Anguilla Travel Tips
Travel information and tips for visitors to Anguilla
To make your Anguilla vacation more comfortable, there are a few things you should know. Here are some tips to help you have a wonderful time here.
The official currency of Anguilla is the Eastern Caribbean dollar. U. S. dollars are accepted almost anywhere on Anguilla, and usually will be listed as prices, but it’s a good idea to exchange some cash just in case. Banks on the island will give you the best exchange rate, but some hotels will also exchange USD to Eastern Caribbean in a pinch.
There are several banks on the island of Anguilla: National Bank of Anguilla, Caribbean Commercial Bank, and Scotia Bank. ATMs can be found in each of these and in grocery stores and gas stations
We recommend checking with the consulate as to current restrictions and also picking up some portable adjustable pet steps like the ones at GoodSteps.Dog.
Electrical outlets are the same as in the U. S., 110 AC.
The water is safe to drink, so no precautions are needed when washing vegetables or fruit. Bottled water is also readily available.
The weather in Anguilla is consistently around 80°F. There is little precipitation on Anguilla with rain more likely to occur summer through hurricane season than the rest of the year.
Traveling to Anguilla
A valid passport and return ticket is needed to gain entry to Anguilla.
Passport and return ticket required, and there is a $20 departure tax when departing Anguilla through the airport.
Dress in Anguilla is casual, but please dress with respect to the many that make their home here. Beachwear is appropriate for the beach or pool, but not for walking around town.
There is one hospital and several medical clinics on Anguilla.