Gothenburg, Sweden (December 18, 2015) – The small island of Saba is known as “The Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean,” and it is not hard to see why. It is a natural paradise, almost completely untouched by the furious pace of modern development and fiercely proud of its history of environmental conservation. Ecotourism is the name of the game in Saba, boasting first class hiking, climbing, scuba diving and the Saba Marine Park, with the breath-taking views from atop the aptly named volcanic Mt. Scenery being the icing on the cake.
The Saba Tourist Bureau has become ArrivalGuides’ newest destination partner, hoping to use the extensive distribution network, comprising over 340 major global travel brands, to explode onto the world tourism scene as a prime Caribbean destination. ArrivalGuides is the world’s largest provider of travel information, with content on over 550 destinations being distributed worldwide in the form of websites, mobile apps, Smart TV content, downloadable PDFs, in-flight entertainment, booking confirmations, and more, thus ensuring that travelers get instant access to reliable, up-to-date information throughout every step of their journey.
Through ArrivalGuides’ content management system, they will have the freedom to create themes and organize their own content, including photos and videos, which will automatically update to our network of over 340 distribution partners. Saba will thus now have the chance to get noticed by millions of potential new travelers, inspiring ever more people to visit this idyllic island.
Glenn C. Holm, Director of Tourism, Saba Tourism Bureau, said, “The island of Saba in the Dutch Caribbean may be small (a mere 5 square miles) but we do things in a big way! Becoming one of the first small Caribbean gems to partner with ArrivalGuides, we feel we are once again setting a precedent to be followed by many other small Caribbean destinations to get the word out about the fascinating and diverse destinations our region has to offer. The storybook island of Saba known for its old-world charm, unspoiled nature and fascinating underwater world will surely get the recognition it deserves by partnering with ArrivalGuides and its distribution network of Tourism Experts”.
Aviva Pearson, President of ArrivalGuides said, “Welcome aboard Saba! We are keenly aware of the desire to more Caribbean content from our distribution partner, and with addition of Saba we are excited to present their content including videos to Smart TV and set-up box manufacturers. We look forward to working with Saba TB in a long term partnership”.
Saba is a special municipality of the Netherlands, located in the tranquil waters of the Caribbean Sea. The island is composed largely of the potentially active volcano, Mt. Scenery, which is curiously the highest point in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. With a population of just 2,000 people, it retains the laid-back vibe of the old Caribbean, and the 25,000 yearly visitors to the island are always greeted with open arms.