Saba Sights

Hell's Gate

  • Town/Village

Published 08/17/2016

Fodor's Review

The Road makes 14 hairpin turns up nearly 2,000 vertical feet to what was once called Hell's Gate, but is now known as Zion Hill. Holy Rosary Church is a stone structure that looks medieval but was built in 1962. In the community center behind the church, village ladies sell their intricate lace. The same ladies make the potent rum-based Saba Spice, each according to her old family recipe. The intrepid can venture to Lower Hell's Gate, where the Old Sulphur Mine Walk leads to bat caves (with a sulfuric stench) that can—with caution—be explored.

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Published 08/17/2016

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