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Getting To Anguilla

Anguilla is located in the Eastern Caribbean, (18º North Latitude and 63º West Longitude) just one-hour east of Puerto Rico and seven minutes north of Dutch St. Maarten by air; and 20 minutes north from French St. Martin by ferry.

Anguillais a British overseas territory in theCaribbeanIt is one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antillies, lying east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and directly north of Saint Martin/St Maarten. The territory consists of the main island of Anguilla itself, approximately 16 miles (26 km) long by 3 miles (5 km) wide at its widest point, together with a number of much smaller islands and cays with no permanent population. The island's capital is The Valley. The total land area of the territory is 35 square miles (90 km2),with a population of approximately 14,500 (2013 estimate).

Air Service

Winair (1-866-466-0410 www.fly-winair.com) offers scheduled daily service between Anguilla and St. Maarten. Private charters are also offer by Anguilla Air Services (264-498-5822 www.anguillaairservices.com).

There are no nonstop flights from mainland North America or Europe to San Juan, Puerto Rico, or nearby St. Maarten. Some visitors come from St. Kitts, Antigua, or St. Thomas.  Less costly and most effective option is via St Maarten and then Ferry to Anguilla.

From the U.S. the airlines that serve St. Maarten are Spirit , Jet Blue, Continental, Delta, American Airlines and U.S Airways.

In the U.S., the airlines American Airlines, South West Airlines, U.S. Airways, Spirit Airlines and JetBlue all serve Puerto Rico.

In Canada, Air Canada, American Airlines or Continental Airlines serve Puerto Rico. Air Canada has a direct flight into St. Maarten which is usually once a week at certain times during the year. Other alternatives would be American Airlines, US Airways as well as other Canadian charter companies.

From Europe, in addition to St. Maarten, and San Juan, you can reach Anguilla through Antigua. Air France and KLM, offers flights to St. Maarten.

From Europe, both British Airways and Virgin Atlantic airlines serve Antigua.  You will need to secure alternate travels from Antigua to Anguilla

From Puerto Rico you may also use Anguilla Air Express (Rainbow International Airlines) charter service to Anguilla daily.

There are a number of options available for getting to Anguilla. Visitors can fly directly into Anguilla's Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport from Puerto Rico via Cape Air and Anguilla Air Services, or opt to fly directly to St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Thomas or St. Kitts for easy transfer to Anguilla:

• San Juan via Cape Air and Anguilla Air Express
• St. Thomas via LIAT
• St. Maarten/Martin: St. Maarten via scheduled and chartered air with WINAIR, LIAT, and Anguilla Air Services
• Antigua and St. Kitts via LIAT

Anguilla Air Services -www.anguillaairservices.com;info@anguillaairservices.com

Cape Air -www.capeair.net

Anguilla Air Express -info@anguillaairexpress.com

LIAT -www.liatairline.com

WINAIR -www.fly-winair.com

Ferries: Anguilla / St. Martin

Ferries are a popular way to travel between Anguilla and St. Martin. Between 7:30AM and 7:00PM, ferries run at approximately 45 minute intervals between Blowing Point, Anguilla and Marigot Bay, St. Martin every day. No reservations are necessary. Ferry crossings are US$20 each way, plus US$5 departure tax. Last ferries of the day are 6:15 p.m from Anguilla and 7:00 p.m from Marigot Bay. Ferries are also available for charter.

There are several options for transfers to Anguilla from Princess Juliana Airport in St. Maarten.

Private Boat Charter/Motor Launch

A 25-minute boat ride departs from the nearby lagoon at Princess Juliana Airport and disembarks at the Blowing Point Ferry Port in Anguilla. Guests must first clear Immigration and Customs in St. Maarten and then proceed to Anguilla. Maximum 12 persons per private charter.

LINK FERRIES: 1-264-235-3290/1-264-729-9418 -fbconnor@anguillanet.com

GB EXPRESS: (264) 235-6205/(011) 599-581-3568 (SXM)/1-321-406-0414 (US) -afscs@anguillanet.com

FUNTIME CHARTERS: 1-866-334-0047 -www.funtime-charters.com

NO FEAR SEA TOURS: 1-264-235-6354 -nofearseatours@yahoo.com

GARFIELD SEA TOURS: 1-264-235-7902 -www.gotcha-garfields-sea-tours-anguilla.com

A scheduled Sea Shuttle service enables Guests to take a shared motor launch from the lagoon near Juliana Airport to Blowing Point Ferry Port in Anguilla without the high price of a private motor launch. The Sea Shuttle will meet main flights from the US and Europe that arrive in the afternoon. There is also a Sea Shuttle available to take Guests to St. Maarten to catch their planes.

Travel Documents You'll Need

A valid passport (with at least 6 months before expiration) is required by all visitors to Anguilla. Visitors are required to have a return or onward ticket. Additionally, citizens of certain countries will also need entry visas. Green card holders must have a valid green card and valid passport from their country of origin.

For more information click here:http://ivisitanguilla.com/entry-documentation/

 

GETTING TO LA VUE:

When you arrive in Anguilla Via the Airport or Ferry Terminal it is fairly easy to obtain a taxi to La Vue:  From blowing point ferry terminal  as you exist customs there is a taxi stand located on the left hand side.  You can simply approach the Agent and let him/her know that you wish to go to La Vue and they will assign you a driver.  The cost from Blowing Point Ferry Terminal is approximately US$10.00 2 persons.  Each additional person is US$5.00, your first 2 pieces of luggage are complimentary and then it is a US$1.00 per piece after that.   

The proceedures remains the same from the Clayton Llyod International Airport, however the cost differs slightly offering a taxi rate of US$18.00 for 2 persons.  Each additional person is US$5.00.

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