Cap Juluca Facts

Cap Juluca is located on the Moundays Bay in Anguilla.
Cap Juluca is located on the Moundays Bay in Anguilla.
Cap Juluca in Anguilla, located along Maunday's Bay, embodies the serenity and beauty of the Caribbean, according to CarribeanTravelMag.com. The hotel has two floors and 98 rooms, with an on-site restaurant.
Location

Anguilla, in the eastern Caribbean, is the farthest north of the Leeward Islands. It is 150 miles east of Puerto Rico.

Scuba Diving

May through November is the best time for scuba diving, according to CapJuluca.com. The waters are calmest during this time of year.

Birds

Anguilla is also home to more than 130 species of birds, according to CapJuluca.com. These birds include great blue herons and snowy egrets.

Entry

A valid passport, as well as a ticket to leave, is required to enter the island. Taxes totaling $23 are charged to visitors as of late 2009, according to CapJuluca.com.

Weather

Anguilla has an average rainfall of 35 inches annually. Average air temperature is 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average water temperature is from the upper 70s to the lower 80s.

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Mike McQuillian began writing professionally for the Internet in 2005. He is an associate editor for YabYum Music, a local music Web site focusing on Arizona bands. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Arizona State University in 2005.
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