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Plan Your St. Kitts and Nevis Vacation

These idyllic sister islands, 2 miles (3 km) apart at their closest point, offer visitors a relatively authentic island experience. Both have luxuriant mountain rain forests; uncrowded beaches; historic ruins; towering, long-dormant volcanoes; charming if slightly dilapidated Georgian capitals in Basseterre (St. Kitts) and Charlestown (Nevis); intact cultural heritage; friendly if shy people; and restored, 18th-century sugar plantation inns run by elegant, if sometimes eccentric, expatriate owners.


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Top Reasons To Go

  1. History Both St. Kitts and Nevis are steeped in history; Brimstone Hill Fortress is a man-made UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  2. Luxury Luxurious, restored plantation inns can be found on both islands.
  3. Landscape Both islands have extinct volcanoes and luxuriant rain forests ideal for hikes, as well as fine diving and snorkeling sites.
  4. Unspoiled You'll find less development—particularly on Nevis—and more cordial and courteous islanders than on more touristy islands.
  5. Water Activities Both islands feature aquatic activities aplenty, with fine sailing, deep-sea fishing, diving (especially off St. Kitts), and windsurfing (especially around Nevis).

When To Go

When to Go

The high season is relatively short, starting in mid-December and stretching into early or mid-April. The shoulder season (roughly April to...

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