How to go to St Barthelemy

St. Barthelemy is a small island in the Caribbean Sea that is accessible by air and sea. Here are some options for how to get to St. Barthelemy:

    Fly to St. Barthelemy: St. Barthelemy has a small airport, Gustaf III Airport (SBH), that is served by several airlines, including Air Caraibes, Winair, and Tradewind Aviation. Flights to St. Barthelemy typically depart from other Caribbean islands, such as St. Martin or Antigua.

    Fly to St. Martin and take a ferry: Another option is to fly to Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) on the nearby island of St. Martin, and then take a ferry to St. Barthelemy. There are several ferry companies that operate between St. Martin and St. Barthelemy, including Great Bay Express and Voyager.

    Take a private boat or yacht: St. Barthelemy is a popular destination for yacht and boat owners, and there are several marinas on the island that can accommodate private boats and yachts. If you don't own a boat, you can also charter one from companies like Yacht Charter Fleet or CharterWorld.

Once you arrive in St. Barthelemy, you can get around the island by taxi, rental car, scooter, or bicycle. It's important to note that St. Barthelemy has narrow and steep roads, so it's important to be a confident driver if you choose to rent a car or scooter.
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