Anguilla is small, but there's no bus service on the island, making it difficult to get around without renting a vehicle. There are car rental companies near the airport. In Anguilla, you drive on the left, though virtually all rental cars have left-hand drive, which can be disorienting. Visitors intending to drive need to buy an inexpensive temporary Anguillian driver's license, which is issued on the spot by car rental companies. The roads are generally well maintained and relatively wide by Caribbean standards. Be cautious of stray goats that occasionally bolt onto the road. Most roads on Anguilla are not marked with names or numbers, although hotel and restaurant signs point the way to many beaches. Watch out for the occasional renegade restaurant sign that appears to point to someplace nearby but is actually an attempt to reroute you halfway across the island.
Anguilla's Wallblake Airport, on the southern fringe of the Valley, is small and modern. Taxis are readily available at the airport, but if you're travelling light you can easily negotiate the short walk into town. Some taxi drivers will take you on a guided tour of the island for a flat fee. Bicycles and scooters can be rented in The Valley.