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Sustainable destination St Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean

Enjoy hiking the adventurous hiking paths the tropical island has to offer while exploring exotic fauna and flora. Snorkel among pristine coral reefs, where the maritime world remains untouched.

‘The Caribbean’s Hidden Treasure’ is the tourism slogan of tiny Sint Eustatius (Statia). Not only does sustainable destination Statia offer pristine diving with well-kept coral reefs, it also offers authentic nature and culture-based activities. Hiking on the volcano Quill or Boven and walking along White Wall and Zeelandia, experiencing culture at Fort Oranje, Lower Town and the old Jewish Synagogue.

The island lives its history both above and below water and has been recognized as a large open-air museum!

Sustainable destination St Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean

St. Eustatius’s vision is to be recognized as the world’s finest island for memorable and unique culture and nature-based experiences in a peaceful and tranquil setting among friendly locals that take pride in their identity, cultural heritage and the natural environment.

Sustainable destination St. Eustatius aims to be a high-value small island destination offering an escape to everyday life, including authentic experiences that reflect Statia’s natural and cultural heritage, that are socially inclusive, environmentally responsible and provide prosperity to the local community on the island.

  •   “high value” means that every aspect of tourism must ensure quality and yield, and not be volume driven. It does not denote Statia as an expensive, luxury-only destination.

most sustainable hotels

Palm Spring Inn

12.84 kg
7.2 10 reviews

Ramada By Wyndham St. Kitts Resort

13.56 kg
0 0 reviews

Statia Lodge

13.80 kg
7.9 41 reviews

Golden Era Hotel

14.51 kg
0 4 reviews

Orange Bay Hotel

17.39 kg
0 2 reviews

Papaya Inn

16.65 kg
8.4 35 reviews

Cherry Tree Villa

17.19 kg
7 1 reviews

Barrel House St. Eustatius

17.47 kg
0 0 reviews

things to do

Hikin on Statia Quill, Boven and Gilboa hills offer you a great network of hiking trails, all displayed on information boards and signposts along the route. After that, rest a bit in peaceful surroundings of the Botanical garden,adjacent to Quill National Park.
Come dive with us in the marine Park where no fishing or anchoring is allowed to protect the pristine coral reef.
Historical walking tour Rich history and great beauty all within walking distance. The historical Foundation was established to preserve, document and educate both locals and tourists about the history of this very special island. Don’t miss a visit at the ancient fort!
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