FAQ Anguilla

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Anguilla Facts
English is the official and spoken language.
Yes, there are several ATM machines around the island.
Yes.  Should you be travelling with a group of more than 20 people we can accommodate them. We can bring in tents and equipment for events/meals for up to 60 people. In addition, there are other nice spots close by where we can have additional guests stay at various price points. Please contact us for further information.  
For peace of mind, we highly recommend travel insurance. Travel insurance protects your non-refundable payment should you need to cancel due to a covered reason. From cancelled flights or unexpected health issues of a traveler or a loved one that prevents you from going on your trip, to lost or stolen luggage, travel insurance is your safety net. Additionally, if a family member requires a medical procedure while abroad, these items and much more are covered by travel insurance. Plan for the unexpected!  Please refer to link on the bottom on our homepage for easy access  to Travel Insurance  
Just play it safe we recommend drinking bottled water which is provided at our villas and is readily available all over Anguilla.
Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines before every trip.  However you should contact your doctor for further information.
The official currency is the East Caribbean Dollar, with the US Dollar being widely and most commonly accepted.
The easiest way to get to Anguilla is to fly there, but you can also fly into Princess Juliana International Airport in Saint Maarten, and then either take a flight, ferry, or boat to Anguilla.
A passport valid beyond your departure date and return and onward tickets are required for all visitors to Anguilla.

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