Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean Sea, a few miles north of Saint Martin. Anguilla also has many attractive coral reefs which provide habitats for a vast array of tropical fish and marine wildlife and are great for snorkeling. English is the official language, spoken everywhere.
Before we have a look at what you can do in Anguilla, let's first look at the weather you can expect in August.
August weather in AnguillaTo get a good overview of the type of weather you can expect in August in Anguilla, we will look at the day and night temperature, minimum and maximum water temperature, and if August is comfortable or humid
Generally, August in Anguilla will be really nice. Historical data shows that you can expect an average temperature of around 82°F / 28°C. But due to the extreme humidity it can feel extremely uncomfortable. During the night, it will cool down to around 80°F / 27°C. Many will prefer a location with air conditioning due to the night temperature, and the high humidity level.
Anguilla has its share of rainy days in August. You can expect around 19 rainy days, with on average 4 inches / 101 mm of rain during the whole month.
But remember that rain can be short and heavy for many tropical locations, particularly during the rainy season. It means that the number of days with rain and the amount of rain can be high, but you will still see many lovely days with a short period of heavy rain.
Things to see and do in Anguilla
Anguilla has many things to soo. With help from our visitors we have dived a list of things to see in. If you have any sugestions or improvements for this list, please let us know.
Shopping in Anguilla
In this island you can have the opportunity to go shopping. We can give you some examples:
- Limin' Boutique offers unique and authentic Anguilla and Caribbean souvenirs handmade in the region.
- Tranquilitee: Anguilla T-shirts. These custom made soft and relaxed Anguilla T-shirts bring you Caribbean calm 24/7.
- Soaps and various Caribbean products: Handcrafted soaps made on the island, scented candles and a full range of body care products, Caribbean Soaps & Sundries products are sweet and special gifts and souvenirs.
Activities in Anguilla
Attend late the Festival Del Mar in late March. It is a two-day "celebration of the sea," with a mix of entertainment, competitions, food, music, activities, and (of course) a fishing contest. Take a 3-minutes trip by boat from Island Harbour to the small private island of Scilly Cay.
Restaurants in Anguilla
You can taste in the numerous and elegant restaurants of the island the local cuisine characterized by an evident creole influence, rich of fishes and crustaceans, often spiced. Many are the Italian and French restaurants of course they are open in winter.
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What to do in Anguilla in other months
- What to do in January in Anguilla
- What to do in February in Anguilla
- What to do in March in Anguilla
- What to do in April in Anguilla
- What to do in May in Anguilla
- What to do in June in Anguilla
- What to do in July in Anguilla
- What to do in September in Anguilla
- What to do in October in Anguilla
- What to do in November in Anguilla
- What to do in December in Anguilla
Weather in Anguilla for each month
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- Weather in Anguilla for November
- Weather in Anguilla for December