Saba Deep Dive Center
SnorkelingThanks to the beauty of Saba’s Marine Park, there is much to see just below the surface. So why not come along on a snorkeling trip. It is also a great way of spending a couple of hours in the warm Caribbean Sea.
Surface conditions permitting, snorkelers are welcome to join us on the afternoon scheduled dive trip where we typically go to sites that are excellent for both the divers and snorkelers alike.
If you don’t have snorkeling gear you can use ours, free of charge.
If you are part of a large group why not considering chartering the boat for the afternoon?
Please contact us for pricing and availability.
HikingThe great plus about choosing Saba as a diving destination is that you also have the option of discovering a very beautiful and well preserved tropical world on its topside.
The Saba Conservation foundation not only protects and maintains the marine park but also a large network of hiking trails that criss-cross the island.
There are 14 trails in total, each of which can be explored within a few hours. Some trails are perfect for first time hikers while others are quite strenuous and demand far more experience.
The Trail Shop in Windwardside is the best place to get all the latest information on the Saba trails. It is also the place where you can organize for a hiking guide and for special "jungle/bush" expeditions if you have more specific interests, such as birding, plant ID, historical Saba, etc...
A trip to Saba is also the chance to conquer the highest point of the entire Dutch Kingdom, Mt Scenery (2,877ft / 877m).
So don't forget those hiking boots when packing your suitcases.