The Hungry Caterpillar


There are a lot of interesting bugs and caterpillars on the island at this time of year.  One example is this stunning Tetrio Sphinx.  You will most often find it feeding on the tender green leaves of the local Frangipani bushes.  In its adult form, itis a large drab grey moth that is found in the American tropics and subtropics.


nature explorers anguilla's photo of a hungry caterpillar

We hope you will join Nature Explorers Anguilla to see the island’s exciting wildlife.  Please call: 1.264.584.0346 or email: to book your tour today!


Limin’ Boutique’s Light & Peace Creations

We are excited to announce that the majestic Sail from the beautiful “Light & Peace” sailboat that once glided over Anguilla’s tranquil seas…

anguillian sailboat light and peace

… has been handcrafted into beautiful Beach Totes, iPad Covers, Wine Bags, Shave Kits, Wristlets & more.

limin boutique light and peace souvenirs

The sail’s previous life on the water is apparent through natural markings on each piece.

The Wine Bags along with the “Beaches of Anguilla” sands Wine Stoppers make a lovely & memorable gift!


Sunday Lunch at Roy’s


Any day is a good day down at Roy’s Bayside Grill…

view from roy's on sandy ground


Their picture-perfection setting right on the sands of Sandy Ground is indeed reason enough (and beach chairs are included with lunch) to pay Roy, Mandy, Patrick and Claire a visit.

… but of all days, Sunday is our favorite day of the week at Roy’s.


The lunch special. Roy’s serves affordable and mouthwatering lunch specials every day of the week, and Sunday it is always their succulent roast beef.


roast beef on sunday's at roy's on sandy ground

Roy mans the grill, serving up slices of classic English roast beef, with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding…


sunday lunch mashed potatoes from roy's

… and it wouldn’t be a traditional English roast lunch without mashed potatoes, carrots and cabbage and horseradish, too 😉

Thank you, Roy, for another terrific roast lunch in paradise!



Nature Explorer Anguilla’s Most Recent Sightings


Anguilla has been experiencing some interesting weather recently. However, this has not diminished the birding experience. Nature Explorers Anguilla found this amazing Wilson’s Phalarope feeding among Lesser Yellowlegs, Stilt Sandpipers and resident Killdeer on West End Pond.

The Wilson’s Phalarope is a scarce visitor to Anguilla seen generally in the month of September. This species spends most of the year in North America but winters in South America. The predominantly white winter plumage makes it stand out from other birds in the flock.

If you would like to experience our island’s rich biodiversity, come take a walk on the wild side with Nature Explorers Anguilla! We have a variety of tour start times and durations to make your Anguilla wildlife experience special.

Call: 1.264.584.0346 or email: to book your tour today.