Saba

Saba’s Top Hotel Has a New Executive Chef

 A new top chef on the island By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Saba’s Queen’s Gardens Resort has welcomed Executive Chef Johan de Jager to its namesake restaurant. Chef de Jager’s new menu at the hotel’s eponymous Queen’s Gardens Restaurant features a variety …

In Saba, a Chance to “Sea” and Learn

 New focus on the island’s ecosystem By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Bats and whales and snakes; Oh my! Visitors to Saba will have a chance to experience all three all in October, when the tiny Dutch-Caribbean island celebrates Environmental Awareness …

Hiking Saba’s Mount Scenery

 Climbing the Netherlands’ tallest mountain By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor SABA — Is that a rooster? I’m hiking Mount Scenery – at 2,855 feet tall the highest point on Saba (and the entire Kingdom of the Netherlands) – when I …

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 In Saba, finding the Caribbean island of also  By Alexander Britell SABA – I’ve got a tab at Zanzi Bar. It’s the same Zanzi Bar it’s always been, except now it’s a new bar. A week ago, Luis, a native …

 Pizza by air By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the Caribbean’s most unique delivery service. Caribbean carrier WINAIR has launched what it almost certainly the Caribbean’s first-ever airplane pizza delivery. The company has partnered with Domino’s to deliver pizza to …

 Most major airlines fly to the Caribbean. But once you get there, if you want to go between islands, it’s a very different story. For island hoppers, businesspeople, family visitors or island explorers, there are all kinds of airlines servicing …

 Above: St Maarten Tourism Minister Claret Connor (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell PHILIPSBURG — St Maarten one of the Caribbean’s most famous tourism destinations, and a leading cruise hub. It’s also a place that has changed significantly in the past …

 We love every island in the Caribbean. But it’s often the very small ones that have that peculiar way of tugging at your heart. Maybe they’re small geographically, or they’re untouched, or they’re big islands with so few people that …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Contributor Yes, the world’s gone selfie-crazy. So why even bother to fight it? Grab your selfie stick and shutter remote and start snapping at these iconic Caribbean spots. The Pitons, St. Lucia The journey of 2,619 feet …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Some Caribbean hotels get all the love, making headlines for their swanky suites, spectacular views and over-the-top amenities. But island insiders know that there are many equally amazing properties that don’t make it to the …

Island Hopping

 You can have a wonderful time anywhere in the Caribbean. But for the more adventurous, why not try some good old-fashioned island hopping? Use one island as a base and try out one, two, three or more islands all within …