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What to do in Anegada

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Anegada is located roughly 15 miles north of Virgin Gorda, and is known best for its stunning snorkeling and scuba diving options in the coral reefs that surround the island. The island is home to the Bones Bight nature trail, and is a prime destination for water sports, fishing, or just spending the day bird-watching at Nutmeg Point.
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The natural undersea canyons that drop off the coast of Anageda’s North Drop make for ideal conditions for blue marlin and other big game fish. Booking a charter boat with a guide is a great way to experience some of the best sports fishing in the...
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At 18 miles long, Horseshoe Reef is the fourth largest barrier coral reef in the world. This marine conservation area is one of the best places for spotting colorful fish and even sunken ships.
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Anegada, British Virgin Islands
A maze of stone walls surround the quaint main village of Anegada, known as "The Settlement." The sparse series of homes, shops, churches, and government buildings haven’t been touched much by tourism, and offer a great way to spend the day...
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In the early 1980s, flamingos were all but nonexistent from the Salt Ponds on Anegada. Today, more than 200 of these pink birds call the Salt Ponds home, as do a number of other migrating seabirds and shorebirds. These wetlands encompass more than...
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The Anegada ground iguana is one of the oldest species of rock iguanas in the world, and is the most genetically divergent of the West Indies' rock iguanas. Unfortunately, these species are becoming widely extinct, with less than 300 left in the...
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Although this professional spot isn’t ideal for beginners, it’s one of the best locations for kiteboarding in the Caribbean and has historically been used as the site of the BVI kiteboarding championship.
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Conch shells line the beach at this amazing local bar, where the lobster is caught fresh and even the serving is larger than what you’d get for a whole lobster at most restaurants.
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Lobster is served in almost every restaurant in the British Virgin Islands, but while on Anegada, don’t miss the chance to sample as much of the island’s world famous spiny lobster. Try this colorful crustacean curried, barbecued, grilled,...
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Luxuriate in the unspoiled white sands, snorkel in the coral reefs right off the shore, or seek shelter at one of the many local beach bars that line the coastline along Loblolly Beach. Despite the allure of this attractive area, Loblolly is...
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Theodolph Halburn Faulkner was a political activist who played a vital role in establishing a Constitution and a new Legislative Council in 1949. He is known as one of the “Fathers of this Little Nation,” and, as of 2000, his former home has been...
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If your idea of paradise includes a thatched-roof tent overlooking an azure sea, then Anegada Beach Club is the resort for you. Just don’t expect to rough it here—the beachfront and ocean-view glamping lodgings at this recently...