St. Maarten is one of the smallest land masses divided between two countries the Dutch and French sides of the island. And it’s this split personality that lends so much to the island’s charms and reputation for the finest cuisine in the Caribbean.
Points of Interest
Philipsburg the Dutch capital of St. Maarten charms with colonial architecture, sun-swept beaches and historic buildings.
This charming seaside town is renowned for its exceptional dining and culinary variety and is hailed as the ''Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean''.
Wander through the charming streets and experience a taste of this capital city of French St. Martin filled with sidewalk cafes, bistros and trendy art galleries.
Walk through the lush foliage and learn about the life cycle of a dazzling array of exotic butterflies in their natural, tropical setting.
Light waves, sparkling sand and cool trade winds make this one of the most popular beaches. Its the optional clothing French side that attracts the most attention.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to race million dollar yachts in the turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
This zoo boasts an number of rare and exclusive animals all exclusively from the tropics unlike anything in the U.S.
A fine collection of venues to sail, swim, snorkel and kayak or take an exhilarating Segway tour on the boardwalk.