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How to Get Around on Anguilla while staying at Champagne Shores the Villa

Getting Around On Anguilla

Anguilla taxis are best for short trips as fares can be expensive and extra charges for after 6 pm, additional people and baggage can add up. Taxis are required to be registered and the rates are set so you can confirm your fare in advance with the dispatcher.

Because of the high cost, visitors often find it more affordable and convenient to rent a car on Anguilla.

Getting around Anguilla is safe and easy.

Renting a car is recommended.  Our concierge can make the arrangements for you.

Cars, SUVs and jeeps can be rented at the airport or ferry terminal. Rates are by day, week or month and vary depending on the season and type of vehicle.  You must be 18 years old with a valid driver’s license from your company of origin to drive in Anguilla.  In addition, you will need to a temporary Anguilla driver’s license for US $20 which you can get through the rental agency.

Drivers in Anguilla drive on the left hand side of the road.  The speed limit is 30 miles per hour, and falls to 20 miles per hour around schools and villages.


Some Anguilla rental car companies may require that you have had a driver’s license for at least two years and be at least 23 or in some cases 26 to rent a car. Children under four are required to be in a child restraint seat.

Anguilla On Demand Drivers 
Our concierge can arrange an on-demand car and driver for you.  For an agreed upon fixed price per day or by the hour, he will be on call to drop and pick you up as you go about the island.
Anguilla Bike Rentals & Cycling
Our concierge can arrange for bike rentals including children’s bikes and child seats.
Anguilla Boat Rentals
Day and overnight trips to surrounding islands such as St. Maarten and St. Barth’s are also available and our concierge can coordinate all the logistics for you. 
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