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Things to do in Netherlands Antilles
Saint Maarten - experience the 12 Metre Regatta
St Maarten is unique as being the world’s smallest island, that is owned by 2 countries. It much to offer visitors including great beaches and beautiful water. One great adventure is to take part in your own America’s Cup Challenge, by sailing on one of the boats that raced in this famous event in the past. No experience is necessary, and it is great fun, as you actually race against other boats, and haul up the sails yourself.
Saint Maarten - explore Philipsburg town
Philipsburg has been the major town on the island, since around 1763, and consist of two main roads. There is plenty to see and do in the town, with the remains of two old forts that once protected the entrances to the bay, and on the town outskirts, there are many examples of Caribbean architecture building, some with interesting decoration. The 200 year old courthouse building is still in use and is definitely worth a visit.
Introduction of Netherlands Antilles
Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Caribbean cultures are all combined in the islands of the Netherlands Antilles. These islands are actually divided into two different geographic areas. Sint Eustatius, Saba, and Sint Maarten are the Leeward Islands found east of the Virgin Islands, while Bonaire and Curacao just north of Venezuela are the Windward Islands. Hotels in Netherlands Antilles are just as varied as the many cultures on these islands. Most Netherlands Antilles hotels on Bonaire are smaller buildings scattered along the beach which have 15 rooms or less because it’s illegal to construct buildings higher than three floors. Many Bonaire accommodations also provide scuba diving instruction along with moderately priced cabanas, and the same is true on the island of Saba. Many Netherlands Antilles hotels are all inclusive resorts where meals, activities, and other amenities are all included in the cost. The most expensive hotels in Netherlands Antilles are on the island of Sint Maarten, but good quality budget accommodations are also available for guests who look closely enough.