Bone fishing is popular on Anegada and there are several local guides who offer trips around the flats and are keen to share their knowledge and expertise with their guests. The largest bonefish landed on Anegada to date was 19lbs on a 10lb test line in 8′ of water.
Deep sea fishing can also be arranged.
If you are feeling adventurous you can try your hand at kitesurfing at the Tommy Gaunt Kitesurfing School situated on Anegada. They offer lessons in kiting and stand up paddle boarding. Tommy Gaunt is a world class kitesurfer and certified instructor of kitesurfing and paddle boarding, and offers all levels of lessons, allowing you to fully enjoy your experience on the water. Open November to June, kite lessons are subject to wind velocity.
Another must is a visit to Conch Island which consists of thousands of beautiful pearly pink conch shells which naturally rose out of the sea after the fisherman harvested the meat inside the shells.
The beaches on Anegada are stunning – miles of white sand uncrowded and unspoilt. Cow Wreck beach, Loblolly, Keel Point, Pomato Point, Flash of Beauty and many more and the snorkelling is exceptional straight off the beaches. All easily accessible from Anegada Reef Hotel.
You can rent, jeeps, scooters, dirt bikes and bicycles to get around the island or ask one of the local taxi drivers to transport you.
On your way back to Anegada Reef Hotel you can stop and view the pink flamingos from a distance and call in at VNJ’s Gift Shop to purchase a unique piece of hand made pottery. There is also a gift shop at Anegada Reef Hotel and you simply have to have a Bushwhacker at the hotel bar as the sun sinks below the horizon.
As you can see, there are lots of things to do on Anegada.