No visit to St Barth would be complete without taking part in the assortment of local activities. Whether it's soaking up the sun, snorkeling in clear waters with tropical fishes or exploring the land through hiking the lush vegetation, there are plenty of activities on the island to keep you occupied. Plan ahead and start your Caribbean adventure!
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St Barth is home to some of the most diverse marine life on the planet. With different topography, every diving expedition is unique.
Grab your snorkeling gear and explore the St Barth natural reserve and all the species that inhabit it. Swim along tiers of colorful corals and discover diverse eco-systems boasting coral gardens, sea fans and starfish.
Shipwreck dives are not only emotional because of their unusual nature but also because of the sea life they attract.
Hop between habited and inhabited part of St Barth and it’s neighbor islands, including St Marteen. Mingle with locals and experience the Caribbean way of life as residents go about their routine. Shop in the local boutiques, observe trade handling at the fish market or indulge in the traditional Caribbean cuisine. For a relaxing evening, a sunset cruise is also the perfect way to bring you face to face with the most stunning sunset you would have ever set your eyes on.
Discover St Barth pristine “white-sugar” sand beaches, a favorite amongst couples & honeymooners. Surrounded by azure waters, these secluded sand banks are one of the most unique experiences you can have as you indulge, play, or relax. To make it even more personal ? Our Chef won’t let you leave empty- handed as you will have the possibility to enjoy a unique picnic basket prepared for your getaway.
Sailing is a great way to spend an afternoon or full day. Two-hour excursions include sailing and a light snack; full-day cruises allow extra time for snorkeling, exploring the island, which resembles a shallow water aquarium. Party cruises and sunset cruises are also available.
A favourite among the adventurous types, you can only access Anse de Colombier by boat or on foot. Rather than starting from the hilltop in Colombier (a 20-minute hike down,), it is easier to take the path that begins just past Flamands Beach, near the Auberge de la Petite Anse.
Day and night, St. Barts' main city is abuzz. The harbor town is shaped like a horseshoe, and traditional sightseeing is limited to Fort Gustav. At night, the island's "nightlife" takes over.
Known as the most mysterious beach of the island, discover its crystal clear water after a breathtaking 20 minutes hike among. Believe us its worth the walk.