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The island's panoramic views are only rivaled by its colorful culture and delicious cuisine. St. Martin vacations combine modern luxury with island traditions.

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St. Martin/St. Maarten - two worlds in one.

The lively destination of St. Maarten is the world’s smallest inhabited island divided between two nations. The division consists of the French side in the north (referred to as Saint-Martin) and the Dutch side in the south (referred to as Sint Maarten). While the French side of the island is culturally laidback, the Dutch side is best known for its lively nightlife. But no matter which side you choose, the incredible food can be tasted everywhere. Just like the cuisine, an all-inclusive St. Martin vacation package has a little bit of everything.


Why Book a St. Martin/St. Maarten Vacation Package

  • The French Side

    The French side of St. Martin, located in the northern part of the island, offers visitors a diverse range of experiences, blending cultural relaxation with more active pursuits. This side of the island features charming areas like Baie Nettle, Grand Case, and Orient Bay, which seamlessly combine laid-back vibes with vibrant activities.

    For adventure seekers, there are several exciting excursions available, such as trips to Pinel Island, Tintamarre, and Creole Rock for snorkeling and exploring the rich marine life. Notable destinations like Loterie Farm and the 1,492-foot cliff at Pic du Paradis offer thrilling outdoor experiences, including hiking, zip-lining, and panoramic views of the island.

    If you prefer a more leisurely pace, the French side of St. Martin has plenty of options for relaxation and sightseeing. The capital, Marigot, is an excellent destination for shopping, dining, and exploring local culture. Visitors can stroll through the lively markets, visit art galleries, or soak up the ambiance at a local café.

    History buffs will also appreciate the opportunity to explore the historical landmark of Fort Louis, which offers a glimpse into the island's past and provides stunning views of Marigot Bay and the surrounding area.

  • The Dutch Side

    The Dutch side of St. Martin, located in the southern part of the island, offers a wide variety of activities and experiences for visitors, catering to adventure enthusiasts and those seeking relaxation. For thrill-seekers, there are numerous excursions and tours to choose from, such as zip-lining, horseback riding, hiking, and unique Harley Davidson tours. To explore the island from a different perspective, party buses and boats allow guests to navigate the land and sea while enjoying the festive atmosphere.

    The Dutch side of St. Martin is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with hotspots like Celine Charters in Simpson Bay offering lively entertainment and a chance to socialize with fellow travelers.

    For those looking for a more laid-back experience, the Dutch side offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation and leisure. Visitors can spend time at a petting farm, immerse themselves in the beauty of a butterfly farm, or even create their own perfume. Indulging in a soothing spa treatment, snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters, or embarking on a tranquil sunset sailing trip are popular activities for those who prefer a slower pace.

  • The St. Maarten Museum

    The St. Maarten Museum is a fascinating cultural attraction that offers visitors an insight into the rich history and heritage of the island. Located in Philipsburg, the capital of the Dutch side of St. Maarten, this small yet comprehensive museum showcases a diverse collection of artifacts, photographs, and exhibits that tell the story of the island's past.

    As guests explore the various displays, they will learn about the indigenous Arawak people, who were the island's original inhabitants, as well as the later European settlers, including the Dutch and the French. The museum delves into the island's colonial history, the impact of slavery, and the development of the local economy, including the significance of salt production and the evolution of the tourism industry.

    In addition to its historical exhibits, the St. Maarten Museum also features displays highlighting the island's rich biodiversity and natural environment. Visitors can gain an understanding of the unique flora and fauna found in the region, as well as the geological features that have shaped the island's landscape over time.

  • Mullet Bay Beach

    Known for its pristine white sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and idyllic palm-fringed shoreline, this beautiful beach offers visitors the perfect setting to relax, unwind, and soak up the Caribbean sun while taking in the stunning natural surroundings.

