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How to Save on an Anegada Vacation

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 5, 2018

By Dana Niland
CJ Contributor

It’s long been one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean.

Now, the island of Anegada in the British Virgin Islands is getting its time in the limelight as the centerpiece of the destination’s recovery.

And it’s never been easier — or cheaper — to get there.

The BVI Tourist Board is launching a promotion that will offer a fourth night free for spring bookings at select Anegada properties, as well as 10 percent off Air America charter flights.

Through February 15, guests can book a four-night stay at select properties for the price of three.

Cow Wreck Beach on Anegada.

The offer is valid for stays between February 15 and April 15, by using promo code ANGW18.

Three properties are currently participating, with additional partners being added to the promotion in the coming days.

One participating destination is Anegada Beach Club, a glamping destination with rates starting at $340 for a surfside luxury beach tent, or just $225 for a standard king or twin room.

The famous beach bar at the Anegada Reef.

Guests can also enjoy kitesurfing or paddleboard rentals/lessons with Tommy Gaunt Kitesurfing.

Another participating location is Four Diamonds Park Villas, which features modern, renovated villas that can accommodate up to five guests each.

Four Diamonds offers a luxury experience, including access to Anegada’s flamingo pond, starting at $429 per villa per night.

The third is the Anegada Reef Hotel, with rates are as low as $150 per night for a garden view room, or $190 for oceanview.

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