St. Eustatius (Statia), a remote island preserved from mass tourism with beautiful black sandy volcanic beaches, an unpretentious and un-crowded destination, offering world class diving and plenty of activities in a unique Caribbean setting.


The beautiful sea is all around, so go down and take a dive into the island’s munificent underwater marine life, an experience you won’t regret. This historical island was sighted in 1493 by Christopher Columbus.


Unaffected by regional tourism trends and fads Statia is not your average Caribbean island, so close your eyes and imagine the Caribbean about 25 to 30 years ago; unhurried and unspoiled, pristine living and reefs teeming with fish.


A small guitar-shaped island with approximately 4000 of the warmest and most welcoming crowd of people in the world. Now open your eyes and discover the beautiful little Caribbean island. Besides its magnificant underwater world, Statia is overflowing with history and breathtaking nature.


Statia day celebrations is a full week of activities known as a week of pump-and-frill.


At the south end a perfectly formed volcano can be found, ‘The Quill’. The Quill has eight different open trails that are well maintained for a good hiking experience. Tranquil pleasures last the longest! Rest to enjoy the especially pleasant Caribbean climate and the incredible diversity of unspoiled nature. I love my 11.8…


St. Eustatius is served by regional airlines Rainbow International Airlines, Trans Anguilla and Winair. Regional services into St. Eustatius a are operated by Rainbow International Airlines, Trans Anguilla. And Winair.


More information in the Guide to the Caribbean (pages 56-57).


A number of cruise lines include St. Eustatius on their Caribbean itineraries. More details will follow shortly.


St. Eustatius offers a range of accommodation options. More details will follow shortly.

Tour Ops

Currently no CTO-member tour operators serve St. Eustatius. More details will follow shortly.


Petite St. Eustatius, one of the smallest islands in the Caribbean has a lot to offer.
Come and discover the 11.8 square mile island in 72 hours with its world-class diving, rich history and amazing hiking trails.
Go for a dive to see an extraordinary world where the largest wrecks in the Caribbean can be found; historical, archaeological dives. Come up for air, explore and experience Statia above water, tranquillity and peace of mind.
Overflowing with history, take walking tours or celebrity island tours and a 600m high green mountain, the Quill National Park, nature in all its glory.
There is so much to be seen. St. Eustatius recently won the Best Feature By A Caribbean Journalist (No Anansi Story) award at the CTO’s annual Travel Media Awards, held in New York.