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Leeward Islands

 
 

Boasting sandy coral islands ringed by crystalline turquoise waters and bursting with lush tropical rainforests and volcanic mountainsides that climb into the clouds, the Leeward Islands are the ultimate tropical paradise. From Anguilla to Dominica, this 120-mile region is as diverse in culture and cuisine as it is in geography and history. Home to a colorful array of nationalities, the Leeward Islands marry quiet deserted island exploration with exclusive amenities and jet set yachting activities to guarantee a wonderful Caribbean charter experience.

When booking your Pura Vida charter, your charter broker will work with you to create a personalized itinerary tailored completely to your preferences.

 
 

 

ANGUILLA

A flat coral island that is home to the world’s most exquisite white sand beaches, Anguilla is as refined and serene as it is exclusive. This British territory is sparsely populated, but is home to some of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean. Snorkeling and diving are paramount and you’ll truly feel a world away when exploring the unspoiled sand islands of the Anguilla National Park. Seven shipwrecks and myriad coral reefs make Anguilla a preferred retreat for diving and snorkeling, while those seeking relaxation can unwind in one of the many world-class spas the island has to offer.

 

 

SABA

An unspoiled escape, Saba entices visitors with lush rainforests, volcanic formations and a majestic rocky shoreline and enthralls them with a fusion of Caribbean flavor and European flair. Just five square miles in size, Saba is navigated by one main road dotted with charming Caribbean villages winding through an intentionally preserved landscape. Whether your preference is sea or sky, you’ll enjoy exceptional diving and hiking during your visit to Saba, after which a visit to any of the eclectic bars and restaurants punctuate a day lived Pura Vida-style.

 

 

st. maarten

Claimed as a Spanish territory by Christopher Columbus during his second voyage to the West Indies in 1493, the Isla de San Martin is today shared by the Dutch and the French. Home to the 7,000-acre National Nature Reserve, the island’s northern side, St. Martin, embodies the essence of the French Caribbean with its bustling open-air markets, bakeries and Mediterranean-esque cafes. St. Maarten has captured the hearts of yachtsmen with its bright megayacht marina, casino, dining and amenities. It is a perfect location to begin and end your Leeward Islands charter.

 

 

st. barth's

St. Barth’s casual-luxe vibe has long attracted the jet set to her glittering shores, where the sailing is superb, the shopping is unmatched and the nightlife is pulsing. This island gem is bursting with Mediterranean influences, from French Riviera-style dining to charming independent boutiques and world-famous designer shops. But St. Barth’s remains true to her Caribbean heritage and entertains her guests with stunning beaches, world-class diving and watersports, historical sites, and luxe events that draw visitors from around the world.