Travel by Marion
Easterling & Miller Travel
Stuart Travel Design
Katherine Gould Travel
Asheville, North Carolina
Even though St. Barts is a French island, English is widely spoken. The currency is the Euro, but the U.S. dollar is widely accepted and is very much welcomed.
From couture designer shops to tennis and snorkeling, St. Bart’s has a wide array of activities for travelers of all ages and interests. If shopping does not interest you, your Brownell advisor can arrange a day trip to many surrounding islands, such as St. Martin or Antigua. St. Bart’s is also home to world-renowned scuba diving since the island is just off the coast of a Marine Park and protected waterways. St. Bart’s also has prestigious sailing regattas and hosts a calendar full of events surrounding various sailing tournaments and events.
The island can be reached by regular charters through St. Martin, San Juan, and Antigua. Private charters are also available, leaving from mostly all Caribbean islands. Your Brownell advisor can arrange all of these transfers and flights on your behalf prior to your tip.