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Passports and VisasA return/onward ticket and a passport are required for entry.
Health InformationNo vaccinations required for entry.
TimeEST +1, does not recognize daylight savings.
ElectricityThe electricity is 110 volts 60 cycles.
Languages SpokenEnglish is the official language.
CurrencyEastern Caribbean Dollar (EC$) is the official currency, however, US$ is accepted everywhere.
Gratuity TipsMost restaurants and hotels include a service charge in their tabs; if they do not, tip 10-15%. Tip cab drivers 10-15% as well.
Taxes and VATSThere is an 8% government room tax. Airport departure tax is $10 US. Ferryboat departure tax is $2.00.
Banks, Credit Cards, ATMsBanking hours are 8 AM- 12PM and 1 PM-4 PM Monday-Friday. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Diners Club are accepted at most venues.
Driver License RequirementsIf you have a valid foreign or international license you can obtain a temporary license for $10.00 US. These are issued by car rental companies and also at the Treasury office in the Valley. In Anguilla, one drives on the left.
Clothing RequirementsBeachwear such as a bathing suit, t-shirt, shorts sandals, sun-hat, sunglasses, etc. It's always a good idea to bring a lightweight sweater or jacket for cooler evenings.
Tourism InformationAnnual tourism to Anguilla is more than 100,000 visitors.
This tiny island paradise offers honeymooners over 30 white sand beaches, extraordinary scenery, world-class accommodations and mouth-watering cuisine. This British Overseas Territory is only 16 miles long and 3 miles wide at its widest point, but there is so much to do on such a small piece of land. Visitors can tour historic sites and museums, visit art galleries, go horseback riding, dance to island beats, take an excursion to its underwater world, go snorkeling, take an afternoon cruise, relax basking in the sun or stroll down the beach at sunset with someone special.
- Gallery Tour-the artist community is expanding and visitors can take a guided tour of the island's art galleries and studios (arranged through Savannah Gallery, 264-497-2263)
- The Anguilla National Trust Museum-has an educational display of some of the island's natural, archaeological and historical assets
- The Heritage Museum-a well organized collection of historical items, documents and photographs that trace the island's history
- Old Salt Factory and Pumphouse-tour covers this once important island industry, the salt pond and the history of the Anguilla salt industry
- Sydney's Antique Museum-highlights Anguilla's homelife of yesteryear
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Destination Wedding Information
- Waiting period: 2 days
- Passport or birth certificate and photo driver's license
- Two witnesses needed
- Proof of residency in respective country
- Proof of divorce or death certificate