Ultimate Caribbean Seclusion: The Under The Radar, Newly Reopened Island Of Saba

Saba was never the island that travelers thought of first when they considered a Caribbean jaunt. But that’s now an advantage for this Dutch Caribbean island in the Lesser Antilles 28 miles southwest of St. Martin/St. Maarten. Uncrowded and somewhat out of the way, this tiny island—just five square miles- presents the opportunity for a respite in a remote, lush, natural setting. And it reopened on May 1st with no quarantine required (but still a negative PCR or antigen test) for vaccinated travelers; the island itself has a vaccination level of 85%.

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport, famous for its short runway leading

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