Created by NextTrip on May 2, 2005
Saba is a a pristine gem in the Caribbean. A short flight from St. Martin with a wicked landing on a airstrip the size of an aircraft carrier, you are worlds away from the typical tourist traps that can be found across the islands.
Created by escassidy on August 5, 2003
We enjoyed our dives in Sint Maarten, but were encouraged to take a seaplane to Saba Island for terrific diving. It certainly was! Great reef, precipices and blue, blue water with super visibility. I can't wait to return in November, where we will stay at the Atrium Resort in Sint Maarten.
Created by unorthodox traveler on November 1, 2000
Rising straight from the sea to a height of 3,000 ft.,the Dutch island of Saba is the top of a volcanic cone with a shoreline of rock-virtually no beaches. But the diving is excellent