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Anguilla

With a population of some 13,000, Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory, 16 miles long, and 3 miles at her widest point. Boasting 33 white sand beaches with crystal clear waters, a contemporary international style, extraordinary vistas, world-class accommodations and mouth-watering cuisine, Anguilla is the culmination of your search for the idyllic tropical escape.

There are several boats and ferries that go to Anguilla a few times a day. They leave from Marigot (French quarter) and Simpson bay (Dutch quarter). Passport required.

St. Barths

St. Barth has long been considered a playground of the rich and famous and is known for its beautiful pristine beaches, gourmet dining in chic bistros and high-end designer shopping. Villa vacations are extremely popular and there are hundreds of villas terraced into the hillsides throughout the island as well has many beachfront locations. Villas here can range from one-bedroom bungalows to large luxurious homes. You can find more information about St. Barths on the Our Island page.

There are several options for making a trip to St Barths from St Maarten. All the ferries arrive at Gustavia, St Barths. For example, you can choose for a high-speed catamaran, a 62’ motorized catamaran, and several others. Aqua Mania Adventures offers trips to Saba and St. Barths. Contact the Front Desk for more info and reservations.

Saba

Saba is ideal for the traveler looking for a secluded haven, in peaceful and friendly surroundings. Rising steeply from the azure sea, the tiny island in the Caribbean is a magical experience far away from the cares and worries of today's hurried world. Saba is famous for its beautiful reefs and popular for hiking.

Guests on St Maarten can travel to Saba by air or by high-speed ferry. There is only one ferry that services Saba. The ferry takes approximately one and a half hours (90 minutes). A lunch and tour of the island can be arranged for guests. The island is a pristine volcanic island fantastic for hiking through the rain forest and volcano. The island does not have beaches. For guests intending to hike the island, then we do not recommend selecting the lunch and tour option. Ferry arrives back in St Martin at 5PM. Passports Required. Go to the Island Info page for more information about Saba.

Departs: Wednesday through Sunday
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