Saba Day

Every year on the first Friday of December Saba commemorates the official launch of the Saban flag, coat of arms and national anthem, which took place on December 6, 1985.  The first Saba Day was held on December 5, 1975. Each year, only island officials were granted a day off for the celebration. Later the […]

Saba Ski Festival

Who would have ever suspected that one day a real ski festival would be held on the Caribbean island of Saba. Recently in May this year Saba had the privilege of hosting a visit from a Nordic ski scout team from the United States. The team, consisting of 4 very experienced Nordic skiers, has conducted […]

Article Mr.Porter: Islands That Feel Like Local Secrets

Just 13 square kilometers and almost 2,000 people (and on one road), the volcanic Dutch Caribbean island of Saba – a 90-minute ferry ride from Sint Maarten – is the kind of place you go when you need a break. There’s not much else to do besides hike through the rainforest, explore tide pools, dive […]

Saba, an island with a lot of special events!

Saba, a special municipality of the Netherlands, is a tiny island that offers a unique Caribbean experience to visitors. Despite its small size, Saba hosts several events throughout the year that showcase its rich culture and heritage. One of the biggest events on Saba is the annual summer Carnival held in The Bottom, the island’s […]

Exploring the Depths of Knowledge: The Sea and Learn Program on Saba

Nestled in the crystalline waters of the Caribbean lies the picturesque island of Saba. While this Dutch Caribbean gem is renowned for its stunning landscapes and idyllic charm, it is also a hub of ecological wonders. One of the most captivating initiatives on the island is the Sea and Learn Program, an educational endeavor that […]