Multicultural Travel News

Multicultural Travel News newsletter (MTN) covers travel news of interest to ethnic and niche travelers and those who market to them. We write about destinations that interest multicultural travelers or have outreach campaigns to travelers of Hispanic, African American, Asian American and other cultural backgrounds; women; LGBT travelers and people with disabilities.
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Villa Viewfort Estate of Anguilla Reopens its Doors for Guests to Experience ‘Pure Anguilla,’ Showcasing Best of Anguillian Culture

ViewFort Estate of Anguilla, showcasing the best of Anguillian culture, cuisine and hospitality, owes its authenticity to a beautifully preserved 200-year old structure, framed by rock walls of a previous generation, one of the last remaining pieces of artisanal work of 19th century Anguilla. Set on the highest point on the island, now renovated and reopened since the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma last September, ViewFort Estate, has reemerged onto Anguilla’s luxury market, offering the island’s most elegant and historic setting. One of the native co-owners and proprietors of the private estate - Josephine Gumbs-Connor, from a multi-generational family from Anguilla – is most keen to share Anguillian heritage and history with their guests to help tell the story of this glorious island. Surrounded by breathtaking panoramic ocean frontage, this unique property exudes a casual elegance – a mixture of regal and rustic - which they call ‘Pure Anguilla’. Their goal is to bring forth an authentic Pure Anguilla feeling with carefully curated experiences that bring the island’s culture to life for guests, such as tours around the island and locally-infused gourmet meals from the Villa’s classically trained Chef. The property is an eclectic expression of the island’s spirit with 5-star appointments including an infinity pool and oversized outdoor hot-tubs. The Estate also encompasses 80 acres of forestry and beaches at Katouche and Little Bay where guests enjoy guided hiking trails, spelunking tours through its caves and water sports. Their foundation, Pure Anguilla Foundation, was started to provide immediate aid and resources to the island’s families and children during the storm. Contact, 264 497 8713, visit