St. Maarten

The ultimate getaway

What is there here?

St. Maarten has multiple different activities, form relaxing cruises to loud airplanes this is definitely the place to go to

Where is St. Maarten?

Sint Maarten, the same 37 square miles. Saint Maarten/Saint Martin's spicy marriage of Caribbean, French and Dutch cultures matches its physical diversity: the island is both urban and untamed, with rain forest-like landscapes, white beaches, and amazing caves and wildlife. South of Aruba and east of St. Thomas the beaches are nice and is a safe town.
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Princess Juliana Airport

Princess Juliana (TNCM) is an airport right next to the beach, with aircraft flying over your head it makes for an experience for a lifetime.
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The Highlights of St. Maarten/St. Martin Tour will take you to both the Dutch and the French side of the island. You will visit Philipsburg (Dutch side capital), Marigot (French side capital), the gourmet village of Grand Case and Maho Beach, known for the airplanes flying overhead.

The expert tour guide narrates and will also enjoy answering your questions.

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HOTELS & RESORTS: The resorts/hotels featured here are all very special in their own way. All offer very unique locations:

Would you like to stay in Philipsburg, close to shopping and cruise ships? The elegant Holland House Resort and the Comfortable Horizon Vie Beach are your best choices. Located in the Dawn Beach region, but also only a few minutes by car from Philipsburg is the Princess Height Lucury Boutique

You prefer being close to lots of restaurants, bars, night-life, casinos? The Artium Beach Resort will be your favorite!

Off the beaten path and affordable? The Summit Resort in the Cupecoy region offers glorious views over Simpson Bay Lagoon. The Blue Bay Beach Resort is right on the island's signature beach: Orient Beach!

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Last but not least

If you are looking for another Caribbean jewel, Princess Juliana shows many different destinations across the Caribbean such as Anguilla and St. Bartholomey.