Anguilla has bounced back following 2017’s Hurricane Irma. The tourism industry has largely recovered and there’s plenty on tap for visitors, including luxury resorts, a rum-focused bar and the return of the Moonsplash music festival.
The luxury Zemi Beach House resort on Anguilla’s Shoal Beach Bay has a bar dedicated to rum. The Rhum Room serves more than 100 varieties of the liquor in a club-like atmosphere. There is even “rummelier” to help with your selection. Read more at Travel + Leisure.
Anguilla often flies under the tourist radar, but this Caribbean island offers pristine beaches and luxury resorts. The island quickly recovered from 2017’s Hurricane Irma and though pricier than islands catering to the all-inclusive crowd, Anguilla has plenty of options for visitors. Read more at National Post.
Anguilla’s Moonsplash music festival returns after a one-year hiatus due to Hurricane Irma. The festival occurs during a full moon from March 21-24 and features some of the biggest names in reggae music. Read more at Caribbean Journal.
Anguilla tourism is starting to bounce back following Hurricane Irma. According to the Anguilla Tourist Board stopover arrivals to the island have risen 22 percent compared to before the hurricane hit the island in 2017. Read more at Caribbean Journal.