Saba, a volcanic island in the Caribbean Sea , is a public body of the Netherlands.
It is a tiny island, only 5 square miles (13 square kilometers) in area.
The capital of Saba is The Bottom.
Saba is mostly forest.
There are rocks and cliffs on the coasts.
About 1,500 people live on Saba.
Dutch is the official language.
Most people speak English.
Tourism, particularly ecotourism, is increasing in importance.
The many coral reefs around the island make it popular with divers.
Mountain climbers can climb Mount Scenery, a 2,877 foot (877 meter) volcano.
There are 18 botanical hiking trails.
A carnival and summer festival takes place in Saba from July 23 to August 1.
Saba is a free port, so visitors do not have to pass through customs.
The United States dollar is the official currency of Saba.
Saba was part of the Netherlands Antilles until September 2010, when the Netherlands Antilles was dissolved.
During its history, Saba has been ruled by England, France, Spain and the Netherlands.