Welcome To Anguilla

The Valley

91 sq kms

Eastern Caribbean Dollars

Emergency numbers


Anguilla Government

Law ministry
Judicial Department

Latest population

Anguilla Political parties
Anguilla United Movement

Founded : 21 February 2005
Website : http://anguillaunitedmovement.com/

Anguilla Democratic Party
Founded : 21 February 2005

Anguilla National Alliance
Founded : 21 February 2005
Website : http://www.unitedfront.ai/

Anguilla Patriotic Movement
Founded : 21 February 2005

Anguilla United Front
Founded : 07 January 2000

Protestant 73.2%
Roman Catholic 6.8%
Jehovah's Witness 1.1%
Other Christian 10.9%
Other 3.2%
Unspecified 0.3%
None 4.5%

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Where is Anguilla located in this large world ?
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Interesting facts

A Tax Haven

the first form of income tax

The Residents : Most people who live in Anguilla are the black people.

the non-Anguillian population

Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory in the Eastern Caribbean.

The Island History And Culture : The island’s history and culture are preserved by the Anguilla National Trust or ANT

Taino Indians : Taino Indians are the famous artifacts in Anguilla

The Most Common Food : The most common food eaten by the people are the seafood because they are abundant in this small island.

The national sport : The national sport in Anguilla is boat racing.

Its nearest neighbours are Antigua and Barbuda to the southeast, Saint-Martin and Saint Kitts and Nevis to the south, US Virgin Islands to the southwest and British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to the west.

To relax on the stunning sandy beaches that this incredible country has to offer, head for the coordinates of 18.2272° N, 63.0490° W.

Anguilla is a flat and low lying coral and limestone island.

The total land area of Anguilla is 35 square miles (91 square kilometres)…
That’s almost 3 times the size of Blackpool.

Anguilla’s population was 16,418 in 2015…
That’s less than 1/8th of the population of Blackpool!

Residents here are known as Anguillians.

The capital is The Valley; it had a population of 1,067 in 2011.

Anguillians enjoy a tropical climate, moderated by northeast trade winds. There is a dry season from February to April and a rainy season from May to January.
Although the tiny island of Anguilla boasts two airports, only one of them has a paved runway!

The official language of Anguilla is English.

Christopher Columbus first discovered the island in 1493 and apparently named it Anguilla because of its eel-like shape!

East Caribbean Dollar is the official currency here.

Anguilla was once inhabited by the cannibalistic Carib tribe, who captured the island from the peaceful Arawak tribe!

The average life span here is 81 years.

Unusually, Anguilla’s national sport is boat racing!

Anguilla grows tobacco and vegetables; they also rear cattle and catch fish.

Its industry consists of tourism, boat building and offshore financial services.

The main exports include lobster, fish, salt, livestock, rum and concrete blocks.

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