Little Bay Beach, Anguilla by Patrick Bennett

Soaking in the Sun at Little Bay Beach: Wish You Were Here

The best beaches in the Caribbean aren’t always the biggest.

Sure, many Caribbean travelers flock to sprawling beaches—ones not just known for their size, but actually named according to how many miles they cover (I’m looking at you Seven Mile Beach). For my money, though, tiny Little Bay Beach bests the big guys.

Surrounded by towering limestone cliffs, the only ways to reach this diminutive patch of sand is either by boat or by climbing down a rope. Not a rope ladder, mind you. Just a rope. Once you get to Little Bay Beach you can expect clear waters, solitude, sensational snorkeling, and even an intimidating boulder for daredevils to leap off. And if you’re extra lucky, you’ll be staying at Ani Villas just up the cliff, so you can visit whenever you like!

Wish you were here?

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