Volcanic mountain peaks, cool turquoise waters, centuries-old sugar plantations...St. Kitts offers a diverse tourism destination developed from the destination's natural beauty, cultural heritage and rich history that retains its authentically Caribbean feel. With a lush rainforest, pristine coral reefs, windswept coastlines and a wealth of indigenous flora and fauna, St. Kitts is a nature lover's heaven. The sand leading up to the inviting waters ranges from black on the northeastern side of the island; to the gray and golden expanses that give way to a whiter hue; as one travels toward the tip of the southeast peninsula. Contact us now to start your trip planning to St Kitts and Nevis!
Diverse accomodations include bed-and-breakfasts, villa rentals, larger hotels and luxury resorts. St Kitts and Nevis offer a variety of dining venues ranging from authentic local dishes to gourmet international cuisine, and casual beach bars to upscale dining. Although St Kitts has an area of only 68 square miles, it has an impressive variety of natural wonders and activities - cyrstal clear waters for swimming, snorkeling and diving, lush rain forests, and beautiful, lively, active beaches. The Brimstone Hill Fortress is the only man-made UNESCO Heritage Site in the eastern Caribbean, perched 800 feet above the sea, providing the island's most spectacular views. The St. Kitts Carnival runs from mid November to early January, the St. Kitts Music Festival is scheduled for the last weekend in June, and the Nevis Mango and Food Festival happens in early July.