most visitors and investor was very surprise for what there saw when there arrived on Anguilla. Although Anguilla is one of the smallest British over seas territory its have all the modern essentials like Electricity, water, phone (land and mobile)  but also internet and Wi-Fi connection around the island, over the year Anguilla was able to evolve its modes of transportation not only on land but by sea and air, most of Anguilla main roads are paved making it easy and safe to drive around the island, Anguilla vehicles drive on the left-hand side of the road, most of the cars are Right-hand drive make it very difficult for most Americans to drive a right hand vehicle but you can get a reliable left-hand drive car from at Wendell Connor's Car rental  an island professional car rental company since 1982, which stared offer visitor of Anguilla with newer hire Cars, Jeeps, SUV’s and mini-vans, they also have taxi and tour transfer vehicles for all class, type and size.

Anguilla were able to master the sea with regulator schedule ferry shuttle service from Dutch and French St.Marrten/St.Martin "but wait what if I am in a rush or just want to have exclusive water taxi" you can charter a boat for fishing trips, round the island tours or to take you to any neighbouring island. Anguilla have a unique international airport (Clayton J Lloyd international Airport) so getting to and from Anguilla is accessible from any part of the world. Let us talk a bit about Anguilla culture, 95% of the island people speak English and of color people, very friendly & kind honest and hardworking people, always willing to help and make visitor and locals happy and feel at home. This island national currency is EC dollar (eastern Caribbean money) but you will find that the US dollar is mostly used, reason for this is that tourism and foreign investment are the two main drive industries on Anguilla. Mostly everything must be imported from overseas, like building materials and food products but there are local farmers and fishermen, the local agriculture provides fruits and vegetables that can be found at stalls or most supermarkets. The men of the sea provide the island people and restaurants with fresh fish of all kinds, lobsters and crayfish, you may wonder if they will be enough for you and your family when you visit Anguilla the answer is YES there everything from hardware stores to multiple supermarkets around Anguilla. (to continue please check back at a later date)