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  • St. Kitts & Nevis amongst others, Wins in the Outstanding Caribbean Travel Awards 2022
    Caribbean Travel Awards 2022 The Caribbean Travel Awards is here again and St. Kitts and Nevis, amongst others, did not fail to represent! Despite the global pandemic that started in 2019, a great number of …Read More »
  • Nevis’ Culturama Festival Is Here Again 2022
    Nevis’ greatest cultural festival has finally made its long-awaited comeback! Culturama is a cultural festival usually celebrated on a public holiday in Saint Kitts and Nevis on the Tuesday following the first Monday in August of …Read More »
  • St Kitts Tourism Authority Announces New Chief Marketing Officer 2022
    St Kitts Tourism Authority Announces New Chief Marketing Officer St Kitts has announced the recruitment of Ms. Mia Lange’s as the Chief Marketing Officer at the Tourism Authority and the first of its kind. The …Read More »

The Islands of

ST Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island nation situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It’s known for cloud-shrouded mountains and beaches. Many of its former sugar plantations are now inns or atmospheric ruins. The larger of the 2 islands, Saint Kitts, is dominated by the dormant Mount Liamuiga volcano, home to a crater lake, green vervet monkeys and rainforest crisscrossed with hiking trails.

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St. Kitts and Nevis is a small Caribbean island country in the Caribbean Sea, located between Antigua and St. Maarten. Its lush landscape is dominated in the island’s center by Mount Liamuiga, a long-extinct volcano. The shoreline ranges from steep cliffs to fine white sandy Caribbean and curious black volcanic sand, while the lush rainforest is rich in tropical flora and fauna. Old plantation houses, beautiful beaches, lush vegetation, and historic towns like the capital Basseterre make a visit to St. Kitts and Nevis a true delight. We recommend that you call the attractions and restaurants ahead of your visit to confirm current opening times.

Island Resorts & Retreats

WHERE TO STAY

St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino

St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino captivates you from the moment you see it, immersing you in the culture and atmosphere of this most relaxing and romantic of Caribbean Islands. Our breathtaking resort in St. Kitts and Nevis, situated in Frigate Bay, offers an unparalleled island vacation experience. Luxury guest rooms, trimmed with West Indian accents and cutting-edge comforts, are spacious and welcoming. That same Caribbean flavor sets the tone in our 8 restaurants and 2 lounges. For entertainment and relaxation, the resort also offers the 35,000 sq ft Royal Beach Casino, the 15,000 sq ft Emerald Mist Spa and boasts an 18-hole championship golf course at the Royal St. Kitts Golf Club.

Park Hyatt St. Kitts Christophe Harbour

Set on a nearly-untouched Caribbean island within the Christophe Harbour development Park Hyatt St. Kitts spans the entire Banana Bay offering an idyllic experience for discerning leisure travelers to the West Indies. This luxury resort is nestled in a secluded area offering golden sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, overlooking The Narrows – a majestic straight separating St. Kitts and its volcanic sister-island of Nevis. All accommodations face forwards towards the beach and sea and are chic in design. The resort includes premium suites with individual plunge or swimming pools and private sundecks. The resort is home to three restaurants, the Great House for all day dining, the Stone Barn, adult only dining and the Fisherman’s Village situated on the waters edge. Guests can also take advantage of two swimming pools, water sports and a nine room spa, Sugar Mill Spa & Sanctuary offering treatments and wellness programs.

Koi Resort Saint Kitts, Curio Collection by Hilton

Escape to the serene oceanfront of Half Moon Bay at our Koi Resort Saint Kitts, Curio Collection by Hilton. With modern, Zen-inspired décor and impeccable views, our new resort is perfectly located for leisure and relaxation. We are adjacent to Royal Saint Kitts Golf Course and overlooking the beach, with a full-service spa and excellent on-site restaurant. Each modern room and suite includes scenic views, complimentary WiFi, a spa-inspired soaking tub and rainfall shower. Choose a room or suite with ocean views, private balcony or terrace, additional space, and separate living room for the ultimate stay. 

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Things To Do In

ST Kitts and Nevis

From the soaring, mist-mantled summit of Mount Liamuiga to the powdery Caribbean beachfronts of Oualie, Frigate Bay and Cockleshell, the historic French-flavoured, Anglophone capital of Basseterre to the craggy volcanic chutes of the Black Rocks, the formidable palisades and bunkers of Brimstone Hill to the clattering railway tracks of the old Plantation era, there’s plenty to see and do between the beautiful coastal borders of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Covered in a thick blanket of primeval rainforest and cloud forests, dotted with the crumbling remnants of tobacco farms and imbued with enticing little beach shacks and cocktail bars, world-class golf resorts and uber-luxurious hotels, the duo of islands that forms this federation has something for every type of traveler.

So, wax up the walking boots for the Phillips Trail or don the bikini for a trip to Turtle Bay, and be sure to make a beeline for this; one of the region’s most enticing and enthralling destinations!

Fresh Island Flavours

DRINKS & DINING

The Rocks

Dating back to the early 1800’s, Golden Rock sits on a hundred acres stretching up the verdant slopes of Nevis Peak. Eleven guest rooms offer privacy, glorious tropical gardens, and sea views toward the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Montserrat.
 
For adventures further afield, rent mountain bikes, explore the beaches of Nevis, or hike from our gate to the Source. Green vervet monkeys inhabit the property along with hummingbirds, finches, and the occasional local donkey. At night, rest well with serenading tree frogs and breezes rustling the bamboo. Golden Rock Inn is an escape—a special hideaway.

Indian Summer Nevis

From Humble Beginnings…

Leaving Mumbai to pursue his dream of owning a restaurant in the Caribbean, Vikas Pariani opened Indian Summer after having two successful restaurants on both St. Maarten and St. Kitts. Now teamed with his partners on Nevis, Indian Summer is just 1 of 3 successful restaurants run by this partnership on the island of Nevis.. Vikas (or Vik as he is known to his patrons) has brought to Nevis a special blend of sumptuous Indian cuisines, talented staff and a world of charm.

Bananas Nevis

Situated on the edge of the Rainforest Bananas is casual fun dining in a magical setting. We take our food very seriously but it is good home cooking prepared by hard working local ladies, not fancy or Gourmet.. However our menu is very creative and we use only fresh ingredients and where possible free range organic produce and meats. We have Magnificent Sunset views from our Firefly lounge and a superb selection of cocktails and old rums and a small selection of cuban Cigars.

Travel Guide

ST Kitts and Nevis

EXPLORE THE ISLAND

Saint Kitts and Nevis is a twin island country covering an area of 261 sq. km (101 sq mi). It is located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The dual island nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis is the smallest sovereign nation in the Western hemisphere. Both islands are actually the summits of a submerged volcanic mountain range. 

As observed on the physical map of Saint Kitts and Nevis above, Nevis is cone shaped, with a central volcanic peak; Nevis Peak. The island has a narrow coastal plain that rises gently into the upper elevations. There are a scattering of white and black sand beaches. St. Kitts is an elongated oval in shape, except for a long, narrow peninsula to the southeast. It’s narrow coastal plain rises steeply into the upper elevations. It is comprised of a group of volcanic peaks, the highest of which is Mount Liamuiga, formerly Mount Misery, a dormant volcano, some 1,156m (3,792 ft) high. 

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