Category: St. Barths

Costumes and Masks, Caribbean-Style

As October turns the air cool and the costumes and masks come out for Halloween, it may be time to start planning for different costume-and-mask celebration. Every spring, the Caribbean joins in one of the...

On St. Barths: Tradewind Aviation

I ran into Brice, from St. Barth Services, this morning while wandering in Gustavia and we started talking about how the airport in St Barths had changed in the past few years. Not only has it...

On St. Barths: Romance is in the Air

What a great place St. Barths is for a romantic getaway…. Imagine a bottle of chilled champagne, the moon, a midnight swim and shooting stars overhead… Most beaches on St. Barths are deserted at night and you...

Savoring St. Barths: WIMCO’s Restaurant Selections

When traveling to St. Barths, there are three restaurants you must try. These flawless dining experiences have exquisite tastes and décor. Whether you are enjoying dinner after a day at Flamands Beach or sitting down for...

On St. Barths: Drinks and Sushi at Le Tamarin

Nestled in a big garden, Le Tamarin is a great place to have a quiet drink before going out to dinner, or to have lunch after a lazy morning relaxing on Saline Beach. Named after...

On St. Barths: Turtles and Tortoises

Turtles on St. Barths are not a rare sight by any means. You can find them in the water, gracefully gliding in the sea or you can find them on land. You may come across these tortoises...

Best St. Barths Coffee Table Books

There’s nothing that can compare to actually being on St. Barths, with its alluring combination of stunning views, pristine beaches, interesting people, sweeping ocean vistas, French accented patter, casual bistros with excellent international cuisine, and...

On St. Barths: Alone on Gouverneur Beach

This morning, there was absolutely no one at Gouverneur beach… I had the beach to myself, just warm sand, the sun and the sound of waves breaking on the beach. A pelican hunting overhead was...

On St. Barths: Waves at Toiny

Yesterday, Toiny was the preferred place for both surfers and onlookers. There must have been about 20 surfers riding waves of a height we rarely see in St. Barths. I sat on the beach in front of Le...

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