A tiny jewel in the midst of the sparkling Caribbean Sea, the Island of Saba is one of the most pristine and ecologically protected destinations in the Caribbean. With less than 25,000 visitors per year, and a government and community committed to preserve and protect the natural beauty of the island and surrounding waters, Saba affords visitors an opportunity to experience the Caribbean at its most unspoiled. The entire island of Saba is surrounded by the Saba National Marine Park, one of the most successful marine parks in the world, with 30 dives sites that have become must-see destinations for the world’s diving enthusiasts.
These stunning dive sites completely protected from human impact and damage feature colorful reefs, breathtaking drop-offs, soaring pinnacles, and boulder labyrinths. The pinnacles, basically underwater mountains, rise up 100 feet from the ocean floor and their sponges, corals and invertebrates attract an astonishing variety of sea life, including sharks, rays, sea turtles, schooling fish, large groupers, and pelagic fish. Ladder Bay features a labyrinth created by ancient lava flows, and the Marine Park is studded with caves, tunnels, and rock walls. Turtles and rays of all kinds call the steep walls home, and some of the most breathtaking fish encounters are common, such as octopus, barracuda, shark, stingray, spiny lobster, parrotfish, grouper, and more. Saba is a true diver’s paradise.
Our Saba Adventure Tour is a 6 day/5 night exploration of the Island of Saba. We will enjoy at least 6 dives, and have ample opportunity to hike through the unspoiled wilderness areas, as well as explore the quaint towns and shops dotting this charming and pristine island paradise.
We ask that you bring climate appropriate clothing (temperatures range from mid to high 70’s at night to mid to high 80’s during the day), hiking shoes and any personal dive gear you wish to bring. Optional gear include a camera, binoculars, sunglasses and sunhat.Rental equipment is available for an additional fee: