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.

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.”

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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