St. Maarten Park, a safari reserve inhabited by more than 500 animals from 80 different species from the Caribbean basin and Amazon rainforest, is the largest park of its kind in the Caribbean. This unique zoological, botanical and floral garden features impressive exhibits like a reptile house, the Squirrel Monkey Island, a walk-through aviary, and a nocturnal exhibit. Other activities include zookeeper talks, feedings, one-on-one encounters with animals, face-painting competitions, puppet shows, clown acts, treasure hunts, and more.
Not exactly a club and not exactly a restaurant, Bliss is an experience. Its casual tropic chic ambiance with palm trees and private cabanas provides the perfect spot to enjoy one of the designer "Blisstinis" or fresh oysters swimming in vodka shot glasses, and also entices visitors hit the dance floor or heated pool. Something is always happening here, from free massages for the ladies on Wednesdays to two-for-one happy hours on Thursdays. There's also a boutique here in case you want to change into something more, well, stylish.
Seek and find
If you're looking to buy anything from a cool shirt to hot sauce, you'll find it all at the waterfront market in Marigot. Shopping here can be an all-day adventure. Anguilla fishermen arrive early in the morning on colorful boats to clean fish and sell them on the shore. Artists set up stands to sell their paintings and craftsmen work with regional materials to build beautiful boxes with inlaid artwork. There are also several jewelry stands where you can buy locally produced silver and garnet, plus many other shops selling trinkets, hats, sarongs, spices, fruits and more. Located beneath Fort Saint Louis, in front of the new West Indies Mall.
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