Saint Martin is a less travelled, but unique Caribbean vacation destination. It is an island that is split between the French Saint Martin and the Dutch Sint Maarten. Even though the island is divided, there is no border, and travellers are free to move across the island. Known for its natural wonders, beaches, and great food and shopping in the towns of Grand Case and Marigot, it’s the perfect place for Canadians who want to explore a new beach vacation destination.
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Saint Martin is primarily a beach destination. With more than 30 beaches to choose from, marine reserves, snorkelling, water sports and no shortage of beach bars and cafes, it’s a great place to relax and get away from the everyday. The most famous beach on the island, Maho Bay, is a must-visit. If you are into casinos, you will need to venture to the Dutch side of the island, as they are not permitted on the French side. Other activities worth considering include motorcycle island tours, parasailing and zip lining, and there are plenty of places for shopping.
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