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Often referred to as the crossroads of the Caribbean, St. Maarten is located at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, approximately 150 miles southeast of Puerto Rico. The island is just three hours from New York City and two hours forty-five minutes from Miami. The 37-square-mile island of St. Maarten was first settled by the Arawaks and was discovered by Christopher Columbus on behalf of Spain in 1493. Columbus sighted the island on November 11th, the holy day of St. Martin of Tours, and so named the island after him. For the next 150 years the island was passed between Holland, England, France and Spain. The old stone forts that guard many of the island’s inlets are proof of the island’s turbulent past. In 1648 St. Maarten was peacefully divided between Holland and France, and today is the smallest landmass in the world to be shared by two sovereign nations.

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About Rainforest Adventures St. Maarten at Rockland Estate

Rainforest Adventures creates unique and memorable experiences that inspire a sustainable use of the environment and an appreciation of the local culture while positively impacting our communities.

Rockland Estate is an eco–adventure park that preserves native eco-systems while ensuring the sustainability of the estate’s physical and intangible attributes. We recognize the ecological, cultural and historical value of the site and see our development as an opportunity to invest in the cultural landscape of St. Maarten in a meaningful way. Our overall goal is to enhance and preserve its natural and built environs along with endorsing its cultural and historical significance while promoting education through adventure.

In keeping with Rainforest Adventures’ Environmental Commitment, Rockland Estates’ attractions, viewing platforms and chairlifts are designed to have minimal impact on both the flora and fauna of the park. The entire Rockland Estate covers 436,237 square metres of which the footprint of all proposed infrastructure accounts for only 3.6% of the entire Emilio Wilson Estate property, as it exists today.

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