St. Kitts & Nevis

This is the simple way to tick two nations off your Caribbean to-do list. Limin’ is the order of the day in St. Kitts - a brand of relaxation so special that it has its own name. If hanging out, drinking and having a good old chat are high on your agenda, then you’ve come to the right place. 

Where is St. Kitts & Nevis?

A small, dual-island nation in the eastern Caribbean Sea, this country occupies a total of 261,000,000 square metres, spread between the two islands. Specifically, Saint Kitts consists of 168,000,000 square metres and Nevis covers 93,000,000 square metres. It's considered the smallest sovereign state in the Western hemisphere in terms of both area and population.

The largest city and main port, Basseterre, is located on St. Kitts.

Twin-Island Nation

The Eastern Caribbean's charm-filled, tropical oasis

St. Kitts & Nevis is a dual-island nation in the Eastern Caribbean known for its serene natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. The country is characterised by its lush rainforests, stunning mountains, and sugar-soft sand beaches, making it a paradise for nature lovers. The islands' vibrant cultural scene is defined by preserved colonial architecture, engaging historical sites, and lively celebrations and festivals, offering an exciting Caribbean experience.

What Is There to Do in St. Kitts & Nevis?

Explore the Beaches
Discover the History and Culture
Embark on Outdoor Adventures

Explore the Beaches

From the relaxed and social, to the tranquil and secluded, St. Kitts offers a beach for every type of traveller. Whether you're keen to join in water sports, dine beachside, or simply laze and soak up the Caribbean sun, there is a sandy oasis waiting for you in St. Kitts. South Friars Bay is renowned for its calm waters, making it an ideal spot for swimming and snorkelling. It's a serene stretch of sand backed by a scattering of beach bars and restaurants, including Carambola Beach Club, a popular spot for luxury lounging. Located near Basseterre, Frigate Bay is an area that uniquely offers two different beach experiences. The South Frigate Bay is on the Caribbean side and is a buzzing social scene with beautiful calm waters, several restaurants and beach bars. The North Frigate Bay, on the Atlantic side, offers larger waves and is popular among surfers.

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