Nature hikes

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Explore Anguilla’s wild places – take a guided hike that matches your adventure level.

Name of Tour: Nature hikes
Price: US$50/person; US$20/child under 12

Frequency: Fridays

Meeting Point: Anguilla National Trust office. Pick up from your hotel may be arranged at an additional charge.

Provided: Guide, water, local snack

 

North Hill to Sandy Ground

Time: 9.00am to 11.30am

Need to Know/Special Requirements: Shoes that can get wet; clothes that can get wet; shorts; swimsuit; towel; sunscreen; hat; backpack

A hike that slinks down to a rocky coast using a century-old trail to the ruins of a sugar plantation estate, up the steep inclines of forested hills, and finally through turquoise blue waters to Sandy Ground.

The highlights: Bats in Cavannaugh Cave; the dry tropical forest of Katouche Valley; jumping into Road Bay from the limestone outcropping.

 

Rendezvous Bay to Maunday’s Bay

Time: 9.00am to 11.00am/11.30am

Need to Know/Special Requirements: Shoes that can get wet; clothes that can get wet; swimsuit; towel; sunscreen; hat; backpack

An easy walk along Anguilla’s southern coastline.

The highlights: Four beaches in one walk; Anguilla’s clear turquoise waters.

 

West End to Barnes Bay

Time: 9.00am to 11.00am/11.30am

Need to Know/Special Requirements: Sneakers or hiking shoes; sunscreen; hat; backpack

A hike along Anguilla’s northwest coastline that involves along a walk through tidal pools, beaches, and low-lying scrub. When the seas allow, cliff-climbing can be optional.

The highlights: Anguilla’s famed arch; iguanas; optional rock climbing.

 

Windward Point

Time: 9.00am to 10.30am/11.00am

Need to Know/Special Requirements: Sneakers or hiking shoes; sunscreen; hat; backpack

A hike to the very eastern tip of the island. Walk along Anguilla’s limestone rocks and through fields of popehead cacti, windswept frangipani, and knee-high buttonwood trees.

The highlights: Amazing views of the eastern side of the island, Scrub Island, and Little Scrub Island; popehead cacti fruit; dramatic landscape; fantastic photography opportunities.

Little Harbour

Time: 9.00am to 10.00am/10.30am

Need to Know/Special Requirements: Sneakers or walking shoes that can wet and muddy; shorts; sunscreen; hat

An adventure through Anguilla’s best mangrove forest.

The highlights: Upside down jellyfish; up close and personal birding; exploring a mangrove-lined lagoon by foot.

 

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Tours must be confirmed 48 hours in advance by filing in our booking form, calling the Anguilla National Trust (264 497 5297) or by e-mailing us (antadmin@anguillanet.com). If you wold like to book a tour for a different time, please contact us to make special arrangements.