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Bird of Paradise Villa

Villa Location:
Sandy Hill Bay Beach, Anguilla
Mailing Address in USA:
9936 N. Lamplighter Lane, Mequon, WI 53092
Tel. 414.791.9461
Fax. 262.241.3183
The Bird of Paradise villa, located on Sandy Hill Bay beach, Anguilla, offers a unique blend of exquisite detail, spacious comfort, luxury, and quiet ambiance, located on a small bluff overlooking the Caribbean Sea and the islands of St. Barth's and St. Martin. The beautiful, crescent Sandy Hill Bay beach is a short walk down a path and the sheltered bay and beach offer excellent swimming and snorkeling as well as a safe harbor for a small yacht. Scuba Diving, as well as many other activities can be arranged.

LLoyds Bed & Breakfast

PO. Box 52
The Valley
Tel. 1 264 497 2351
Fax. 1 264 497 3028
Lloyds, Anguillas first accommodation facility is cozy, old fashioned and operated by the Lloyds family since 1959. Lloyds is a stone-throw from the Capital and convenient to restaurants, shops and Crocus Bay Beach.


35 square miles surrounded by turquoise waters and 33 uncrowded white sand beaches, Anguilla is truly a tropical paradise. From watersports to hiking, shopping to dining, Anguilla has something for every taste.

How is the diving in Anguilla? Unlike the pinnacles of neighboring Saba or the deep walls of St. Croix, Anguilla's natural diving is mostly shallow dives offshore or on fringing coral reefs. While there are some walls, caves, etc.., the real draw to Anguilla is wreck diving.

Five excellent wrecks are currently being dived and three more soon will be. El Buen Consejo is scheduled to be a marine park and historical site under the supervision of marine archaeologists.

Anguilla's turquoise waters boast seven marine parks: Dog Island, Prickley Pear, Seal Island Reef System, Little Bay, Sandy Island, Shoal Bay Harbour Reef System and Stoney Bay Marine Park.

You would be unlucky to spend a week diving in Anguilla and not see a turtle or two. The sand that surrounds the dive sites is where you will see stingrays and garden eels, and there is a good chance of spotting conch. If you have a penchant for sharks, Scrub Island at the eastern end of Anguilla will virtually guarantee you a sighting. The wrecks attract barracuda, both schools of small barracuda and solitary grandfather sized specimens.

Accommodation ranges from 5 star luxury hotels to guest-houses, apartments, villas and cottages. Many establishments are situated on the beach and offer boating, snorkelling, fishing and scuba-diving equipment. Restaurants offer a mixture of Continental, American and Anguillan dishes with the emphasis on seafood, including lobster, conch and a variety of fish. The nightlife is centred on the hotels and the tourist areas and visitors will be glad to find the atmosphere relaxed and friendly. Anguillians are warm and friendly people who will quickly become friends.

Climate 75 - 85F 24 - 29C Water Temp 77 to 83F 25 - 28C Visibility 60 - 100+ ft 18 - 30 m

Getting There

Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport is easily accessible by air, through the main gateways of Puerto Rico, St. Maarten/Martin, Antigua and St. Kitts, which are serviced by most major international airlines.

Airlines Serving Anguilla

Cape Air (Two scheduled daily flights from San Juan)

LIAT (Caribbean Airline, services Anguilla with direct and connecting ?ights from Antigua and St. Thomas)

Trans Anguilla (Charter Service throughout the Eastern Caribbean)

Ferries: Anguilla / St. Martin
Ferries are a popular way to travel between Anguilla and St. Martin. No reservations are necessary. Between 7:30AM and 6:15PM, ferries run at approximately 30-45 minute intervals between Blowing Point, Anguilla and Marigot Bay, St. Martin. Last ferries of the day are the 6:15PM from Anguilla and the 7:00PM from Marigot Bay, St. Martin. Regular one-way fare is US $15 or EC $40 for adults and children six years and older. Children 2 to 5 years old are US $10.

Entry Requirements

Travel Documents You'll Need
A valid passport is required by all visitors to Anguilla. Visitors are required to have a return or onward ticket. Additionally, citizens of certain countries below will also need entry visas.

Green card holders must have a valid green card and valid passport from their country of origin.

Nationals of the following countries require a visa to enter Anguilla:
Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Benin, Bhutan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Burkina, Burundi, Burma, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verdi, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Columbia, Comoros, Congo, Croatia, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, The Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kirgizstan, Korea (North), Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Maldives, Maki, Mauritania, Mauritius, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, SaoTome & Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Surinam, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zaire

Nationals of the following countries require
Direct Airside Transit Visas (DATVs):
Afghanistan, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, People's Rep of China, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Slovakia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Uganda, Yugoslavia, Zaire.

Helpful Visitor Information

Taxis are readily available to and from the airport or Ferry Dock. They are also available for island tours. Rates are preset, there are no meters.

Driving is on the left and the speed limit is 30 mph. To rent a car you'll need your valid driver's license from your resident country, and $20 to purchase a temporary Anguilla driver's license. Temporary Anguilla driver's licenses are available through car rental agencies. Well-maintained rental cars and jeeps are readily available. Car seats are available at rental agencies. Reservations for 'in season' car rentals and children's car seats should be made in advance.

Two Wheeled Rentals
Many visitors to sightsee on a bike or scooter. Bikes are available from about $10 per day, scooters from about $20 per day.

Money Matters
US currency is widely accepted throughout the island. Prices on menus, in hotels and for activities are generally quoted in US dollars. ATMs on Anguilla accept international bank cards. Currently there are five ATMs located conveniently throughout the Island: one each at National Bank of Anguilla (NBA), Scotia Bank, Caribbean Commercial Bank, and Ashley & Sons Grocery.

110 AC voltage, the same as in the USA

The water is safe to drink, however bottled water is available at hotels and convenience stores.

Attire is casual. It is generally advisable to bring a light sweater or wrap for evenings. There are no nude/topless beaches on Anguilla; keep your clothes on!

There is very little crime in Anguilla; however, travelers should take normal precautions such as locking doors and securing valuables.

Activities and Attractions

There are many activities in addition to diving that you will enjoy on Anguilla. The following is just a sample of what you can find.

Horseback riding through trails and along beaches is a great way to discover Anguuilla.

Parasailing provides breathtaking island views for those not faint of heart.

Paddleboating and kayaking allows you to enjoy the tuquoise waters at your own pace.

Windsurfing is an exhilarating experience, gliding across the waters. Lessons are available if you would like to learn.

Try your luck for the big game fish found off the coast of Anguilla - including Tuna, Wahoo, Marlin and more. Charters are readily available.

Explore the underwater world from total comfort. The surrounding reefs come alive in glass bottom boat tours.

Want to just enjoy a day in the warm, tropical sun? Boats of various sizes are available for charter. Cruise the crystal clear waters, snorkel swim or have a picnic on a secluded beach.

Hiking is another great way to discover the island and enjoy the bounty of nature here. Miles of trails tred, including a small, but beautiful rainforest.

Not up for hiking? How about a casual and relaxing bike ride. The flat terrain of Anguilla makes it easy and fun.

Anguilla's Art Galleries provide your senses with the tropical colors of the Caribbean.

Discover the past with with a museum tour. More than 3000 years of heritage on display.

Who thought dining could be so much fun? With more choices per acre than New York City, the gourmet choices will turn on your taste buds.

You will not find sprawling department stores for shopping in Anguilla. What you will find are small shops and boutiques, offering local paintings and crafts, spices, tropical clothing, island music, antiques, curios and other souvenirs.


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