The Valley | Tourist Attractions in Anguilla
The capital of Anguilla and the island's physical, commercial, and political hub is the modest, sprawling Valley. The Anguilla National Trust, which has exhibits on the island's natural and cultural heritage, is a wonderful site to start a sightseeing tour. Other activities, such the Anguilla Heritage Tour, birding tours, and nature hikes, can also be planned here. Wallblake House, a 1787 plantation house that is a popular destination for tourists along the Heritage Trail, can be toured inside with advance notice. Small galleries in The Valley feature some of the vibrant Caribbean art, and if you're looking to go shopping in Anguilla, you may frequently find one-of-a-kind souvenirs there. Taking a family vacation? At Anguilla Watersports, one of the largest inflatable aqua parks in the Caribbean, they may let off steam. In addition to glass-bottom kayak and stand-up paddleboard tours and rentals, you can also arrange kitesurfing instruction here.
The highest point on the island, Crocus Hill, offers stunning views over the city and Anguilla. And if you're yearning for a swim in the chilly sea, Crocus Bay Beach, which is close by and has smooth sands and clear seas as well as a café and sun loungers, is a terrific location to go.
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