Anguilla is located in the Eastern Caribbean, north of Saint Martin in the British West Indies. A passport is required for entry into Anguilla (and the neighboring islands of travel). Travel through multiple countries / transports may sound daunting, but it’s actually quite painless and people are assigned to help you through each step of the journey.
Travelling By Air
Direct to Anguilla
Through St. Martin
The easiest / most effective means of arrival is through St. Martin. Most major carriers fly to St. Martin from:
Connecting through Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) can be a cost-effective means of travel. Delta, American and JetBlue seem to offer the best options/rates for flying direct to St. Martin. Upon arrival in St. Martin you will pass through customs before you exit the airport. Use the NON-RESIDENT lane, not Residents / Transfers.
Getting to Anguilla By Ferry
Upon arrival in St. Martin expect the trip to Anguilla to take about two hours. There are multiple ferry services to travel to Anguilla from St. Martin. The public ferry terminal is in Marigot (on the French side), about a ten minute taxi-ride from the airport. The charter ferry terminal is directly across from the airport. Arranging a transfer through the charter ferry terminal with the hotel is recommended. The hotel uses Funtime Charters and an agent will meet you directly outside the airport exit to the outside. These boats are semi-private and you will likely be transported with ten to twenty additional guests. Upon deperature from the airport you will be transported to the ferry departure terminal and guided through the customs process to exit St. Martin. Your bags will be portered onto the ferry boat by charter agents and you will receive them again once you clear customs in Anguilla. Upon arrival in Anguilla you will clear customs, locate your bags and exit the ferry terminal.
Getting to the Hotel
When arriving via ferry, the easiest way to the hotel from the ferry terminal is to proceed directly to the Zemi Beach representative on site and request a taxi. The representative will handle all the necessary arrangements and the taxi fare can be billed directly to your room. If you intend to do a lot of travel/sightseeing while on the island, you may consider renting a car. Cars can be rented directly at the terminal, be delivered by any agency to the terminal, or delivered to the hotel. Coordinating the car through the hotel is recommended.