Call it either St. Maarten or St. Martin, but you’re sure to enjoy the confluence of Dutch and French cultures that you encounter on this island. While the Dutch half of the island is dotted with nightclubs and casinos the French side is relatively ... 

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Sunset on Little Bay

May 2011

Sipping wine with our cheese and crackers from our BelAir Beach Hotel.

Doing what
Tango Caribbean Dinner Cruise

Bikini Beach - Orient Bay

December 2014

gorgeous beach - you cant rent chairs and tables with umbrellas for $20 for 2 people

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St-Martin and St Maarten: Sightseeing Tour of the French and Dutch Sides of the Island

Our tour guide

December 2014

Our tour guide that was super friendly, knowledgeable and funny.

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St-Martin and St Maarten: Sightseeing Tour of the French and Dutch Sides of the Island

Restaurant on Prickly Pear

September 2013

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Great views of the water from the restaurant on Prickly Pear Island

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Day Trip to the Island of Prickly Pear from St. Martin

Creole Rock

August 2013

This was the ocean around Creole Rock where we snorkle. The fish were plentiful and water was clear.

Doing what
St Maarten Sailing and Snorkeling Tour: Tintamarre Island, Creole Rock and Lunch in Grand Case

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