Saba (August 28, 2013) – This October, the island of Saba in the Dutch Caribbean hosts the Sea & Learn event welcoming guests to take part in exciting marine science activities. To celebrate the event Queen’s Gardens Resort is offering 50% off rates in the month of October plus two free afternoon dives for guests who book a minimum of two days of diving. The luxurious boutique hotel features 12 suites and the Haiku House private villa each with stunning views of Saba.
Every October, Sea & Learn hosts more than a dozen world-renowned scientific experts for a month-long environmental awareness event. There are many exciting activities and ways to learn from casual evening presentations at local hotels and restaurants to hands-on field projects and interactive activities for students at the local schools.
The event seeks to enhance environmental awareness as participants join experts for dramatic, firsthand encounters with the natural world. Explore the wonders of translucent jellyfish and nebulous nudibranchs or marvel at the island’s biodiversity from tropic birds and orchids to spiders and scorpions learning about innovative solutions to the world’s global climate challenges.
“Even for those who are not hiking or diving lovers the presentations and field excursions are very interesting and entertaining. With a wide variety of topics the event will ensure that there is something for everyone,” said Claire Verbeke-Nuyens, manager at Queen’s Gardens Resort. “The presentations still give guests plenty of time to explore the beautiful island.”
Saba is called the Unspoiled Queen for its pristine nature and vibrant biodiversity from mountainous cloud forest to its deep water pinnacles. This year marks the11th annual event and it is sure be filled with many new things to see and learn.
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About Queen’s Gardens Resort: Queen’s Gardens Resort is located 1,200 feet about sea level on the lesser-known Caribbean island of Saba in the Netherlands Antilles. Built atop Troy Hill, the elevation keeps this property secluded, and 12 spacious suites each occupy a private floor with panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea or the Saba rain forest, plus a private Jacuzzi. Haiku House, the three-story villa, evokes 16th century Japanese style. World-famous Saba scuba diving and snorkeling, hiking and in-room spa services are also available. www.queensaba.com