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Not us! If you were with us on Saba, you too would be leaping at the sunrise and the thoughts of what the new day will bring! This lucky shot captured by Paula Litzel from her incredible view @ Hummingbird Villa.
Saba's splash pools are one of the intriguing things to do after a day of diving. New guy Andrew Raak is enjoying exploring Saba's nature both during the work day and in his free time. To the right is one of his images...check out the Nov 2012 and Dec 2012 slates to read about a pod of dolphins, the rarest eel to be seen in the Caribbean and a red beauty you probably thought you only saw in the Indo Pacific...
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If you're flying past our island rather than lucky enough to be experiencing Sea & Learn on Saba...here's a few things you've missed...a night time snorkel excursion to witness ostracod light patterns; a Tarpon expert explaining what unique physiological attributes these prehistoric fish possess that have allowed them to exist since the dinosaurs; night diving with a lobster expert who can tell tails from lobster migration to how these bottom dwellers stay healthy. Click on the Oct '12 slate below to "see and learn" more about this unique month long event and what our divers should expect this coming week. Night time presentations take place at a different venue each night. It's fun; it's free and it's for everyone. www.seaandlearn.org has the full calendar for the month, bios of each expert and more.
Celebrating Saba's biodiversity...we invited the original owner of Sea Saba back to Saba to work with local artist Stacey Simmons. Together they created a work of art. The island enjoyed watching their daily work on the busy corner of Lambee's Place so we thought you might enjoy seeing the evolution of their mural. Look for a feature article on Joan--how she made a difference on Saba and how her educational work continues to make a difference elsewhere.
What a year of accolades we have had...starting with Lonely Planet listing the Saba Marine Park in the Top 10 "Masterpieces of the Natural World". Meanwhile National Geographic Books names the island of Saba as the 3rd best island destination in their recent publication "The 10 Best of Everything".
And what a year...check all the Saba highlights
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