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Explore the pristine island of Saba on this 8-hour day trip from St Maarten. With your local guide, board a boat on St Maarten for the 1.5-hour journey by sea to Saba, making landing at Fort Bay. Spend the day diving, snorkeling and experiencing the unspoiled natural surroundings on this remote island. Tour the island on foot, which includes moderately strenuous hiking, or by taxi. Round-trip transportation from select St Maarten hotels is available during the week.

Highlights

  • Day trip to Saba from St. Martin
  • The Bottom and Windwardside
  • Hells Gate
  • Hiking adventure in Saba's rainforest

Recent Photos of This Tour

What You Can Expect

Saba Day Trip from St Maarten

View of Saba

Enjoy pickup at select St Maarten hotels (available Tuesday through Friday) or make your way to Pelican Marina in Simpson Bay to begin your eco adventure.

Board the ferry to Saba and enjoy being out on the open Caribbean during the journey, which takes between 75 and 90 minutes. When you reach the dock at Fort Bay, choose to explore the island on foot or by taxi. The walk from Fort Bay to the first stop, a village called The Bottom, is very strenuous, and it is recommended to hire a taxi. The views of the surrounding landscape and seascape from the Bottom are fantastic. 

Hiking in Saba's indigenous rainforest is accessible through trails that start at Windwardside. Mt Scenery Trail is the most popular, and you can get a trail badge for a $USD3 donation to the Saba Trail Shop. You can arrange pickup with your taxi driver at a later time to return to Windwardside or the ferry landing at Fort Bay. 
Stop at one of the small restaurants in Windwardside for lunch. Stroll through the quaint village, filled with whitewashed cottages, narrow lanes and very friendly locals. Peruse the few shops selling local crafts such as hand blown glass, jewelry and artwork. 
At the end of your day in Saba, return to the ferry terminal to catch the boat back to St Maarten.

Customer Reviews

Wesley D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

What an island!

STEFAN G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

EXELLENT, KEEP IT UP !!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH . STEFANBABETTE

Dennis G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2013

Everything was perfect - we had a really good time!

Ard Belgium

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2011

Although a shakey ride with 3-5mtr waves Saba was definitely worth while.

Latifah M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2011

The ferry there and and back was wonderful as the ocean splashed from the high speed adventure and the spotting of flying fish! Saba itself was pure serenity surrounded by all that natural beauty. Everyone was friendly starting with the ferry crew, the immigration guys, the Eco restaurant owner, the scuba shop owner, the guy who owned the shop where you get your certificate and the people I met along the way

Richard C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2011

Saba is a trip into history. The island is volcanic and very steep. It is a paradise for scuba divers . The people are great and the hospitiality is even better. I give it 5 stars.

Michael H USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2010

The trip was excellant, the description is very misleading. It appears that the taxi ride and lunch is included. So we were disappointed that this was not included as described.

Michael R USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2008

Seeing Saba is worth the trip. It is truly an unblemished pearl of an island and a must see.

Susan L

4 star rating: Recommended March 2016

The island is a beautiful place, quiet and quaint. The hike up Mt. Scenery was more strenuous than I had anticipated, but it was a great experience. The vegetation and views were amazing and you feel great after a workout. The ferry ride was VERY rough, but that was due to an unusually windy day and the ferry captain was very capable and got us back safely.

Marianna Ael P

4 star rating: Recommended June 2015

Saba is worth to see, but the speedboat jumping on huge ocean waves for more then an hour wasn't merciful enough to half of us... Even for those who think they are super - sailors ... I mean who used to think so:)))

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