Beach bars are popular spots for rum punch and sand-mashing (aka dancing) any time of day.
Explore the underwater world of the Anguilla waters with Scuba Shack, the island’s only PADI Dive Resort.
More than 30 white sand beaches populate the island from Barnes Bay to Windward Point Beach.
Take a dip into the ocean on horseback with Seaside Stables Anguilla.
Visit this historic church which is recognized as a Cultural Heritage of the Nation.
Visit one of the most photographed sites in the city.
"Blended and hand-bottled in the Caribbean by Patrón, best known for its tequila, the spirit makes a great gift even without the over-the-top packaging."
The finish is dry and long, making it best suited for an after-dinner disgestif.
A hilly plantation on the French Caribbean island of Martinique is home to Rhum J.M V.S.O.P.
Based in St. Croix, the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Cruzan Rum has a deep history dating back over 200 years.
From 1655 to 1970, Pusser's was the rum of choice for the British Royal Navy — it wasn't even publicly available until 1979.
Plantation incorporates both column and pot distillation methods to create a rum with enough depth for even the most discerning drinker.