Guided Hikes

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Are you a birder? Do you love orchids? Would you like to see iguanas at close range? You can!

 

A visit to Statia brings nature enthusiasts in contact with a wonderful variety of native flora and fauna. You can visit dormant volcano The Quill to the south and marvel at the extensive range of plant species, or enjoy a combination of nature, history and breathtaking views when you visit Boven to the north.

birdscaribbean-logoFully certified (since 2008) by the World Federation of Tourist Guides Association and with over a decade of field experience, you will not be disappointed when you hike with us. Also certified as ‘expert‘ by BirdsCaribbean, we offer first-class birding tours of Statia’s avian fauna, however we can customize any natural history tour to suit your interests. We can also provide tour guide training to suit your needs.

 

 

HOW TO GET HERE

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To get to Statia you have to fly to St. Maarten and take a short flight with Winair. Why not spend a day or two in St. Maarten and take a tour with the excellent Sea Grape Tours? We highly recommend them.

Once here, do not miss the opportunity to learn about Statia’s rich history with a walking tour of the historical core, guided by experts Gay Soutekouw and Walter Hellebrand.

For general information about the island, where to eat and stay, car rental and so on, the St. Eustatius Tourism Development Foundation is at your service.

 

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

Statia is featured on the Caribbean Birding Trail website!

For fun facts about Statia’s wildlife, like our Facebook page.

 

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Vegetation in the Quill crater

 

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View from Signal Hill

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View from Around the Mountain (south), Quill

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Zeelandia beach – main sea turtle nesting beach and small nesting site for red-billed tropicbirds

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View from Gilboa Hill

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Signs marking the hiking trails

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Historical stone ovens on Gilboa Hill

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The Quill National Park, a dormant volcano

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Signs marking trails in the Quill

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