Snapshots of Sandy Island

A slice of paradise set 2 miles from Sandy Ground, days at Sandy Island are postcard-perfect.

approaching sandy island from the sea

Either hire a private charter or catch Sandy Island’s sea shuttle, the aptly named boat “Joy” from the wharf in Sandy Ground ($10 round trip and call 264 476 6534 to reserve).

in the sandy island boat called joy approaching sandy island

As you approach the sun-soaked isle, it’s hard not to get butterflies in your stomach. The scenery is that spectacular…

Once docked, what’s for lunch?

Charcoal-grilled mahi mahi…

mahi mahi at sandy island

Or ribs…

ribs at sandy island

… served with pasta salad, coleslaw and rice & peas!

(Sandy Island’s menu also features a wide variety of appetizers and mains including, crayfish, lobster, fresh fish and chicken.)

With just the sea surrounding you, the rest of the afternoon calls for a long soak in Sandy Island’s shimmering-clear waters.

the seas surrounding sandy island

Soon, you will also be able to enjoy spa treatments of massages, scrubs and wraps at Sandy Island’s “Mini Spa.” Updates to come!

Sweet Sundowners at Ocean Echo

Early last week (the calm before Hurricane Joaquin sent lightning showers our way), Anguilla was treated to evening after evening of sensational sunsets.

Serene and pristine, there’s no better place to take in an Anguilla sunset than at Ocean Echo on magnificent Meads Bay…

the meads bay scenery from ocean echo
What makes a sunset even sweeter?

Owner Dillon’s famous Rumzie, perfectly sweet, full of rum and garnished with a cherry and slice of orange, Dillon will never share his secret recipe!

anguilla rum punch at ocean echo the rumzie

Here’s to many more picture-perfect days celebrated at Ocean Echo!

a meads bay sunset in anguilla

Ocean Echo is open daily for lunch and dinner. To make a reservation, call: 264-582-0269