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Saba National Marine Park

#2 of 2 things to do in Fort Bay Features Animals
Fort Bay, Saba
599 416-3295
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Beautiful place to dive and wonderful conservation efforts.

I visited the marine park over 5 days with Sea Saba and our large dive group. We had to stay on... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
reefdiverdoc
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Marengo, Ohio
Spectacular! Unlike any of the islands in the region.

Saba is a complete gem and the marine park does a great job in keeping her unspoiled. Incredible... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
Barb K
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The official location on the island where visitors can anchor their yachts and snorkel for a small fee.
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“grouper” (2 reviews)
“diamond rock” (3 reviews)
“clear water” (2 reviews)
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Fort Bay, Saba
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Reviewed 25 June 2017

I visited the marine park over 5 days with Sea Saba and our large dive group. We had to stay on the sheltered side of the island due to currents and rough waves, but still really enjoyed the diving. Lots of turtles, rays, sharks and...More

Thank reefdiverdoc
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Saba is a complete gem and the marine park does a great job in keeping her unspoiled. Incredible diving and snorkeling, definitely a must-see.

Thank Barb K
Reviewed 23 February 2017

I visited this island for the diving, which was superb. Coral encrusted volcanic rock formations rather than a reef; but very beautiful in all aspects. Fans, hard and soft coral, sponges, sharks, rays, grouper, innumerable colorful fish, etc. Very colorful, very clear water, nice temperature....More

Thank Doron B
Reviewed 15 April 2016

With about 20 dive sites to choose from, all within 10-30 minute boat ride from the harbour, you can't go wrong. There's something for everyone - three dives a day is very manageable for several days without any repeats. If you get a really calm...More

2  Thank KWH70
Reviewed 8 April 2016

This marine park is wonderful, so many healthy fish and walls to explore! The pinnicles and needles are so fun, just watch your depth, I got caught up in the beauty of it all and was around 120 ft, before I realized it! Diamond Rock...More

Thank Kerriecarr7245
Reviewed 24 January 2016

Great diving on lee side. Inscludes unique deep pinnacles. A lot of turtles sharks acotpus and fish. Not many lion fish they told us the grouper and eels seem to be eating them. The hiking trails on island are amazing and no easy task I...More

Thank MikeJennyQ
Reviewed 8 January 2016

I must confess, my wife and I have a long time connection here. We have been diving around Saba for years and were involved in a minor way with the establishment and funding of the Saba Marine Park back in the 1980's. The park was...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed 18 December 2015

All I can say is that if you like diving, this is a one of a kind spot that should be on your bucket list.

Thank Jon G
Reviewed 12 September 2015

unspoiled queen is a great description...reefs are beautiful, lots of fish, well-protected coral and caring dive shops

1  Thank kjog
Reviewed 2 August 2015

Amazing place. One of a kind diving. This is a place where the ocean is still new. Please leave only bubbles.

Thank Eric B
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LondonSazzle
8 July 2017|
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Response from Doron B | Reviewed this property |
We're going back this Thanksgiving week. You're always in risk of bad weather, moreso then, but whenever I get 2 weeks off in a row; it's time to take some risk. I've only been once; email the dive shops. Happy trails.
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Karen B
18 March 2016|
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Response from Doron B | Reviewed this property |
There is excellent snorkeling, but not shore snorkeling. You do it off a dive boat close to shore, but too far off to want to swim it. You probably can get certified there, but you need sufficient time there to go through... More
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