Getting Here – Long Bay Villas

Your Path to Long Bay Villas Anguilla

You can get to Anguilla by air or by sea. Best of all, thanks to Anguilla’s intimate size and our property’s ideal location, when you arrive on the island it’s only a 7 to 10-minute car/taxi ride to the comfort and luxury of Long Bay Villas.

Please contact us for assistance. Our concierge can provide recommendations on flights and arrange air and boat transfers.

Flying to Anguilla – New Flight Options!

American Airlines now offers direct flights from Miami, Florida (MIA) to Anguilla (AXA) every day of the week. Flights are scheduled to depart Miami, Florida (MIA) at 10:20 AM and arrive in Anguilla at 1:30 PM. The return flights are scheduled to depart Anguilla at 2:10 PM and arrive in Miami, Florida (MIA) at 5:36 PM. You can also fly directly into Anguilla from Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, the Dominican Republic, St. Barths, and Antigua.

For guests traveling through San Juan, Tradewind Aviation offers scheduled flights and charters, along with a private lounge and additional VIP services.

As an alternative, you can fly into the international gateway St. Maarten/St. Martin (SXM). Many airlines offer direct flights from the US, Canada, and Europe. Use the gateway airport as your destination, not Anguilla (AXA). Then take a second, short commercial or private flight to Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport (AXA). Anguilla is just an 8-minute flight from St. Maarten (SXM) on Anguilla Air Services. Anguilla Air Services is also an ideal way to take a side trip to St. Barths for a day. Private planes of certain sizes may land at Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport (AXA).

Arriving in Anguilla by Sea

You can get to Anguilla by sea from our neighbor island St. Maarten/Martin via private or shared sea shuttle from the Dutch side (St. Maarten). The trip only takes about 25 minutes and you’ll be on Anguilla before the ice in your complimentary rum punch has melted. We can offer advice on the best option based on what time of day you arrive and how many people are in your party and arrange for you.

How to Get to Long Bay Villas Anguilla

Once you arrive at Anguilla’s airport, or Blowing Point Ferry Terminal, Long Bay Villas Anguilla, as well as chilled towels and a cold drink, are just 7 to 10-minutes away via taxi, chauffeured luxury car service, or rental car. We are happy to arrange everything for you.

Entry & Departure Information

Anguilla is open to all travelers regardless of vaccination status. Please visit the government portal for updates at


All persons traveling to and from Anguilla must clear customs and immigration at either Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or at Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport. If you are arriving by private boat, you must contact and clear customs and immigration at Sandy Ground. For more information contact our concierge or the Anguilla Department of Customs.


A passport valid at least six months beyond your arrival date, as well as return or onward tickets, are required for all visitors to Anguilla. Be sure to bring your passport with you on any day trips to neighboring islands.

Green Cards & Visas

Green card holders must have a valid green card and a valid passport from their country of origin. In some cases, visas are still required for entry into Anguilla. Please see the list of countries from which visas are required below. For the latest information on nationals requiring visas or Direct Airside Transit Visas to enter Anguilla please click here. Visit a British Consulate near you for Visa applications.

Departure Tax

There is a $20 to $28 US departure tax (depending on transportation method) that is paid at the point of exit when you leave Anguilla for your next destination. The departure tax for day trips where you are returning to Anguilla is typically around $5 to $10 US. Prices for children are lower. All taxes and fees are subject to change without notice. Cash is preferred.

Immigration Policy

Please see changes to the immigration policy effective June 1st, 2017. More information.

Getting Around Anguilla

There aren’t any buses, trains or other on-island public transportation on Anguilla. Most residents bike, walk or own cars.

Many guests prefer to drive around the island themselves. Our concierge can arrange a rental car, jeep or SUV.

Anguilla has one main road that connects one end of the island to the other, with many smaller roads feeding into it. It takes about 30 minutes to drive its length. Driving is on the left-hand side of the road and the speed limit is 30 mph. To drive, you must be 18 years old, show a valid driver’s license from your resident country and obtain an Anguilla driver’s license which is procured as part of your car rental. You’ll quickly notice that most businesses and accommodations don’t have detailed street addresses, often just listing their location as “The Valley” or referring to the bay or road on which they are located

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.