Things to Do in St Maarten

We are your one stop destination to the most exciting things to do in St Maarten and cruise ship excursions! Book with us and we will show you the best of the island and ensure you experience the amazing day trips around St Maarten to off shore islands and cays like Anguilla and Prickly Pear. Some of the most popular activities on St Maarten are at sea. Join a cruise and sail around the coast as the sun sets or enjoy parasailing and Jet-Skiing options at Orient Bay. Book a dinner cruise and enjoy the moonlight as you float on the Caribbean Sea. Back on land, a St Maarten food tour is an exciting adventure that explores the cuisine of the island, or if you can’t wait to feel the adrenaline rush though your body we’ll get you ziplining at St Maarten’s Rockland Estate!

There’s so many things to do in St Maarten! History buffs and the lovers of the quaint have ample options to explore the cobblestone streets on a Philipsburg walking tour. The spectacular views from the ruins of the hillside fort of Louis overlook the French side town of Marigot, along with its harbor, and extending all the way to Anguilla in the far distance. Clean, lovely beaches are perfect for strolls, snorkeling and Watersports, beach-bars, and sunning. Philipsburg offers duty free shops and stores that sell the famous Guavaberry rum.

St Maarten has the Best Beaches

The Island of 37 Beaches

The island of 37 beaches, the 37sq mile/ 70km coastline of St. Martin is practically one entire stretch of tourist heaven. Each of St. Maarten’s beaches is unique reflecting the very rich diversity of the local culture. Ranked among the finest in the area, these beautiful beaches offer a range of activities and options from diving and snorkeling to watersports or simply relaxing in the tropical sun on warm clean sands.

Head to Orient Bay on the Atlantic side of the island for wind surfing, jet skis and for sunbathing along a fabulously long stretch of beach. Set in a calm, protected Bay, Kim Sha Beach is home to the popular Buccaneer Beach Bar and the new Roxxy Beach where watersports are also available. Maho Beach is where you can photograph the planes landing right overhead, with the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort right next door. A popular sunbathing beach is Mullet Bay – an idyllic place for a day of swimming and snorkeling.

St Maarten Dining & Entertainment

The Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

St Maarten is dubbed the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean and for good reason, with fantastic dining found throughout the island, from locally owned roadside grills and waterfront locales to award winning bistros boasting top amenities and service. Every year visitors are met with a treat of new and exciting menus & dining options which is no surprise truly, given St Martin’s French heritage, locally grown produce & the many cultures that shape the island’s culinary scene.

There are more restaurants here than there are days in a year. Dining in Philipsburg is becoming increasingly popular with a number of fantastic restaurants popping up, while on the French side, Marigot boasts a fine collection of excellent St Martin restaurants. The true culinary gem is Grand Case, a former fishing village & now quaint town – home to many of the island’s finest, most awarded and innovative dining locales.

Your St Martin dining experience is sure to be a highlight of your St Maarten vacation.