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St. Maarten (St. Martin)

This island’s panoramic views are only rivaled by its colorful culture and delicious cuisine. St. Maarten all-inclusive vacations combine innovation with tradition.

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. With a worldwide reputation for fusion cuisine, and over 500 restaurants, St. Maarten features a subtle blend of flavors including lobster, shellfish, traditional barbecue and local delicacies and spices like Creole sauces and tropical fish. Plus, there’s always the sound of Caribbean music filling the air with soca, salsa, samba, steel drums, reggae, soul and even rock. And when you add in the popular water based activities, beaches, boating, ecotourism, golf and cities, the charming atmosphere of this island will wash over you like a breath of fresh air. So just like the cuisine, a St. Maarten all-inclusive vacation has a little bit of everything.

Unlimited-Luxury ®in St. Martin

Secrets St. Martin Resort & Spa is now open! This resort makes a huge splash with the largest infinity pool in the Western Caribbean—because a pool with an epic ocean view is never a bad thing.

Secrets St. Martin
Travel Tip

Guests will have access to the resort's private catamaran. Luxury, ahoy. Learn more

The French side

The north side of the island may be culturally relaxed, but it also includes parts that are much more active. Then there are areas like Baie Nettle, Grand Case and Orient Bay that combine a nice mix of both these vibes. So between the excursions to Pinel Island, Tintamarre and Creole Rock for snorkeling, and notable destinations like Loterie Farm or the 1,492 foot cliff at Pic du Paradis, there are plenty of places that allow you to kick back and relax, or have an exciting adventure. That means you can do everything from enjoying the shopping and sightseeing in the capital of Marigot, to exploring the historical landmark of Fort Louis. It all depends on what kind of vacation you’re looking for.

The French side 
Travel Tip

If you want a bit of adventure, the French side offers sky diving, helicopter rides, jet extreme tours and a thrilling hike to Chewbacca Rock.

The Dutch side

The south side of the island offers an array of excursions and tours for thrill seekers including zip-lining, horseback riding, hiking and Harley Davidson tours. Plus, party buses and boats can help you navigate the land and sea around the island. That’s all in addition to a hopping nightlife, including hotspots like Celine Charters in Simpson Bay. But if you’re seeking a more relaxing pace, you can always enjoy a petting farm, visit a butterfly farm, create your own perfume, induldge at a soothing spa, take up snorkeling or simply experience a bit of sunset sailing.

Some of the best sights on this side of the island are the St. Maarten Museum (including an interesting exhibit on Hurricane Luis), The Carousel (a beautifully restored Italian carousel), Mullet Bay Beach (a beach popular with locals), Casino Royale (one of the thirteen casinos), Front Street in Philipsburg (a great place for shopping), Cupecoy Beach (set near limestone cliffs) and Fort Amsterdam (a Dutch bastion built in 1631).

The Dutch side 
Travel Tip

Before you leave the island, make sure you snap a photo on the border of St. Martin and St. Marteen.

Support while you're in St Maarten/Martin.

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.

Travel Experts 
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And we’re always here, of course. You can reach us 24-hours a day, 7 days a week while you are on vacation.  Just call +1 414-934-1535 or emailing

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