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Activities on Saba

Although Saba is small Island, there are plenty of things to do.

Besides scuba diving in the famous Saba Marine Park and hiking on the large number of amazing trails, Saba also has some annual events like the Saba Summer Festival in the last week of July or the Saban Triathlon in Januany. Usually in April and September special evenings are organized during the Saba Restaurant Week.

But all year round one can learn all about Saba History in one of the small Musea, follow workshops at JoBean Glass Art Gallery or relax in the Frangipani Spa of Queens Gardens.

For more information please check the following websites:

www.sabatourism.com
www.lovesabadutchcaribbean.com
www.saba-news.com
www.jobean-glass.com

Scuba diving

Saba is a paradise for the scuba enthousiast. According to the experts, one of the best diving spots in the world. There are two professional DIVE OPERATORS on the island. The waters around the island, as well as the seabed and the seamounts form the Saba Marine Park, formally established to preserve and manage Saba’s marine resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the people, in perpetuity.

www.seasaba.com
www.sabadivers.com

 

Hiking

Saba offers a variety of hiking and nature trails over assorted terrain, from the shoreline to the top of Mount Scenery (Elfin Forest).

Most trails can be hiked on your own; trail maps are available at the Trail Shop. As a safety precaution, please stay on the track and bring enough water with you. Trails to do from the Haiku House are The Sandy Cruz Trail, it starts 200 meters from the house and The Crispeen Track. This trail begins close to the Queens Gardens Resort.

But you also can visit the Trail Shop to schedule a guided hike or for more detailed information on a particular trail and to acquire a deeper understanding of the flora, fauna and Saban lore.

Restaurants

The love, happiness and joy of the Saban people you will find again in their fine cuisine. Saba has a host of special restaurants that are more than worth a visit. Most of them serve the famous Saba Langouste, freshly caught every day. Or what to think of the Mahi Mahi or fresh tuna steak. Together with typical Caribbean cuisine they all serve a number of the best vegetarian dishes as well.

Some suggestions to visit in Windwardside are Tropic’s Café, open all day and a lovely spot to drink your cocktail in the afternoon. The Brigadoon for exquisite tastes or Chez Bubba Bistro, with it’s exclusive wine cellar.

In The Bottom close to the Haiku House, Queens Gardens Resort & Spa restaurant serves a romantic diner for two, high up in a tree. And in the Centre of the village at Island Flavor, one can enjoy the perfect breakfast and lunch.

These are just a few suggestions of what Saba cuisine has to offer you.