Anguilla Experience, Cap Juluca Experience

Our Top 5 Anguilla Experiences

It’s a fresh year ahead, and 2017 is all about exploration. With so many adventures to be had on Anguilla, we’re here to help you discover a deeper sense of place by sharing our top five island experiences. Turn over a new leaf and plan your visit to Cap Juluca this year with our list below:

topphotoPhoto: Marguarite Clark

Come Sail Away

As you may know, Anguilla’s national sport is sailing. Get a first-hand experience of what it’s like to sail on a traditional West Indian sloop with the crew at Tradition Sailing. Take the tiller, raise the sails or simply relax as they top off your champagne. Arrange an afternoon snorkel, sunset sail or for the more adventurous, a day at Prickly Pear islands for prime snorkeling and the most delicious lobster on Anguilla.

tradition2Photo: David Lansing

Float On

Have you been to the treasured Little Bay? Little Bay has to be one of the most sought after beaches and natural wonders on Anguilla. The most relaxing way to experience this secluded cove teeming with sea turtles and enchanting cliffs is by boat. Hop aboard our Juluca Star for magic hour and bob the afternoon away in Little Bay with a chilled drink in hand.


Photo: Marguarite Clark

Castaway For A Day

While in Anguilla visiting every beach can be a challenge, so if we focus more on the experience – it doesn’t get more Caribbean than Sandy Island! This tiny island offers a cush beach on an ultra-secluded level. Imagine the day spent lazing under an airy thatched roof with Soca tunes and the occasional whiff of freshly grilled crayfish. Your vacant hammock awaits!

sandyisland_courtesy-lacyPhoto: Lacy Colley Yamaoka

Ride Island Style

Say yes to new adventures! The island’s horses cannot resist our warm, turquoise waters either and are always ready to take you along for an idyllic ride along Maundays Bay. Beginners and experienced riders are welcome, and the horses are extremely well mannered. Go for an afternoon dip or sunset experience with these magical creatures.

horse-in-water_courtesy-wesley-spencerPhoto: Wesley Spencer

Dance The Night Away

Omalie 360 has been playing at Cap Juluca for years and is known best for getting a crowd going! The band will have you swaying under the stars to John Legend or dancing the night away to the latest hits. Come out and see this talented group at Spice on Mondays from 6 to 9 p.m.


Photo: Omalie Durand


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