Rising straight up from the abyssal depths, this rugged, volcanic island is also called 'The Unspoiled Queen'. The waters surrounding Saba are all protected by the Saba Marine Park and therefore are truly a heaven for scuba divers.
You will be amazed by the seamounts and coral covered pinnales surrounding Saba. With just a small numbers of inhabitants this island also never gets realy crowded and therefore the scuba diving is really pleasant. No you will not see a huge amount of dive boats here!
Hawksbill and green turtles, barracuda and spotted eagle rays can be found swimming the many dive sites as well as caribbean reef sharks and nurse sharks.
And oh yes: Make sure to not skipp the dive site called Diamond Rock. It is fantastic!
Cottage Club www.cottage-club.com
Ecolodge Rendezvous www.saba-ecolodge.com
El Momo Cottages www.elmomocottages.com
Juliana's Hotel www.julianashotelsaba.com
Selera Dunia www.seleradunia-saba.com
Scout's Place Hotel www.scoutsplace.com
Queen's Gardens Resort www.queensaba.com
Althea Cottage www.saba-cottage.com
Pete's Cottage www.petescottagesaba.com
Anole House www.theanolehouse-saba.com
Haiku House www.sabavillas.com
Pilot House www.pilothousesaba.com
Villa Fairview www.villasaba.nl
Sea Saba Dive Center
Saba Deep Dive Center
December through May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered the more humid season. However, in our experience, rain showers or clear skies can occur at any time during the year. In general rainstorms pass quickly and the sun shines on most days. For scuba diving the only advice is to maybe avoid the month of September and Oktober as these have a relative high risk for hurricanes.
First fly into the Princess Juliana International Airport (Airport Code SXM) www.sxmairport.com on the neighbouring island of St. Martin.