Travel Advice for St Eustatius
St Eustatius
Capital: Oranjestad

Time Zone GMT - 4
Country Code: 599
IDD: International Direct Dialling is available
Outgoing Code: 00
All services - 599 382211
St Eustatius Tourist Bureau, Fort Oranjestad z/n. Orangestad z/n, Oranjestad,
St Eustatius, NA Tel/Fax (3) 82433.
Valid passport required by all except nationals of: Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and The Netherlands holding an Identity card. The USA holding voter's registration cards or birth certificate, and alien residents of the USA with an Alien Registration card. Canada with proof of citizenship. San Marino holding a national ID card or a passport not expired by more than 5 years. Brazil, Mexico, Trinidad, and Tobago and Venezuela with a national ID card. Return Ticket required. Requirements may be subject to short-term change. Contact embassy before departure.
Up to date visa requirements can be obtained from the Office of the Minister Plenipotentiary of the Netherlands Antilles.
Polio, Typhoid: Vaccination recommended.
Yellow Fever: A vaccination certificate is required from all travellers over 6 months of age coming from infected areas.
& Drink
Water is considered drinkable, normal precautions should be observed with food.
Currency Netherlands Antilles Guilder or Florin (NAG) = 100 cents.
NOTE: Import and export of local currency is restricted to NAG 200.
Visa and MasterCard are accepted in large establishments. Travellers cheques, preferably in US dollars are accepted.
ATM availability: 10 locations approximately.
Cost of
Despite the island's small size it has a variety of restaurants and accommodation at moderate prices.
Languages English is the official language. Papiamento, French and Spanish are also spoken.
Weather Hot climate with cooling sea breezes.
Electricity 110/220 volts AC 60 Hz.
Post 4 - 6 days.
Transport ROAD: A very small island with very few roads. The whole island can be walked around in a few hours. CAR HIRE and TAXI: Companies operate in Oranjestad.
DOCUMENTATION: National licence is sufficient.
Twice a year sea turtles clamber onto the volcanic black sand to lay their eggs, and giant land crabs hunt on the beaches every night.