Horseback Riding Across the Sea in St. Martin

The breezy shores along la Baie de L’Embouchure on St. Martin’s undeveloped east coast cater more to eco-adventure and exploration than limin’ and lounging about. A protected Natural Reserve, the Bay boasts a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna; some rare, many endangered.

Between March and October, sea turtles nest here. In the winter months, humpback whales can be seen from an elevated observation deck.

Low-impact trails wind through the area connecting a series of gazebos with informative signage in English and French to make exploration easy.

For a more uncommon Embouchure experience, get with the folks at Bayside Riding Club Ranch for horseback riding tours that, as pictured above, even include treks across the sea to Caye Château.

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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