Solo Female Travel in Anguilla

Anguilla, a hidden gem of the Caribbean, is a small British overseas territory located east of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Known for its white-sand beaches stretching over 30 bays, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and vibrant coral reefs, it is a paradise for beach lovers, snorkelers, and divers. The island is famed for its relaxed atmosphere, luxurious resorts, and excellent restaurants as well, making it an idyllic destination for leisure travelers. History enthusiasts will appreciate Anguilla's historical sites such as the Heritage Collection Museum, and art lovers can explore numerous art galleries scattered around the island. Anguilla is also home to a diverse range of unique wildlife, offering guests an unforgettable nature experience.

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Safety:Very safe

Anguilla is generally considered a safe destination for solo female travelers. With its friendly and welcoming locals, safety is taken seriously there. However, like everywhere else, it's still important to take routine safety precautions such as avoiding solitary situations, especially at night, and always being aware of your surroundings.


Navigating Anguilla may involve a little hiccup here and there but it's quite manageable. The island is small and everyone is usually helpful so it's relatively easy to find your way around. However, there is no public transport system which can be a hurdle if you do not rent a vehicle. On the other hand, you can roam around on foot in local areas but for exploring more remote areas, you might need a cab or a rented vehicle.

Things to do:Interesting

Anguilla is notable for its stunning white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs- an absolute paradise for relaxation and water activities like snorkeling and diving. It also offers exciting opportunities for sailing and fishing. The local cuisine should not be missed with numerous seafood restaurants and traditional eateries presenting a gastronomic delight. On land, horseback riding and exploring historical ruins add to the charm. However, compared to other Caribbean islands, the nightlife and shopping might not be as vibrant.

Food:Above average

Anguilla offers a variety of local and international cuisines that will certainly please your palate. This island is known for its sumptuous seafood, and if you're a fan of lobster, snapper, or crayfish, your taste buds are in for a treat. The BBQ ribs have also gained a reputation among foodies. The island also specializes in mouthwatering local delicacies such as peas n’ rice and johnnycakes. Despite the diversity, the food can be somewhat expensive though, and vegetarian/vegan options, while present, aren't as varied.


Anguilla is a beautiful but expensive destination, offering pristine beaches and luxury resorts. However, it is possible for a budget-conscious traveler to navigate. Public transportation and local eateries can help cut costs but overall it ranks medium on the budget-friendly scale.

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