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ANGUILLA TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguageOfficially English and Anguillian Creole
What to eatBBQ or jerk-style meat, curried goat, seafood like spiny lobsters, crabs and prawns, fish like mahi-mahi or grouper, callalloo (a green leaf vegetable soup) and deep-fried fritters made with sweet or savoury staples (conch or coconut?)
What to bring backHandmade crafts like sculptures, woodworks or jewellery from local artisans (try the Devonish Art Gallery!), a bottle of Pyrat rum and records of local musicians (like the beloved Bankie Banx).
Fun FactAnguilla was first inhabited by a series of different indigenous tribes. One of these, the Arawak people, even believed that the planet’s first people originated from the island, more specifically, from two of the island’s caves. Named The Fountain and Big Spring caves, both are open to visitors and covered in ancient petroglyphs and carvings.
Important infoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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