Though just five square miles (13km²),, besides unspoiled nature & charming small hotels, the Dutch Caribbean's smallest island has spectacular scuba (especially wall diving), a vibrant, friendly community; and is known for its lacemaking. A chillout gem!

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  • I've been following travel journo Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon for some time now because of her deep knowledge of the Caribbean and her fine writing, and just recently came across this nice little meditation of hers from Saba:
    https://www.caribjournal.com/2015/11/25/saba-is-a-beautiful-place-t...
    “Saba Is a Beautiful Place to Do Nothing” - Caribbean Journal
    “Saba is a beautiful place to do nothing,” the local I’d met earlier that day told me.
  • I have a soft spot for the Netherlands Antilles, and a mutual friend recently sent me this link about Saba from Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon, a Caribbean travel-media vet I've met several times over the years. Good stuff! https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/article/a-different-kind-of-caribb...
    A Different Kind of Caribbean Awaits in Saba
    Tiny but undeterred, The Unspoiled Queen emerges as an ideal destination for travelers who seek peace and adventure. The post A Different Kind of Car…
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