Saba | Destination overview
Just a short ferry ride from Dutch St Maarten is another Dutch treat called Saba. This island cone of an extinct volcano is lush, green and hilly with outrageous undersea coral gardens and picture-postcard hamlets and villages. Saba is a special high for nature lovers. There is only one road, appropriately called The Road. So you can't get lost on this five-square-mile isle once owned by France, Spain and Great Britain but now an overseas part of The Netherlands.
Hibiscus Cottage - Saba is one if not the most unique islands in the
Caribbean and known as the unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean. Here
you will find Hibiscus Cottage set in the lush mountain side
village of Windward Side. The location is ideal for those who wish
to walk to restaurants, hiking trails, shops and activities.
Scout's Place Hotel Bar and Restaurant - The hotel is build in the typical island style, with
gingerbread and unique Saba colors. The hotel offers 14 rooms, a
vacation rental cottage, restaurant with beautiful view over the
ocean and the village and a great bar.
Room type #1: Cat.1
Has double or single beds(some queen), cable tv, internet
Lily Pond Cottage - Lily Pond Cottage is a traditional Saban Cottage
surrounded by lily ponds. The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen,
complete with the original hearth, a spacious sitting area, a
four-poster, queen-size bed dominates the back half of the room. The
private bathroom is crafted from local stones.
All about Saba
The smallest of the three Windward Islands that comprise the Netherlands Antilles is huge in charm, spectacular mountain climbing, scuba diving, hiking, outdoor living, and scenic views. For the latter, walk the 1,064 steps to the top of Mt Scenery. On a ... continue