Saba

Saba Travel Guide

Articles about Saba

By Farhad Heydari

Nail-biting landings and harrowing takeoffs—buckle up when you fly into these airports.

By Travel + Leisure Staff

When you want to get away from it all, set your course for these romantic islands, as chosen by Travel + Leisure readers.

By Christine Ciarmello

When you want to get away from it all, set your course for these romantic islands, as chosen by Travel + Leisure readers.

By Travel + Leisure Staff

Hotels in Saba

A wooded, five-square-mile dormant volcano crossed by a thin, winding road, Dutch-controlled Saba is one of the most unspoiled islands in the Caribbean. Not for beachgoers—it is virtually sand-free—Saba lures nature lovers and divers with its rain-forest hiking trails and superb protected reefs.

Restaurants in Saba

The converted cottage is a popular spot, thanks to its great food—like seared-tuna salad with sesame vinaigrette.

Things to do in Saba

Saba Marine Park is one of the Caribbean’s top scuba spots: octopus and hawksbill turtles populate the 28 dive sites.