St. Martin and St. Maarten

We’ve compiled the best of the best in St. Martin and St. Maarten - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • Biking

    Mountain biking is a great way to explore the island. Beginner and intermediate cyclists can ride the coastal trails from Cay Bay to Fort Amsterdam...

  • Boating and Sailing

    The island is surrounded by water, so why not get out and enjoy it? The water and winds are perfect for skimming the surf. It'll cost you around...

  • Fishing

    You can angle for yellowtail snapper, grouper, marlin, tuna, and wahoo on deep-sea excursions. Costs range from $150 per person for a half day...

  • Golf

    Dutch Side Mullet Bay Golf Course. St. Maarten is not a golf destination. Nevertheless, there have been marked improvements to this golf...

  • Horseback Riding

    Island stables offer riding packages for everyone from novices to experts. A 90-minute ride along the beach costs $50 to $70 for group rides...

  • Kayaking

    Kayaking is becoming very popular and is almost always offered at the many water-sports operations on both the Dutch and the French sides. Rental...

  • Parasailing

    French Side Bikini Watersports. Bikini Watersports offers parasailing and hover-boarding on Baie Orientale, giving you aerial views of Green...

  • Scuba Diving

    Diving in St. Maarten/St. Martin is mediocre at best, but those who want to dive will find a few positives. The water temperature here is rarely...

  • Sea Excursions

    Dutch Side Aqua Mania Adventures. You can take day cruises to Prickly Pear Cay, off Anguilla, aboard the Lambada, or sunset and dinner...

  • Snorkeling

    Some of the best snorkeling on the Dutch side can be found around the rocks below Fort Amsterdam off Little Bay Beach, in the west end of Maho...

  • Spas

    Spas have added a pampering dimension to several properties on both the French and Dutch sides of the island. Treatments and products vary depending...