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Hampshire Hotels Queens garden resort.

The most relaxing hideaway of the Caribbean

Selera Dunia Boutique Hotel With breathtaking views overlooking the quaint old village of Windwardside, uniquely themed rooms with a personal level of service that is hard to beat, there's little else you'll resort to, to enjoy your Saban vacation.

Villa Fairview Saba

The villa is situated at the end of a spacious ‘private’ plateau allowing complete privacy and a wonderful view on both sides of the villa. The porch offers a magnificent view of the picturesque village Windwardside and Mount Scenery(887 mtr), the highest point in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The Cottage Club Hotel

We want all of our guests to thoroughly enjoy their stay at The Cottage Club Hotel, to have a relaxing and hassle-free time while on Saba. With this in mind, we are always trying our best to provide all those "little extras" that make a good vacation great.

Entertainment or Unique Tours: 

Saba is known for Eco-tourism, Sea Tours, Shopping, and Activities. 

Attractions are as follows:

  • Harry L Johnson Museum
  • Saba Heritage Centre
  • Hell’s Gate
  • Sulphur Mine
  • Old Customs House at “The Ladder”




Amazing handcrafted crafts at the local market


Saba’s culture bears the influence of its early settlers, among them the English, Scottish, Africans, and Dutch.

Lime & Dime:

The national dish of Saba is Fungie




Wells Bay beach

Tent Bay Beach

Spring bay

Cove Bay


Water Activities:

Marine diving is popular around the island of Saba.

Interesting sports tours are available. Click the link for more information https://www.trisportsxm.com/saba-triathlon-94.html



Side of Street  Drive-On: Right-hand side

Car Rentals: 

Available at various places : 

Some links here:

Morgan car rental : https://www.icssaba.com/car-rental



Bike & Scooter Rentals: 

Available here: https://velomesto.com/en/il-kfar-saba-central-district/bike-rental/



Available plenty. Check the link for phone numbers 



Public Transportation:

There is no public transport on the island. Walking, hitching and taxis are the most popular options.


It is under development as it is a small economy.


Getting There:

Airport: Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport, Saba

By sea: The ferry from St. Maarten & St.Eustatius. Also, Private boats are available booking in advance is required.

About the Island

SABA ” The unspoiled queen of the Caribbean”  

Capital: The Bottom

Population: 1,933 (2020 Census)

Area: 13km2 (5 sq mi)

Country: The Netherlands (Caribbean Netherlands)

Religion: Christian

Language: Dutch & English

Carnival: Carnival queen contest, a calypso king competition(last week of July)

Side of Street Drive-On: Right

Currency: United States Dollar (USD)


Saba was inhabited by the Ciboney people in 1100 BC. In the 1640s the Dutch colonized the island for the Dutch West India Company.

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