From adrenaline adventures and nature to luxury hot-spots and fabulous food, read on for the best things to do in St Kitts and Nevis.
Over 25% of St Kitts is covered by rainforest and a foray into the lush, green jungle with expert guide, O’Neil Mulraine, is a must.
Drop by Carribelle Batik to see how batik is made, buy some of the vibrant fabrics and visit the island’s most colourful washing line.
Kids will love exploring the Unesco World Heritage Site and citadel that dates back to the late 17th century.
Head for Timothy Hill and look out over the peninsular for views of the narrowest point of the island.
Nevis, St Kitts’ little sister island. The island has its own volcano, usually sat with its head in the clouds, lush greenery and beautiful white sandy beaches.
Drop by the busy Saturday market to check out where the local people shop. The stalls on Bay Road are a great source of street food and local banter.
St Kitts and Nevis has been home to Vervet Monkeys when they were introduced to the country over 300 years ago.