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29 Jan 2017
“Anguilla, Saba and St. Martin”
3 Oct 2016
“Quaint capital city”

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Reviewed 29 January 2017

While on Saba, I spent the afternoon on a taxi tour with Lollipop. She grew up here and was very informative about the island. She took me to various shops and when we stopped at The Bottom, she pointed me towards the Sacred Heart Church...More

3  Thank Mosslady53
Reviewed 3 October 2016

This quaint capital city sits in a deep valley between mountains, hence the name The Bottom. The city has an interesting requirement that all the houses must be white with red roofs to create a uniform look. There is not as much to do here...More

3  Thank Wanda R
Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

It's only about a 45-90 minute hike (depending on your physical condition) along the Crispeen Track between Windwardside and The Bottom. (Each direction has about the same ups and downs - it's slightly more uphill returning to WWS.) The Bottom is the industrial capital of...More

3  Thank KWH70
Reviewed 7 March 2016

My brother-in-law got a job at the Saba Medical School. Overall, it's a very quiet place, with nice hills on all sides. Goats and chickens roaming. There are only five or so restaurants, we had a fish lunch and it was a generous portion under...More

2  Thank TEA810
Reviewed 20 February 2016

We did a taxi tour that we had pre-arranged from home before leaving. Communicated with the office of Tourism on Saba and Glenn the Director arranged a taxi tour for us. This great lady, Donna, waited for us at the airport and gave us a...More

4  Thank SylvieFrancois444
Reviewed 24 January 2016

Busy center of island operations close to the port though it is a very steep hell climbing several hundred feet in less than three quarters of a mile. several restaurants the man in medical school is here

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Reviewed 18 September 2015 via mobile

It is (just) a cute little town... We ended up there after our hike. We didn't find much to do though. We checked out the church (5 minutes), went shopping at the Artisan Shop (10 minutes), looked through the grocery store (5 minutes), checked out...More

3  Thank Katarina O
Reviewed 31 July 2015 via mobile

A brilliant island, from small beaches, hiking, cute gift shops, a large variety of food... this little island is a great getaway! Also if you can, try stargazing at night on a rooftop ! :) all the people of The Bottom are extremely friendly and...More

1  Thank anmolkaur09
Reviewed 24 June 2015 via mobile

What a beautiful unique little island. Very quiet, remote and relaxing. This island almost has a Jurassic Park kind of feel to it and is defiantly for adventure seekers and looking for a unique paradise out of the norm. The only 2 complaints I have...More

4  Thank tylerm916
Reviewed 5 February 2015

Actually the whole island is fascinating for such a tiny dot in the ocean. We had a taxi driver whose family has lived on the island for generations and stayed with us from the time our ferry arrived at 11.00 until we left at 3p.m....More

3  Thank gordon m
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