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Saba Travel Guide
"Dubbed the 'Unspoiled Queen', low-key Saba (pronounced SAY-ba) has strikingly little tourism - only about 25,000 visitors a year. Ruggedly steep, Saba is not known for its raucous nightclubs and flashy resorts. Instead, you'll find stunning hiking trails, pristine diving, day spas and awesome ecolodges.

Saba is the rare island in this region where a visit during July to September is actually pleasant (if there's not a hurricane) but a comfortably warm year-round temperature really makes Saba a good stop at any time."
Festivals Place to Visit Fast Facts
Saba Summer Festival
Saba Summer Festival , a thoroughly enjoyable week of noisy parades, steel bands and colourful street parties, while Carnival is Statia's biggest party, taking place over ten days from late July to early August and finishing with a jump-up party at dawn on the last day and the crowning of the calypso king.

Winter Carnival

Winter Carnival takes place in December each year. A long weekend island-wide festivities with competitions, sporting events, barbecues, steel bands and dance contests.