$135 – 160/day
This journey by ATV begins from our base in Philipsburg and takes you around the island on both sides of the island with 4 hours in duration.You must be 18 years old to drive the scooter / ATV and have a valid drivers license.
Make Reservations for an ATV Rental! Single or Double Rider. Only drivers license needed – Pickup time BEFORE 10.30 AM (Island time)
Rent a Buggy Tour with Insurance included (third party) / tax. Only a valid drivers license needed (18 years and older) Gas is included. Guest Included. Pickup time BEFORE 10.30 AM (Island Time)
Small but beautiful and perfectly formed, this Caribbean gem is actually the world’s smallest area of land divided into two nations – one half is French (Saint Martin) and the other is Dutch (St Maarten). The result is something truly unique and this is an idyllic island paradise where 120 different nationalities mix alongside each other and where some of the finest cuisines in the Caribbean can be found.
Maho Beach is without a doubt the most action-packed beach on the island of St. Maarten. Maho Beach is located right behind the runway of Princess Juliana Airport in Dutch Sint Maarten. This is one of the most popular beaches on the island and travelers love to stand on the beach and take pictures of the incoming planes that fly so close to the shores.
Cole Bay Hill is the perfect perch for travelers to catch panoramic views of Philipsburg, St. Maarten’s Dutch capital, and nearby islands Saba, St. Eustatius, and Anguilla. In the mornings, sun glints off Simpson Bay Lagoon, the largest inland body of water in the Caribbean, and in the evenings, travelers flock here for sunset snaps.
Orient Bay, also known as Baie Orientale, is located on the northeastern coast of French Saint Martin. Orient Bay Beach is often called the “Saint Tropez of the Caribbean” and is often compared to the beaches in southern France. Many tourists would argue that this is the best beach on the island of Saint Martin.
In this temple of local produce and traditional specialties, you’ll find all the ingredients that have built the island’s culinary reputation. You’ll also find souvenirs, t-shirts, bags, dresses, and shirts of every color, as well as baseball caps and sunglasses stamped with emblems of the island and the Caribbean. These all make good gifts for you to take home or treat yourself.
Known as the food capital of the Caribbean, the district is home to a number of restaurants rated by Gault & Millau. They offer a delicious fusion of Creole flavors and the great traditions of French cuisine. It’s a worthy representation of the French art of living is worthily, against a truly stunning backdrop.
Shopping is great throughout the island thanks to its duty-free status, but the best bargains on jewelry, china, electronics and more are found on Front Street in Philipsburg. Historic architecture, shopping galore and fabulous deals on jewelry. There are markets, hotels, restaurants and bars, a museum, a casino, a catholic church and even a courthouse.
Great way to travel. Johnny got us to the coolest places that are not the typical tourist stops. Super flexible and accommodating. Added days were no problem. Thanks Johnny!
We met Johnny the morning our cruise docked in St. Maarten. We rented the 4 person buggy and drive the road around the entire island on our own. Equipment worked well. Would rent from Johnny’s again! ATVs would be fun for 2 people!
“There is NO ONE except Johnny’s ATV. DO NOT use anyone else but Johnny’s !!! Quick walk off the cruise ship and ignore all the fellas trying to tell you to come with them or they can beat Johhny’s …”