We've been going to Anguilla since 1999 - not each and every year, but most since 2005 - and have done a variety of versions of our vacation (although they all may seem very similar to some readers) - we've gone as a couple with no kids to Cap Juluca, but since then have always rented villas with the kids and we've had some that we absolutely love and a one or two not so much, but mostly raves. But, last year we went with another family at Christmas time and decided it was so much fun we are going back again this year (we usualy have gone for Spring Break, March/April). We are renting a villa in Lochrum and love going to different beaches, varying our lunch choices, going out for dinner, but also dining in.
My question is, we have done almost all there is to do on the island, but if there is one thing that most people don't know about that we should do, would love to hear about it. We love the regularity of our visits, but it's always nice to add a new spice to the trip.
Some of the things we've done: Prickley Pear, Pinnel Island (St. Martin) for a day, Silly Cay, Smokey's, Palm Grove, Da Vida's, Little Bay, Meads Bay, drinks at Viceroy, most every restaurant, stupid dolphins (we had no idea.......rainy day, btw, kids hated it), Dune Preserve, everything (we think) on Shoal Bay East, Trattoria Tromonto for the day and lunch, snorkeling with Junior, etc.
Our kids are going to be 13, 14, and two 16-year olds.
Suggestions? Thanks everyone in advance!