All New 360 Degree Virtual Tour of Anguilla (Post Irma) is *Almost* Like Being There

Just a couple weeks ago, Showme Caribbean released the most in-depth visual images of Saint Martin since Hurricane Irma hit the island. If you haven’t seen it, you should definitely take a look (click here).

Now, they have released, for the first time, a 360 degree interactive tour of the island of Anguilla. If you’ve never been to the island, this is a perfect way to get a flavor of what you’ve been missing. The virtual tour takes you around the entire island, and features in-depth looks at the following beaches:

  • Rendezvous Bay – This is where the virtual tour starts and also where Garvey’s Sunshine Shack is located.
  • Shoal Bay West
  • Meads Bay – A stunning stretch of powder white sand that rivals more well known Shoal Bay Beach (East)
  • The Valley – This is the central part of Anguilla and where you’ll find the main town area.
  • Savannah Bay
  • Shoal Bay East – Renowned as the best beach on Anguilla and regularly named as one of the best beaches in the Caribbean
  • Island Harbour
  • Sandy Ground

Be sure to take some time to look around and click on the hotspots, video icons and street view icons for a detailed look at the various areas of the island. My family and I just returned last week from spending a few days on Anguilla — a first for us — and it’s a very beautiful, laidback, relaxed place with friendly people and great restaurants.

Here is the Facebook post from Showme Caribbean with a link directly to the tour:

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Jon Ferlise

I fell in love with the island of Saint Martin the first time I visited to celebrate my 40th birthday in May of 2009. Since then, I've spent most birthdays there, and have visited countless other times getting to know this wonderful place and the friendly locals that make it so special. I adore the culture, the people, the community, and the beauty of this stunning island. SXM Strong is a website that I started to support humanitarian relief efforts following Hurricane Irma. There was no plan, it just evolved as I witnessed the devastation that Irma caused the island and the huge need to communicate and disseminate information about what had happened and how people could help support this island and its people.

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