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We spent nine days on Shoal Bay and loved it. The water is every color of clear blue and green. There are amazing birds to watch fish, a gentle-to-moderate surf to play in, and soft sand to walk. The main beach is about 8/10 of...More
Shoal Bay is different than many of the other beautiful beaches on Anguilla in that it also offers good snorkeling on calm water days. It has beach dining and lounging. The water is great for swimming.
Shoal Bay lives up to its rating as one of the worlds top ranked beaches. It is beautiful, picturesque and the weather is perfect. It has been been 80 every single day we’ve been here and the humidity is extremely low. I have yet to...More
they have this cute little restaurant that has great shrimp kebab- comes with a salad and everything.. beach itself is excellent. beware that the parking is 5$ and the beach chairs are also 5$- we brought our own towels
We have no perspective because we stayed at Zemi, which is right on the beach, and we went to no other. Our thought was, we're at the top of the mountain so why go elsewhere. The sand was white as can be. The water has...More
We stayed at a hotel on this beach and enjoyed ourselves. The beach is great for walking and the water is beautiful. There are 5 beach bars/restaurants that offer different levels of food. Beach chairs are available for $10 for 2 chairs and an umbrella...More
Early September is the peak of hurricane season!! I live in Florida and it seems that there is always a storm somewhere in the Caribbean the first part of September. We always go to Anguilla at the end of April or first... More
Early September is the peak of hurricane season!! I live in Florida and it seems that there is always a storm somewhere in the Caribbean the first part of September. We always go to Anguilla at the end of April or first part of May so I can't speak for October. But, I certainly wouldn't go during the first part of September. Monitoring hurricane threats is not what I want to do on vacation.