Watch: Beautiful (NEW) Aerial Footage of Saint Martin Shows Exuberant, Thriving Island

It’s always better when you can see something yourself, because seeing is believing. That just so happens to be exactly what SHOWME Caribbean believes as well. And it’s why they had a team on Saint Martin just last week filming some incredible footage, much of which will make up their soon-to-be-released 360 degree tour of the entire island of Saint Martin, all post Irma. It will be the most comprehensive, post Irma imagery released to date of the entire island. So, keep an eye out for that.

In the meantime, SHOWME Caribbean has released a video featuring some pretty captive aerial imagery taken from high above Saint Martin. Just think of it as a teaser of what’s to come.

The video shows multiple aerial views of Pinel Island, Orient Beach, Marigot, Mullet Bay, Kim Sha Beach, Maho Beach, Rainforest Adventures, Philipsburg, Baie Rouge, and, last but certainly not least, Little Bay. A really nice mix of some popular spots on Saint Martin, all looking alive and well. And I can speak from personal experience, it really is as amazing as it looks.

Go. Now. Before everyone else figures it out.

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About Jon Ferlise

Jon currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his family and considers the island of Saint Martin a second home. Jon’s professional background is in corporate finance and accounting. He’s been a certified public accountant since 2002. He owns and operates a business advisory company called Left Mind that specializes in providing B2B SaaS businesses with strategic financial management services from startup through maturity.

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Jon Ferlise

I am a U.S. citizen living in Phoenix, Arizona, with my wife and two sons, ages 4 and 6 (and yes, they LOVE SXM as much as we do!). My family considers the island a second home and we’ve been there countless times. We love the culture, the people, the community and the beauty of this island. The people have always made us feel at home and welcome. This is a small way for me and my family to support an island and it’s people that we hold so dear. Learn more about me at

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