Four Seasons Resort and Residences has now officially reopened in Anguilla since closing after the passing of Hurricane Irma.
The iconic 181 bedroom resort situated on Barnes Bay is the largest employer on the island so with the re opening comes confidence that Anguilla is bouncing back.
With the re opening, Four Seasons Resort and Residences is also offering a fifth night package to visitors.
For more info. https://press.fourseasons.com/anguilla/hotel-news/2018/now-reopen/
The long talked about superyacht marina in Anguilla is becoming closer and closer to a reality with the arrival of Edgewater Resources, a famous waterfront and marina construction company.
They have recently visited the island of Anguilla and conducted a feasibility study on the commercial viability of the project and engaged with many persons in the Anguillian community as well as public officials.
President of Edgewater, Gregory Weykamp and his team attended a meeting at La Vue Conference room on 25th January 2018 where they conducted a thorough presentation on the benefits of the project and took questions from the public and how it could be potentially financed.
With so many A class performers, this year's August Monday in Anguilla is shaping up to be another spectacular. I am anticipating this year on 7th August, August Monday will continue the trend of getting bigger without compromising on quality. Find out how to get to Anguilla here
On the first Monday of August Sandy Ground undergoes a transformation from sleepy village to the epicentre of partying in the Caribbean. August Monday culturally has always been an event for Anguilla's favourite sport boat racing and over the years has manifested into a free full blown beach party where people all over the world flock to. Find out how to get to Anguilla here
Being so close to the equator Anguilla is unsurprisingly a very hot island. During the summer temperatures can easily go above 90 degrees Fahrenheit and with little rain to give respite from the heat things can quickly get sticky and uncomfortable. To deal with this dilemma I have found a delicious solution to combat these long sweltering days. This solution is called Tropical Treats.
Since opening its doors in 1999 by local Anguillian chef Dale Carty, Tasty's Restaurant is one of the go to spots for authentic Anguillian cuisine. It is a favourite amongst locals as well as visitors always reinventing local food and introducing new dishes.
At only 35 square miles Anguilla has surprisingly a lot of night spots. With so many options available it can be difficult to make a decision especially when you are limited in time on the island. I have narrowed down three places I think stands out from the pack and is worth checking out.
Located next to Carimar Beach Club and Malliohana hotel on Meads Bay, Blanchard's restaurant and Beach Shack are two highly rated food establishments on Anguilla. Both are owned by Bob and Melinda Blanchard and serve delicious Caribbean cuisine utilizing local Anguillian flavours and ingredients.
A sunset in the Caribbean is truly one of the world's most beautiful things to witness and sets the scene for romance for hopeless romantics like myself. I had the luck to be invited by Calypso Charters for a sunset cruise while I was in Anguilla and I have to say it was by far my favourite experience.