My Top Five Favourite Beaches in Anguilla
This video about the wonderful Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla is the second in the video series of my top favourite beaches in Anguilla. The first video was about Crocus Bay and you can view it here. If you have visited Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla then you are aware how beautiful this beach is and you are therefore not surprised that this list has made my top five list of favourite beaches.
Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla is over a mile long and whether you look to the East or to the West or to the south, it is picturesque. My video on Rendezvous Bay was shot on a Sunday afternoon around 4:30pm. It was a hot but breezy and beautiful day in Anguilla. The beach was quite busy as there were a number of picnics going on including the picnic for the fifth form graduating class. However, the beach is so big, that it still did not feel crowded in any way.
Over the course of the evening, Nash and I walked along the beach from the entrance at Anguilla Great House to Cuisinart Resort where we stopped to take some pictures at Sunshine shack and a video of the gorgeous sunset which I will share in a next blog before heading to the bar at Cusinart Resort for some Pina coladas.
We walked back along the beach when it was dusk. The sun had set, the breeze was cool, the waves were gently lapping the shore and the beach was almost empty. It was the perfect romantic setting but unfortunately we could not capture this on video. We did enjoy our stroll back across the beach though.
Now, do enjoy the video below which shows why Rendezvous Bay Anguilla is one of my favourite beaches. Leave a comment and let us know about your experiences on this beautiful beach.
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Very nice – the wind made it a bit hard to hear – otherwise, it was lovely, thank you for posting!
You are such a wonderful spokesperson for Anguilla. I hope the AHTA and anyone else who promotes our island shares your blog with tourists and potential visitors.
Thanks Ellen. It was very windy so it is something I will have to take into consideration for future videos.
Thanks Linda for your comment. I have received positive feedback from a few businesses in the private sector who do share my posts. I guess more persons and businesses will do so eventually. I do enjoy speaking about Anguilla and I appreciate your support.