The favorite jaunt of the rich and famous, Saint Martin is a Caribbean island cozily nestled in its northeast part. History has favored St. Martin in such a manner that its area is divided into two parts between two countries - France and Netherlands. Arresting beauty, exquisite topography, St. Martin is one vacation destination that you must visit at least once in your lifetime. As a result of its rich splendor and great holiday potential, there is no dearth of flights to Saint Martin. You can easily get cheap flight deals and fly here for an incredible Caribbean vacation.
If you have booked flights for the month of May, then here are some of the best events that beg your attendance. We are sure these will go a long way in making your vacation a truly remarkable and memorable one.
Start off this vacation with the heritage festival of Fish Day. Walk to the Cul-de-sac Bay in the French territory and see a riot of colors in the form of fishes and visit the various stalls put up by the local fisherman and taste their fresh sample. If you are in St. Martin in May, how can you not be a part of the St Martin Carnival? Book cheap tickets to St. Martin today as this carnival is a must watch!
Let this eclectic mood wash over you and surround you with music, laughter and fun... check out the parades, dance with the locals and see the straw effigy of King Momo burn. As if this wasn’t enough, St. Martin doles out another event of laughter, literally. The Festival of Laughter, as it’s aptly titled, is a comic stand-up that never fails to make the attendees burst out laughing! Yet another May event is the Arrowroot Festival, which is held at the Columbier village. In this the natives celebrate the importance of the ingredient-arrowroot in their cuisine. You can definitely buy some for yourself and use it the next time when you cook.
Come June, and the entire island gets gripped in the fever of fishing. The St Martin Billfish Tournament urges everyone to take to the waters and try catching the hefty Billfish. Mind you, here hefty is considered to be over 700lbs...So happy fishing! Adding more fun into this already merry atmosphere is the annual Summer Heat Music Festival. Held at Marigot, this heat Music festival brings sounds from all across the world for your listening pleasure and if you wish to sway to the beats, the locals are sure to join you!
In the month of July, an on the date of July 21st, the island celebrates Abolition Day. Carrying forward the music fest’s festivities, Abolition day sees a couple of official ceremonies and also marks the end of the Black Heritage Week.
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