There are two main ways to reach Anguilla, the small island nation found in the Caribbean Sea. Tourists can purchase flights to St. Martin/St. Maarten's Princess Juliana International Airport and catch the ferry to Anguilla. Alternatively, they can buy direct flights to Anguilla and land at Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, formerly referred to as Anguilla Wallblake Airport, which is Anguilla's main airport. Anguilla's airport is very small in size and offers few amenities. Taxis are available at the airport. Travelers landing on Anguilla flights at St. Martin/St. Maarten Airport can take the ferry from St. Martin's Marigot ferry dock which is accessible by taxi.
Taxis in Anguilla are unmetered and have set rates making it easy for you to budget your cab fare. Taxi drivers are happy to offer tours of the island. These tours often last hours in duration, the fees for which must be paid in cash. Cars, bikes, and mopeds can be rented for the exploration of Anguilla. Rental cars are available from a range of different agencies, including well-known companies such as Hertz and Avis. For bike rentals, visitors may wish to try Boo's Car and Cycle Rentals or Premier Mountain Bike Rentals.
Anguilla is home to many gardens, including the Hydroponic Farm and Organic Gardens, the Endangered Species Garden, and Indigenous Local Plants Gardens. If flora and fauna does not appeal to you, a walk around the Temenos Golf Club's green may strike up some interest. The amateur golfer may wish to try their hand at mini-golf at the Play-A-Round Mini-Golf Park instead. Horseback riding is popular with children and adults who have purchased airfare to Anguilla. This activity is offered by Seaside Stables, Cliffside Stables, and El Rancho Del Blues. For a relaxing ocean experience Shoal Bay Scuba offers diving activities in Anguilla.
Tourists on cheap flights to Anguilla will find an enchanting shopping experience awaits them. The Savannah Gallery offers eclectic works of art for travelers to take back home as treasured souvenirs. Uncle Ernie's on Shoal Bay Beach is where tourists on Anguilla flights will find local yet affordable BBQ food. Roy's, above Crocus Bay, is a British-owned eating establishment, known for serving up delicious fish and chips. Oriental Restaurant and Bar is where quality Chinese cuisine is found. Anguilla offers many destinations in which to relax and listen to music. Johnno's Beach Bar and Grill is a popular hangout. For those who are musically inclined English Rose Restaurant offers karaoke on Friday nights.