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Top 10 Activities for Families Visiting Anguilla

Top 10 Activities for Families Visiting Anguilla

“And that’s the wonderful thing about family travel:  it provides you with experiences that will remain locked forever in the scar tissue of your mind.” – Dave Barry Anguilla has no shortage of activities for families to do while on island. Click through for ten […]

10 Island Activities for Health & Wellness

10 Island Activities for Health & Wellness

Staying fit while traveling is often a challenge. The temptations to indulge, savor and temporarily forget our routines can make it hard to stick to our healthy regimens. But that doesn’t have to be the case when visiting the Caribbean. 

Eat Local: Sustainable Produce from Rainbow Farms & Island Harbor

Eat Local: Sustainable Produce from Rainbow Farms & Island Harbor

In the simplest terms, sustainable agriculture is the production of produce (or animal products) using farming techniques that protect the environment, communities and animal welfare. Zemi Beach House understands how important sustainable produce is to the preservation of Anguilla. Not only in sustainability, but also […]

Living in the Caribbean: The Best Places to Retire

Living in the Caribbean: The Best Places to Retire

Looking to spend the next chapter of your life sipping cocktails in the sun and sand? According to USA Today, Anguilla is on the “A-list for money-smart retirees.” Here is a complete guide to nine of the best islands for retirees – financial perks included. 

“Eating Sanity on Location” Wellness Retreat comes to Anguilla

“Eating Sanity on Location” Wellness Retreat comes to Anguilla

Anguilla welcomes a wholesome wellness retreat this October 31 to November 5 – “Eating Sanity on Location” at Zemi Beach House.  A retreat by the Eating Sanity team designed to bring wellness into focus  by exercising the body, eating healthy food, enriching the spirit and calming […]

Zemi Beach House Tops Caribbean Journal’s “Hotels You Can Move Into”

Zemi Beach House Tops Caribbean Journal’s “Hotels You Can Move Into”

There’s something about the Caribbean that beckons visitors to stay longer; an extra day, week, or maybe even forever.