Saba is a Caribbean island and the smallest special municipality of the Netherlands. It consists largely of the potentially active volcano Mount Scenery (877 m), the highest point of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Netherlands proper.

The island has a land area of 13 km² (5 sq. miles). On Saba you will not find ritzy hotels, casinos, resorts, shopping or any sort of nightlife. Rather what you will discover are some brilliant dive sites, long meandering hiking trails and excellent ecolodges. 

Things to do in Saba


   Our Top Three Hotels

Queen's Gardens Resort

The Cottage Club

Shearwater Resort




queens garden

cottage club


A Hampshire Classic: "The most relaxing hideaway of the Caribbean" A small luxury resort tucked away on the beautiful island of Saba. Our exclusive property also presents the reality of the destination, with an architectural style reflecting the traditions of Saba.  

The reception area is a cosy room with black marble floors and beamed ceilings. Newly decorated bungalows sprawl down the side of the mountain, affording a bird's-eye view of the surf crashing into the rocks hundreds of feet below. 

Perched on the edge of a ridge in the Windward side like a perfect jewel, we have views of Mount Scenery, English Quarter, and the deep-blue Caribbean Sea. The reception desk and lobby is in a colonial-style natural stone plantation house decorated with elegant antiques.