What makes St. Kitts and Nevis Special?
These charming islands both offer the best of the Caribbean – beautiful beaches, impressive rainforests on the slopes of the extinct volcanoes that dominate each – Mt. Liamuiga and Nevis Peak – there are water sports, rainforest tours, ziplining and Golf. St. Kitts and Nevis both offer fabulous dining in a variety of extraordinary settings that spoil for choice and are both contenders for the best cuisine in the Eastern Caribbean.
In St. Kitts, take the scenic railway tour of island, do the interior tour with Greg’s Safaris or a Mt. Liamuiga hike, visit Brimstone Hill Fortress the UNESCO world heritage site, head to the Southeast peninsula for snorkelling tours and fabulous beach food, Swim with the dolphins at Dolphin Discovery, head to the strip at Frigate Bay on a Friday for great local food and fun entertainment (barbeque haven), golf at the Royal St. Kitts Golf Course, play the tables at the Marriott’s Royal Beach Casino.
Nevis – For those seeking a quieter lifestyle and an old world authentic Caribbean experience with all the luxurious trimmings, there is nowhere in the Caribbean quite like Nevis. Perhaps its because this island became the first place in the Americas to officially practice tourism in 1778, when the Bath Hotel was constructed over the site of one of the island’s famous hot springs. Ever since, Nevis has been sought after for its healing qualities and relaxed Caribbean lifestyle.
Nevis also has fabulous beaches and water sports, not to mention the beach restaurants, and there are many other great outdoor activities as well as historic sites to visit – Do the Nevis Peak hike, golf at the world class Pinney’s Beach Gold Club at the Four Seasons, a Robert Trent Jones course, visit the Nisbet Plantation Resort, where Lord Nelson met his future wife Frances Fanny Nisbet, the Alexander Hamilton Museum, the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton who lived on the island until the age of nine and went on to help draft the U.S. Constitution and become the first secretary of the Treasury.
Kittitians and Nevisians really do know how to enjoy life, and this is clearly shown during the Carnival celebrations, “Sugar Mas”, that run from around 22th November through to 4th January. Over 6 weeks there calypso competition, a host of entertainment events and fetes, culminating on January 2nd when revellers take to the streets for “Last Lap”, and the winning Carnival Troupe and Road March winners are announced.
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