Saba's official language is Dutch, but everyone on the island speaks English, too. U.S. citizens need proof of citizenship--a passport is preferred but a birth certificate or voter registration card will do. British visitors must have a passport, and all visitors must have an ongoing or return ticket. You get to Saba from St. Maarten, either aboard The Edge, a high-speed ferry, or via Windward Island Airways (tel. 599/5-54210). Have a great trip.
SABA - anyone been there?
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