Caribbean Tourism

Entertainment

Most of the nightlife takes place at the restaurants. At weekends there are sometimes barbecues, steel bands and dances. Generally, though, the island is quiet at night.


In Windwardside, Guido’s on Fri, Sat, pool room makes way to a disco, popular with all sections of the community, soca, reggae, rap and disco, loud.

In The Bottom, there is life in the bar of Antique Inn, until about 2300, run by Francesca from the Dominican Republic. Later on go to her sister’s bar opposite The Inner Circle, which has merengue music, popular with locals for dancing. The Mango Royale restaurant at the Queen’s Garden Resort has a Fri barbecue with live music 1800-2100 and Sunday steel pan brunch 1200-1500.


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Excursions

There are four picture book villages on Saba, connected by a single spectacular 10½ km road which begins at the airport and ends at the...

Walking

Before the road was built people got about Saba by donkey or on foot and there are still numerous steep trails and stone steps linking...

Saba

Saba The island is an extinct volcano which shoots out of the sea, green with lush vegetation but without beaches. In fact there is only one...

Before Travelling

Climate The average temperature is 25-28°C, 78-82°F during the day but at night it can fall to 16-18°C, the low 60°Fs. The higher up you...

Getting There

Air Large aircraft cannot be accommodated although there are plans to build a longer runway. Planes do not land in bad weather in case they...

Getting Around

Land Car Hire There are no buses on the island but you can hire a jeep or car. Drive on the right. Johnson’s Rent A Car, at Juliana’s Guest...

Communication

Telephone Services Most hotels have direct dialling worldwide, otherwise overseas calls can be made from Landsradio phone booths in...