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Part of one federation, the islands of St Kitts and Nevis still remain largely off the tourist track, which is, of course, a great part of their appeal.
Just relax, enjoy the gentle pace of life and bask in the beauty of the wonderful beaches, rugged volcanic peaks and lush rainforests of St Kitts & Nevis. Both islands have their own unique cultural heritage and you’ll find they have skillfully blended the hotels and resorts with the local architecture, culture and history. There’s excellent golf, watersports and other activities on the islands, with lots to see and do. Why not talk to us about a two-centre holiday so that you can get the most out your stay.
Out and About
Explore the majestic Brimstone Hill Fortress
Situated almost 800 ft above sea level, this remarkable fortress is one of the best preserved and most dramatic in the entire Caribbean. Constructed over the course of 100 years between the 1690s and 1790s and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brimstone Hill was the site of many dramatic battles between the British and the French as both nations sought to assert their control of the lucrative Caribbean colonies.
Step aboard the scenic railway
You don’t have to be a train spotter or a railway enthusiast to enjoy this unique and beautiful train journey. Built in the early 20th Century to deliver sugar cane from the fields to the sugar mill in the capital city of Basseterre, the railway now provides visitors with a fascinating way to see St Kitts from the comfort of custom-made, open air carriages.
Stroll the streets of Charlestown
This delightful town is one of the best remaining examples of the colonial era in the Caribbean. Much of Charlestown looks exactly as it did hundreds of years ago and you’ll see many examples of beautiful 18th and 19th Century colonial buildings.
Visit the Botanical Gardens
Lying in the shadow of Mount Nevis, this five-acre garden is a wonderful, tranquil oasis full of tropical flowers and shrubs, orchid terraces and water lily ponds. The gardens are situated on land originally belonging to the Montpelier Estates where, further up the road, a young Horatio Nelson married Fanny Nisbet in 1787.
The Horatio Nelson Museum
Offering a fascinating glimpse into the past, this museum displays original artifacts and memorabilia from the life and times of British Naval Admiral, Lord Horatio Nelson, who visited Nevis in the 18th Century.
Food and Drink
You’ll find the resorts here offer excellent cuisine, but there are many other superb restaurants. On Nevis, we can recommend Miss June’s, Unella’s by the Sea and Banana’s Bistro, whilst on St Kitts there’s Marshall’s at Frigate Bay, Fisherman’s Wharf in Basseterre and Spratnet in Old Road. Café des Arts on Nevis is also great for enjoying ice-cold tropical drinks whilst viewing the work of local artists.
British Airways operates twice weekly flights to St Kitts with a touchdown in Antigua in both directions. Flying time is approximately 10 hrs 15 minutes (including stop in Antigua).
The route to Nevis is generally by water taxi from St Kitts, or via Antigua with an onward flight with LIAT, Windward Island Airways or on a shared or private charter. The flight time from Antigua to Nevis is approximately 30 minutes.
All-InclusiveFormer Plantation HouseThe only original plantation house by a beachWarm, genuine staff
Ottley's Plantation Inn
Various Meal Plans AvailableFormer Plantation HouseRainforest trails reveal local wild monkeys Former 17th Century sugar estate
Montpelier Plantation & Beach
Bed & BreakfastHalf BoardStylish hilltop plantation housePrivate beach club with complimentary shuttle
Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Room OnlyVarious Meal Plans AvailableOn the BeachGreat for familiesRecently refurbished
St Kitts Carnival
Taking place in December and January, the celebration of carnival in St. Kitts is unique in many ways. The colourful displays of indigenous culture and African heritage that typify carnival in the Caribbean are combined in St Kitts with the spirit of Christmas, to create a truly memorable party, year after year.
"For us ... Nevis manages magically to blend the old and the new, to exude a delightfully old-fashioned charm as well as offering almost every modern comfort... more"
Graham Lord, The Sunday Telegraph, September 14, 2008
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