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Looking for Adventure on Saba

Virtually sand-free, Saba has abundant wildlife, easy hiking trails, lush rain forests, and protected reefs that lure thrill-seekers and nature lovers.

Destinations: Saba

Hotels (3)

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    House on the Path

    This is not your average villa. The restored white clapboard cottage is right in the middle of the rain forest. But it’s more convenient than you m

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    Gate House

    Owned and run by a stylish French couple, the property has simple white rooms decorated with local artworks. The restaurant appeals to wine aficion

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    Queen's Gardens Resort

    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 Carib

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Restaurants (1)

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    Brigadoon

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

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Activities (2)

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    Sea Saba

    The scuba outfitter of choice, especially for beginners.

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    Saba Marine Park

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

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