Protected Areas in the Caribbean

Saba National Marine Park: Guardian of Caribbean Biodiversity

Nestled amidst the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea lies a sanctuary of unparalleled beauty and ecological significance: the Saba National Marine Park. This marine reserve, enveloping the breathtaking vistas and thriving marine life surrounding the captivating island of Saba, is a testament to dedicated stewardship and environmental protection and a gateway to a mesmerizing world beneath the waves.

Sage Mountain: A Crown Jewel of the British Virgin Islands

Sage Mountain National Park graces the summit of Tortola's highest peak in the British Virgin Islands. It transcends being just a geographical landmark, revealing itself as a living canvas adorned with ancient geological secrets, vibrant ecological treasures, and echoes of a resilient island culture. Stepping into its confines becomes a sensory journey—an immersive exploration into the heart and soul of the BVI.

Saint Mary's Biosphere Reserve: A Caribbean Haven of Biodiversity

Saint Mary's Biosphere Reserve in Saint Kitts and Nevis is a diverse ecosystem with cloud forests, mangroves, and coral reefs. The Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park is at the center, showcasing the island's resilience and architectural grandeur. The reserve is home to a range of wildlife, maintaining ecological balance. It celebrates life's interconnectedness in this Caribbean paradise.

Saint-Martin National Nature Reserve: Preserving the Jewel of the Caribbean

Nestled in the northeastern corner of the French side of the island of Saint Martin, the Saint-Martin National Nature Reserve is a pristine haven for the region's rich biodiversity and a true gem in the heart of the Caribbean. From its rocky coasts and cliffs to its vibrant coral reefs and mangrove forests, the Saint-Martin National Nature Reserve is a testament to the remarkable diversity of life in this tropical paradise.

The Baths of Virgin Gorda: A Geological Marvel in the British Virgin Islands

Nestled amidst the scenic island of Virgin Gorda, a gem within the British Virgin Islands, lies a natural wonder that mesmerizes visitors and evokes wonder – The Baths. This geological masterpiece, molded by the relentless forces of nature over millennia, presents an awe-inspiring labyrinth of monumental granite boulders, pristine pools, and hidden caves, inviting exploration and admiration of the raw beauty and power of the natural world.