The Anguilla Tourist Board, Coronation Avenue, The Valley, Anguilla, B.W.I. (tel. 264/497-2759 or 800/553-4939; fax 264/497-2710; www.anguilla-vacation.com), is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.
In the United States, contact Ms. Marie Walker, 246 Central Ave., White Plains, NY 10606 (tel. 877/426-4845 or 914/287-2400; email@example.com), or log onto www.anguilla-vacation.com. For U.S. travelers who need quick answers to questions about Anguilla, contact the toll-free Anguilla Hotline (tel. 800/418-4620).
In Canada, contact Ms. Dale Pusching, SRM Marketing, 20-225 Dundas St. E., Suite 411, Waterdown, Ontario, Canada L0R2H6 (tel. 866-348-7447; firstname.lastname@example.org).
In the United Kingdom, contact Ms. Caroline Brown, c/o CSB Communications, Ltc., Suite 11, Parsons Green House, 21-37 Parsons Green Lane, London SW64HH (tel. 207/736-6030; email@example.com).
Useful Websites -- In addition to the websites above, other helpful Internet sites include www.gov.ai (Anguilla government), and www.ahta.ai or www.anguillahta.com (Anguilla Hotel and Tourism Association) and the Anguillian newspaper (www.anguillian.com). The Anguilla Guide (www.anguillaguide.com) and the Anguilla Forum (www.anguillaforum.com) are very helpful, and the message boards often contain invaluable travel tips. Anguilla Life magazine comes out three times a year (www.anguillalife.com).
Useful Reading -- In the Valley, the Anguilla Arts and Crafts Center (tel. 264/497-2200) and the National Trust Office (tel. 264/497-5297; www.axanationaltrust.org) stock books on Anguilla, including guides to the local flora and fauna and Brenda Carty and Colville Petty's Anguilla, an Introduction and Guide, which is usually also available at Mr. Petty's Heritage Collection Museum in the island's East End.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.