Saba Visa and Passport Requirements
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A passport valid for at least six months after departure from Saba is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Visitors must also have an onward or return ticket, proof of sufficient funds, and proof of lodging accommodations.
Dutch and Americans can stay up to 180 days within a year without a visa.
Other nationals referred to in the chart above can stay up to 90 days within 180 days.
Nationals not referred to in the chart should contact the nearest Dutch embassy.
Types and Cost
Short-stay Caribbean visa: €80.
The Caribbean visa is a multiple-entry visa. It allows travellers to make short visits (minimum 15 and maximum 90 days in a 180-day period) to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten).
The Schengen visa is not valid for travel to Saba.
Applications for the Caribbean visa are usually processed within 15 calendar days.
Extension of stay
Visitors who have the Caribbean visa will not be able to extend the visa.
Visitors who do not require a visa may extend their stay at the immigration office, usually up to a maximum of 180 days.
Entry with pets
If bringing a pet to Saba, your animal must have a valid international health certificate, current rabies vaccination and up-to-date annual vaccinations. Large dogs must be transported via ferry, as planes to Saba are too small to accommodate dogs weighing more than 23kg (50lb).
This page reflects our understanding of current rules for the most common types of travel to the said country. However, please note that each authority sets and forces entry rules, hence we strongly recommend that you verify critical information with the relevant embassy before travel.
Embassies and tourist offices
Office of the Minister Plenipotentiary of the Netherlands Antilles in the Netherlands
Telephone: (70) 306 6111.
Address: Badhuisweg 173-175, PO Box 90706, The Hague, 2597 JP,
Saba is part of the Netherlands Antilles and is represented abroad by Royal Netherlands embassies - see The Netherlands section.
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