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3 Days in Anguilla

Day 3 – Time to Climb

Skip the pricey hotel breakfast and fuel up with a hearty bacon, egg and cheese sandwich at Valley Bistro. You’ll need some fortification for the journey to the remote snorkeling haven of Little Bay.

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Little Bay – Anguilla

Getting to the minuscule beach involves hiking an unmarked trail then climbing down a steep cliff with a rope as your only safety net. Afraid of heights? There are usually local boaters who will pick you up at nearby Crocus Bay and speed you over for around $15.

Lunch with a View

Perched on a bluff overlooking Meads Bay, the Restaurant at Malliouhana has a new menu featuring gourmet pizza, locally caught snapper, and sinful lobster mac ’n’ cheese, along with super-healthy vegetarian options like grilled kale with local fresh corn “funghi.”

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Restaurant at Malliouhana

Gourmet Gastronomy

Not much farming happens in Anguilla with its thin soil and scant water, so the folks at CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa built an onsite hydroponic farm to supply fresh produce and herbs to all its restaurants. Get a taste of that goodness at the eight-course Wednesday night Chef’s Table, with creative local fish and seafood dishes.


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