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St. Martin/St. Maarten
Let’s start planning your next corporate trip to St. Maarten or St. Martin or both? This Island is two faced and shares two unique cultures. A dual-nation guided by both French and the Dutch lifestyle. They are distinctively different in vibe and flavor. What they both have in common is that they are both working towards a sustainable future with eco-conscious tourism at its core.
Think white-sand beaches, turquoise ocean waters and lovely boutique hotels. Sip rosé while soaking up the sun at glam French beach clubs in St. Martin. Then head over to St. Maarten to hit up the casinos and snag duty-free bling!
FUN FACT: St. Martin/St Maarten is the smallest island in the world divided between two countries, France and the Netherlands. The island is 34 square miles in total size!
If you read Conde Nast, you know that the annual readers’ choice awards for 2022, named Anguilla, and St Barth as two of the top beach communities in the world to set your sights on. If you’re looking to reconnect with yourself, and want to surround yourself with untouched beauty, you will find it here only surpassed by magnificent world class resorts. Anguilla is the perfect destination to escape to. It’s no wonder why celebrities choose it to vacation privately. They know that this island is less travelled by tourists.
FUN FACT: They drive on the left, but your steering wheel could be on either side and they have a total of 6 traffic lights on the island
While any mention of St. Barth tends to conjure up images of Rolexes and caviar, the exclusive territory has enough natural beauty and scenic views to give any five-star hotel a run for its money. One of the best ways to explore the island is to start your day with a morning walk around the capital, Gustavia, a tidy collection of old, red-roofed buildings clad in volcanic stone. Soak in the views before stopping into one of the town’s great restaurants or fish markets.
FUN FACT: St. Barth boasts 300 sunny days a year.