Beach scenery and arriving view at St. Maarten

Maho Beach scenery on St. Maarten; St. Maarten Tourism

St. Maarten/St. Martin


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English-speaking St. Maarten draws its name from Dutch colonial roots. St. Martin is a former French colony. This dual nationality island of tropical treasures marries savior faire with Caribbean cool.

Island history starts with recently found artifacts made by Stone Age people dating back to 4,000 BC.

With over 45 miles of coastline, the dual-identity island features some of the world’s finest seascapes.

A yachtsmen’s dream features a constant tension between Atlantic and Caribbean waves & wind.

Experience Diverse & Friendly Vibes of Saint Martin
A cultural take on this French Caribbean Island by Sheree Williams of Cuisine Noir.

St. Martin has stepped up its land preservation, hiking, pony-trekking, mountain biking & kayaking.

Travel Tips
Large cruise ships dock in Phillipsburg on the English-Dutch side of the island at A.C. Wathey Pier.


3 replies
  1. Ella Martin says:

    St. Maarten is the ultimate tourism destination that attracts people because of its dual nationalities, and other Caribbean islands can’t compare with it. It opens its arms for everyone and is home to almost 80 different nationalities. So no matter which part of the world you belong to, you will fit here just right.

  2. Ella Martin says:

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