Still Spoiling for Saba: Uncommon Envy

Saba, seemingly, would rate as the perfect destination for me. I mean, you can’t get any more uncommon in the Caribbean than an island without any beaches (most of the time), right?

Saba’s remote location, tiny size (just five square miles), unique lace and spiced rum traditions, great hiking and scuba adventures, and rich history fill just about every one of my personal travel requirements perfectly. So, too, does its incredible natural beauty…

Still, somehow, almost unbelievably, I’ve never even come close to stepping foot here.

Rectifying this as quickly as possible is, of course, right at the top of my travel to-do list. And, just between you and me, I think I might be able to get it done a lot sooner than later!

More on that (hopefully) another time. For now, though, if you’ve ever been to Saba and have any tips or suggestions on things I shouldn’t miss, please comment below or hit me up here.


*Lead photo credit: Flickr user MagicOlf.

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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