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If somehow you have linked to this page of our website, know that there has since been an entire revamp:  Saba Images and Beyond.  We have kept this page posted as there are still many links from various sites to it, but trust us the revamp is more intriguing and comprehensive.

Photo Album


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Saba is an underwater photographer's dream. The Saba Marine Park is home to a number of unique reef fish, creatures, marine mammals and critters. At the same time, on land you'll find a number of photo opportunities ranging from panoramic views to unique topside creatures found in the Elfin Rainforest on Mount Scenery thanks to the efforts of the Saba Conservation Foundation. We've included a few of our favorites here, so that you can see for yourself that Saba offers the best of both worlds below and above water. So simply click on each of the slides to see a more detailed view as well as additional information, or if you prefer simply view the slide show collection in step by step fashion by clicking here and following the back and forward buttons near the bottom of each page. Once you've reached the end, you'll be brought back here so you can pick right up where you left off. Enjoy the slide show, and when on Saba, be sure to attend the Saba Marine Park's weekly slide show presentation!


Underwater Images From Saba...


Sargassumfish    Redlip Blenny    Spotted Snake Eel

Longlure Frogfish    Yellowhead Jawfish     Bottlenose Dolphin

Coney     Nassau Grouper    Hawksbill Turtle

Longsnout Seahorse

 

Land Based Images From Saba...

A View From Windwardside    Iguana    Tree Frog

Elfin Forest     Nesting Red-Billed Tropicbirds     Baby Red-billed Tropicbird

Carnival     Carnival    


So there you have it! As you can see, Saba offers a wealth of photo opportunities for both professional and novice photographers. If you're looking for that special underwater shot or a unique land shot, let Sea Saba show you the way and don't forget to bring your cameras. With the efforts of the Saba Conservation Foundation, Saba Marine Park and Island Conservation Effort, you truly have the best of both worlds as well as some rare close-up encounters that you just simply won't find elsewhere; and if you find yourself taking more pictures than you had anticipated, don't worry since the Sea Saba Boutique located in Windwardside carries a full line of photo supplies including film and batteries.


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