    Visitors to Mullet Bay Beach can indulge in various water-based activities, such as swimming, snorkeling, and paddleboarding, thanks to the calm and inviting waters. The beach is also ideal for sunbathing, as the soft sands and swaying palm trees provide a relaxing atmosphere to unwind and enjoy the warm weather.

    In addition to its natural beauty, Mullet Bay Beach offers a range of amenities for guests to enjoy, including beach chair and umbrella rentals, as well as several food and drink options. Local vendors can be found along the beach selling delicious snacks, refreshing beverages, and authentic Caribbean cuisine, ensuring that visitors can savor the flavors of the island while basking in the sun.

  • Casino Royale

    A premier entertainment destination that offers visitors an exciting and sophisticated gaming experience in the heart of the Caribbean. Located in the bustling area of Maho Village, this elegant casino is a popular hotspot for both tourists and locals seeking a night filled with fun, excitement, and a touch of glamour.

    As guests enter the lavish interior of Casino Royale, they are greeted by an impressive array of gaming options, including a variety of slot machines, poker tables, blackjack, roulette, and other popular table games. The casino caters to players of all skill levels, ensuring an enjoyable gaming experience for both seasoned gamblers and first-time visitors alike.

    In addition to the thrilling gaming options, Casino Royale also features regular live entertainment, such as music, dance performances, and themed events, adding to the vibrant and lively atmosphere. The casino's stylish bars serve a range of refreshing beverages, expertly crafted cocktails, and tasty snacks, ensuring guests can relax and socialize between games.

  • Front Street in Philipsburg

    Front Street, located in Philipsburg, the capital of the Dutch side of St. Martin, is a vibrant and bustling thoroughfare that offers visitors a delightful shopping and dining experience. This lively street is lined with an array of colorful and charming buildings, housing numerous shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

    As visitors stroll along Front Street, they will find an eclectic mix of shops and stores offering everything from high-end designer brands and luxury jewelry to local crafts and souvenirs. The street is particularly renowned for its duty-free shopping, allowing visitors to find excellent deals on items such as electronics, watches, and perfumes. The numerous art galleries along the street showcase the talents of local and international artists, adding a touch of culture to the shopping experience.

    Front Street is also home to various restaurants and cafes, offering an array of delicious dining options catering to various tastes and preferences. From casual eateries serving local Caribbean cuisine to more upscale establishments with international menus, visitors can enjoy a satisfying meal while taking in the lively atmosphere of the street.

  • Cupecoy Beach

    This picturesque beach is known for its dramatic limestone cliffs, golden sand, and azure waters. Nestled on the island's western coast near the Dutch-French border, this secluded beach offers visitors an intimate and tranquil setting, making it an ideal spot for those seeking a more peaceful and serene beach experience.

    The striking limestone cliffs that frame Cupecoy Beach provide a stunning backdrop, as well as natural shade and shelter from the wind, creating a cozy atmosphere for sunbathing and relaxation. The beach's sand varies from soft golden to coral-tinged, offering a distinctive and beautiful landscape for visitors to enjoy.

    Cupecoy Beach's calm and clear waters make it an excellent location for swimming and snorkeling, with the opportunity to explore the diverse marine life that inhabits the area. During low tide, a series of small, sandy coves are revealed along the beach, providing additional spots for relaxation and privacy.

    While Cupecoy Beach has limited facilities compared to some other beaches on the island, there are a few nearby bars and restaurants where visitors can grab a refreshing drink or a bite to eat. It is worth noting that Cupecoy Beach is known for being clothing-optional, so visitors should be aware of this aspect of the beach's relaxed atmosphere.

  • In-Destination Support

    Funjet’s end-to-end service means we also support you in destination. Our network includes a relationship with Nexus tours, the VIP Destination Management Company on St. Maarten. They are known for having the best local knowledge of the island and arranging every detail for each customer. They are there to greet you when you land, provide you with door-to-door transportation to your hotel, help you find activities beyond the resort, and to be there for you and answer any questions you may have. Your representative can be reached by calling +52 1 998 251 6559.

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