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Small is beautiful

Only 91 square kilometres, Anguilla is a coral-and-limestone oasis of barefoot elegance in the Eastern Caribbean, with 33 unspoiled beaches and boundless things to do, eat and enjoy. Find out why this English-speaking culinary capital is the holiday choice of Leonardo DiCaprio, LeBron James — and Canadian sun-seekers like you.

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Make memories in paradise

With Anguilla's famed coral reefs, families can enjoy unforgettable snorkeling or spy turtles and parrotfish from a glass-bottom boat off Shoal Bay East. Spend action-packed hours riding horses, tubing or wakeboarding; or savour quiet stretches of sandcastle-building, followed by a casual beach-shack meal and sunset family cruise.

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Small island, big flavour

A unique blend of West Indian, African, French and British influences makes Anguilla (and its 100+ restaurants) a must for foodies. Seafood is the star, whether red snapper served in foil on the beach or spiny lobster seasoned with famed local sea salt at a 5-star resort. Add pigeon peas and rum punch, and you're set!

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From watersports to music

If you can tear yourself away from the water (and the scuba diving, kayaking and kitesurfing), there's adventure inland, from ATV rentals to cliff hikes. Go caving in Katouche, the rainforest of Anguilla, or take a wildlife tour in the wetlands. Recount your sightings over cocktails and reggae — Anguilla is famous for live music.

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Stay in a dream villa

Anguilla does have stunning resorts and hotels, but for small groups, privacy lovers and luxury seekers, it's hard to beat a villa. Anguilla has hundreds of unique accommodation options, from fully staffed waterfront estates to convenient, budget-friendly condos. Bonus: grocery stores and delicious takeout meals are never far away.

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