Why Not Go?

Many think of Saba as the land time has forgotten. Comprised of four small villages inhabited by friendly islanders, Saba remains purposefully underdeveloped to prevent the natural beauty of the island from being compromised by tall buildings and busy streets. As the smallest of the Netherlands Antilles islands, Saba has a total area of 5 square… more…

Best Time to Visit

Although hiking and scuba diving enthusiasts have appealing reasons to… more…

Activities

Formed by a dormant volcano, the small island of Saba doesn't offer much in the way of beaches. But its dramatic rocky landscapes and pristine waters are perfect for hiking and diving. Due to Saba's small population, low number of tourists, and well-managed conservation efforts, vacationersmore…

Diving

Diving on Saba is a fairly recent activity, beginning only in 1981.… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Because of Saba's unique geography, getting around the… more…

Fishing

Transportation

The serene and tranquil atmosphere of Saba makes it a unique and… more…

Air Travel

Air travel is the easiest way to reach the secluded Dutch island of… more…

Ferries

Ferry and boat travel provides an alternative means of transportation… more…

Rental Cars

Sailing

Sailors visiting the dual-nation island… more…

Taxis

The small rocky island of Saba has an… more…

Accommodations

Saba is best known for its tranquil and secluded environment, and many vacationers visit this small, peaceful island for a truly soothing and natural experience. Because fewer than 25,000 tourists visit the island each year, accommodations on Saba are somewhat limited. But, just because hotels and other lodgings are few in number doesn't mean vacationers should expect lower quality. Saba is such a small island that where you stay doesn't matter nearly as much as some other… more…

Hotels

The small volcanic island of Saba has… more…

Eco Tourism

Within and around an area of only five… more…

Villa Complexes

Despite the ever-spreading hand of… more…

Attractions

Even though it isn't one of the Caribbean's most popular tourist destinations, Saba has several great attractions for travelers to enjoy while visiting this… more…

Cruises

Some visitors to other Caribbean islands may wish to spend at least a day exploring the unique landscapes of Saba. Travelers can take a day ferry from St.… more…

Beaches

Saba is often considered a hidden gem of the Caribbean, retaining its unique beauty and simple way of life long after other islands have become packed with high-rises and crowds. Saba has largely been overlooked by international tourists perhaps because of its small size, but a more likely culprit is the island's lack of beaches. If you're seeking mile upon mile of sugary sand on your vacation, Saba probably isn't the right spot for you. Because the land is the peak of an underwater… more…

Restaurants

Restaurants on Saba offer delicious… more…

Natural Attractions

Saba's small size means that you can… more…

Attractions

Even though it isn't one of the Caribbean's… more…

Clothing

Even if you have come to Saba for relaxation and seclusion, you are… more…

Currency

Saba's visitors have a number of options when paying for services on… more…

Crime

Crime is certainly not a heavy concern for travelers visiting the small… more…

Culture

Because of Saba's steep and perilous… more…

Electricity

Whether you wish to dry your hair after… more…

Events & Festivals

Many vacationers look forward to attending… more…

Food

Deciding what to eat is one of the many choices that travelers must make on vacation. Visitors on Saba may wish to explore a number of options in order to sample all that the island has to offer. Restaurants on Saba are predominantly small establishments that serve a variety of international and… more…

Budgeting

Prospective travelers are confronted with a number of difficult choices… more…

Tipping

Many vacationers find their experience on Saba and the… more…

History

Saba's steep rocky terrain and virtually beach free shores… more…

Weather

Besides the breathtaking scenery that includes lush forests and clear waters, the Caribbean's temperate climate is one of the primary attractions that continues to draw travelers from around the world. The onset of fall and winter in the United States, Canada, and Europe brings with it cooler and finally frigid temperatures. Snow and sleet cover areas far north of the equator, driving residents indoors to escape the frostbite. The colder weather will last well into spring in some areas of these… more…

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