Anguilla: Country and Foreign Investment
Anguilla is a territory in the Leeward Islands, lying at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles Archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. Besides the main island of Anguilla, the territory also consists of a number of other small islands and cays. The islands are of low-elevation, having formed on the surface of coral reefs, and are covered by numerous bays with pristine sandy beaches.
Anguilla has a tropical climate and has little variation in year-round temperature. Rainfall is erratic, with the wettest time of year being the early autumn hurricane season. Historically, hurricanes have been known to cause damage to the islands, with 1995’s Hurricane Luis being particularly destructive.