The island of Saba: Rising steeply from the azure sea, the tiny island of Saba, also known as The Unspoiled Queen, is a mystical experience. Saba is a monument to nature's best above and below the ocean's surface. Imagine an island in the Caribbean untrammeled by time. Imagine untouched landscapes that make you feel like an early explorer, and friendly English speaking people who make you feel at home. All this is Saba - perfect for a Caribbean holiday!
Based on a 16th Century Japanese home, Haiku House is a luxurious mountain hideaway. It is located on top of Troy Hill and in the middle of the tropical rainforest and has a magnificent island and ocean view.
Equipped with a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, this Caribbean villa is ideal for entertaining in the spacious living/dining area and adjoining terrace. The villa offers three bedrooms with en- suite bathrooms and all rooms offer breathtaking views. The airy terraces feature a spa with a pool and Jacuzzi. and are very spacious with a Belvedere deck a few steps down, incredible 360 degree views, and outdoor dining areas.
The Zen inspired interior is tastefully designed by Jan des Bouvrie, one the most famous Dutch interior decorators. The house is available on a nightly basis, although the rates are slightly higher than if taken for the entire week.
Saba, part of the Dutch Antilles, is a 12 minute flight from Dutch/French St. Maarten/St. Martin. The island soars some 3,000 feet into the sky and features a tropical rainforest across its mountainous terrain with lush vegetation including orange and countless related edibles. Saba has the benefits of a protected marine park with some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean, a wealth of exotic tropical flora and fauna, a friendly population of 1,600, and—of special note—no mosquitoes whatsoever. Visitors to Saba enjoy an unhurried lifestyle, balmy trade-wind breezes, dramatic colors and proximity to major Leeward Island hubs. Saba features a few small local pubs and restaurants for entertainment, but its draw lies in its untrammeled beauty. The island represents nothing less than pure escapism and is certainly the most undiscovered getaway gem in the entire Caribbean - a unique Caribbean holiday destination.