Things To Do and Activities on Saba
Nature Trails & Walks
The Tourist Office, the Saba Conservation Foundation and many local supporters have adequately marked and maintained trails for easy trekking. Some trails need a guide, which can be helpful to fully appreciate the botanical and historical parts of the island. Expect to see rainforests, tidepools, and historic ruins.
Saba Marine Park
In 1987, a marine park was established with a strong conservation attitude. At that time there were still few divers visiting Saba; the result is undamaged reef life, and a powerful appreciation of this pristine environment by both locals and divers. Saba's Marine Park has received several honors and remains the only park of its kind in the worlds to be completely self-sufficient in its operation.
Small signs mark the way to the Saba Museum. This 150-year-old house, surrounded by lemongrass and clover, replicates a sea captain's home, with period pieces and old documents. Be sure to take the delightful stroll to the museum down the stone-walled Park Lane, one of the prettiest walks in the Caribbean.
The island's second-largest village, perched at 1,968 ft (602 m), commands magnificent views of the Caribbean. Amid the oleander bushes, You'll find rambling lanes and narrow alleyways, and clusters of tiny, neat houses and shops. The Church of St. Paul's Conversion, a colonial building with a red-and-white steeple, sits at the village's northern end.