Discover Statia on foot! Hiking the Quill and other parts of this beautiful island is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the nature, culture and history of St. Eustatius. On top of that, it is healthy, diverse and fun. That is why the clip series „Discover Statia“ starts off with hiking the hidden Caribbean treasure.
Growing playlist of „Discover Statia“: Hiking the Quill and more
Whether you explore St. Eustatius from the comfort of your home, plan your (next) visit or cherish the memories of your last trip, these clips are created for you. The main attractions of „The Caribbean’s Hidden Treasure“ are nature, relaxation, history and diving embedded in a tranquil, safe, friendly and laid-back environment.
Hiking is a perfect way to combine nature and history on Statia. One after the other, we introduce the numerous hiking paths of our mesmerizing island. We highly recommend pacing yourself along the trails. Not only will you notice more details and remnants of the past, and spot interesting plants and animals, but you also you will get the chance to connect to the locals.
Discover Statia: Hiking from Lower Town Oranjestad up to the Quill National Park
Antillean Crested Hummingbird (Orthorhyncus cristatus) after nectar of Aloe vera (Statia, Caribbean)
Discover Statia: Dutch Reformed Church in Upper Town Oranjestad St. Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands
Lesser Antillean Iguana (Iguana delicatissima) hanging out on St. Eustatius (Caribbean Netherlands)
Discover Statia: Hiking the Quill Trail from Rosemary Lane into the National Park on St. Eustatius
Pearly-eyed thrasher: Statia a hidden paradise for birdwatchers and hikers alike
Flight up the volcano: The Quill National Park on Statia (Caribbean Netherlands)
Caribbean hermit crab (Coenobita clypeatus) a.k.a. soldier crab in the Quill National Park of Statia
Juvenile green tree lizard (Anolis bimaculatus), Panorama Point Trail in Quill National Park, Statia
Discover Statia: The Panorama Point Trail offers hikers views over St. Eustatius from the Quill
Usnea aka tree beard moss, old man's beard or beard lichen at the crater rim of the Quill, Statia
Hiking Panorama Point Trail on Statia: Viewpoint overlooking St. Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands
It’s more fun together
Devocean Pictures is providing marketing content for Statia including images, videos, and blog posts. The collaboration will ensure that current and relevant information about the island is available on an ongoing basis.Press release: Local company to promote Statia tourism. 3rd of April 2023
We are very grateful for the opportunity to share our love of Statia with a broad audience. On our social media accounts, we take you with us on hikes and behind the scenes:
Each trail gets its own clip and blog entry to inform you about the route, difficulty and highlights to keep an eye out for. This way, you can choose the trail that is offering just the right combination of relaxation and challenge for your mood and stamina. Get inspired and ready to explore the Quill with Discover Statia: From Lower Town Oranjestad up to the Quill National Park.
Support conservation and education
No matter where you go hiking in the National Park, please get a trail tag to support the work of STENAPA (St. Eustatius National Parks). The money is used to maintain the trails and protect the national parks for future generations. Leave nothing but footprints. Take nothing but memories.
You can buy your trail tag at STENAPA’s office down at Gallows Bay, at Statia Tourism Office in town or purchase it online.
St. Eustatius Tourism Development Foundation
Fort Oranje Oranjestad, St. Eustatius Dutch Caribbean
Phone: +599 318-2433
Monday to Thursday 8 am to 5 pm Friday 8 am to 4.30 pm
https://statia-tourism.com >>> Check out the blog of their website for a more detailed description of all the trails (published over time) and things to see along the way.
Discover Statia hiking the Quill together
Nature, culture and history – St. Eustatius has it all. Discover Statia by foot and take your time to connect, be present and playful, just like Courtney and Steve, our hiking friends.