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Welcome to Saba

Saba is a Caribbean island that inspires the imagination. This magical island is often referred to as

“The Unspoiled Queen” of islands.

Saba has a population of about 2,000, spread over four villages, and is governed by an island council. Saba has a Governor appointed by the King of the Netherlands. Saba has been an official community of The Netherlands since October 10, 2010. The local administration in Saba falls directly under the responsibility of the Dutch Government in The Hague.

The Island of Saba

What’s a Caribbean Island doing without a beach anyway?

Visitors who fall in love with this tropical paradise in the Caribbean don’t seem to mind the lack of sand. Or for that matter, the lack of casinos, shopping malls and discos.

Perhaps it’s the 4 charming villages, the tropical rainforest, the friendly people and the unique underwater world that makes Saba so special.

Or more likely, it’s simply the way time seems to slow down here….

Saba is truly a natural wonder.

Scuba Diving on Saba

Saba is a paradise for the scuba enthusiasts. According to the experts, this is one of the best diving spots in the world. There are two professional dive operators on the island. The waters, seabed, and seamounts form the Saba Marine Park, formally established to secure and preserve Saba’s marine resources for the local island population.

Press

Forbes

You won’t find it on many maps. And you certainly won’t know it by name. But once you discover Saba, you’ll have a serious…

Het eiland Saba is groen, veilig en kent amper criminaliteit. Bovendien is het klimaat na het orkaanseizoen uiterst…

10 best of everything

During my years of island finding. I have been to most places in the Caribbean. But the most unusual is Saba, Northeast of…

Saban Culture

The Saban culture is one of the many reasons why people want to visit this island. In the villages you will find charming traditional white houses, all with a red roof. The best way to get acquainted with the local culture is to experience the two unique Saban specialties. Saba Spice, the locally produced rum and Saba Lace. Saba Lace is an authentic handicraft product that has been made with great care by local women over the past century. Until the 1950s, lacework was one of the key sources of revenue to the islands economy. 

A hidden treasure of Saba are the artists who live here, who work with jewelry and glass, but also ceramics, tie-dye and textiles.

The Saban culture is one of the many reasons why people want to visit this island. In the villages you will find charming traditional white houses, all with a red roof. The best way to get aquainted with the local culture is to experience the two unique
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