The Carribean island of Anguilla has rolling terrain, a friendly population and outstanding beaches, many of which have escaped development. From your beach resort or guest house, you can take day trips by mountain bike over little trafficked jeep roads through the islands rugged interior. Most often, your destination is an isolated beach youre bound to have to yourself. Take a ride to Captains Bay on the eastern end of the island by jumping off the paved road to dirt tracks at White Hill and traveling through Junk s Hole (its the name of the village, not the dump.) Another day, go to Shoal Bay, the islands most popular beach, via a newly cut dirt road through the village of Brimegin. Dont miss Little Bay, reached by dirt roads leading from behind the hospital. You have to climb down a rope to get to the beach, but its worth the effort. Orange cliffs plunge into the deep turquoise blue, and the snorkeling is superb.