Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue – wedding bells immediately come to mind, but what about Anguilla? As fierce consumerism devours many hot places in the Caribbean, this time very little limestone in the sea has so far maintained its menagerie charming clapboard shacks (something old), while in weaving stunning vacation properties silence (something new) in the mixture. Visitors will discover a cultural melting pot (something borrowed), created along stunning beaches (very blue).
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One of the most interesting things about Anguilla is small it is difficult to decide whether the island is grossly underestimated or actually earns more noise than it deserves. Proponents cite the lack of restoration of development on neighboring islands (without casinos, nightclubs, etc.), and a serious local environment remains intact. But on the other hand, the extreme price hikes have made the island twice the risk of St. Bartholomew for the jet in September
While the debate will undoubtedly rage in the coming years, most agree that the best feature of the island (besides the sea oh-so-blue) is its malleability – Anguilla is a blank canvas, allowing visitors to design any type of vacation they want. Those looking for opulence and privacy can rent one of the many villas trails, while those looking to immerse themselves headlong into the sandy island culture is satiated with cold beer, reggae rhythms and evening meetings about smoky barbecues . And what is more satisfying than the discovery of a hidden local shelter that serves fresh lobster and a big smile for half the price of big-name joints down the street?
Surely many remember the fabulous family comedy, Gilligan’s Island, which aired on television during the 70’s and 80’s, where a group of castaways, very funny they were lost in the fictional island somewhere in Hawaii, feeding with the fruits that the island provided them home and armed with canes.
The fact that this place exists in Puerto Rico, and it is a wonderful tourist destination to enjoy a royal summer vacation in the Caribbean. Gilligan’s Island or Cayo Aurora is part of Guánica Biosphere Reserve.
This key is five minutes by boat from the coast, near the town of Guanica. The beach surrounding the cay is precious and shallow, making it perfect for the whole family. There are abundant mangroves and fish of different species.
On the island you can go snorkeling, kayaking, sightseeing around the island, or just relax and enjoy the wonderful natural environment and beautiful beaches.
There are two channels that are about ten feet deep perfect for swimming, but be careful of the jellyfish there. In terms of services the island has picnic areas, barbecues and toilets.