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What is St. Bart`s known for?

St. Barts is a glamorous French-speaking Caribbean island known for appealing to the rich and famous, with a wide array of stunning beaches. Luxurious resorts, designer shopping options, and world-class cuisine. The island exudes sophistication, stunning natural beauty, and a laid back island atmosphere. The red-roofed capital of Gustavia is a quaint harbor town where luxury yachts bob in the water and designer shopping can be done on the shores. Vibrant galleries line the streets and mouth-watering French-inspired cuisine is served at gourmet restaurants.

The sparkling blue waters around the island are filled with exciting things to do including yacht charters, sailing, surfing, fishing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and kite surfing. A colorful full calendar of exciting events and festivals is on offer in St. Barts with sporting events to movie and music festivals. The historic ruins of Fort Gustave offer stunning views over the island, the Wall House Museum takes visitors back through the islands past and Vieux Clocher is the oldest building in Gustavia. Quiet, secluded beaches trim the island like Saline Beach with white sand stretching for miles and one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, lapped by gorgeous shades of blue water. Happening nightlife spots can be found at St. Jean Beach where famed beach clubs like Nikki Beach are located with top-notch service, wild parties, and spectacular views. .

When is the best time to visit St. Bart`s?

St. Barts is a glamorous French-speaking Caribbean island known for appealing to the rich and famous, with a wide array of stunning beaches. Luxurious resorts, designer shopping options, and world-class cuisine. The island exudes sophistication, stunning natural beauty, and a laid back island atmosphere. The red-roofed capital of Gustavia is a quaint harbor town where luxury yachts bob in the water and designer shopping can be done on the shores. Vibrant galleries line the streets and mouth-watering French-inspired cuisine is served at gourmet restaurants.

The sparkling blue waters around the island are filled with exciting things to do including yacht charters, sailing, surfing, fishing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and kite surfing. A colorful full calendar of exciting events and festivals is on offer in St. Barts with sporting events to movie and music festivals. The historic ruins of Fort Gustave offer stunning views over the island, the Wall House Museum takes visitors back through the islands past and Vieux Clocher is the oldest building in Gustavia. Quiet, secluded beaches trim the island like Saline Beach with white sand stretching for miles and one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, lapped by gorgeous shades of blue water. Happening nightlife spots can be found at St. Jean Beach where famed beach clubs like Nikki Beach are located with top-notch service, wild parties, and spectacular views. .

How many days should I spend in St. Bart`s?

The best time to visit St. Barts is November to June, these months offer affordable accommodations and the daily average temperatures range between 70-90 degrees. Accommodations at this time of year can be up to 50% off and the beaches are much less crowded and no waits at restaurants. The hottest time of year is June to September with daily average temperatures in the 90s and December is considered to be peak season when accommodations can be extremely expensive and sold out, they need to be booked at least six months in advance. Rainy seasons are September, October, and November when tropical downpours are common in the afternoons. The island's tradewinds bring refreshing breezes from the northeast throughout the year. The water temperatures on the coast stay between 68-74 degrees.

What is the best way to get around St. Bart`s?

We recommend 7-10 days based on what you want to see and do. We offer flexible vacation packages so you can select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel, and activities. We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in larger cities.

What is the currency in St. Bart`s?

The best way to travel around St. Barts is to hire a car, there is no public transportation on the island. There are international named rental car agencies found at the airport. There are a few rental car companies on the island with a variety of fun rental options including beach buggy style cars, convertibles, and quad bikes. We highly recommend renting a car to get around the island as places are quite spread out and the island has a lot of hills, so walking around is not feasible. The roads can be challenging to drive on with winding turns and blind corners and take it slow if you are unfamiliar with the roads.

Do people speak English in St. Bart`s?

The currency in St. Barts is the Euro. Many restaurants will also show the amount in U.S. Dollars. There are ATMs found at the airports, and banks throughout the island.

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