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We sailed to Prickly Pear and picked up a mooring (there are about 4). Otherwise you can anchor. What a beautiful beach and island! You can get cocktails on the beach and rent chairs. We were two families with 5 kids (ages 10-14) and they...More
Anguilla provides a wonderful opportunity to relax in a stunning natural setting:
a British overseas territory since 1982, so Anguilla has some features that are essential to know when travelling there, it's very nice to visit this natural island; the most important is probably driving...More
This is an incredible "deserted island" about 10 minutes off the north coast of Anguilla. There is a restaurant on the island open from time to time but just a visit to the island by itself is worthwhile. It is only accessible by boat but...More
We took a charter power boat ride but stopped at this island. It was small but lovely. The beach was clean And they were enough chairs and umbrellas on the beach if you wanted a little shade. There was a wonderful little restaurant for light...More
We had some of the best snorkeling in Anguilla at Prickly Pear Cays. Saw huge Parrot Fish with some crazy looking teeth (I was a little scared of the really big one we saw). We even saw some pretty big Sting Rays. So fun!
What a fun day- starting with the men's hoisting of the sails of the catamaran and the peaceful sail to Anguilla. We arrived at Prickly Pear Cay and were provided with all of the snorkling equipment we needed to enjoy the goregous reef and sea...More