St. Kitts

St. Kitts has limited shopping, but several duty-free shops offer good deals on jewelry, perfume, china, and crystal. Numerous galleries sell excellent paintings and sculptures. The batik fabrics, scarves, caftans, and wall hangings of Caribelle Batik are well known. British expat Kate Spencer is an artist who has lived on the island for years, reproducing its vibrant colors on everything from silk pareus (beach wraps) and scarves to note cards. Other good island buys include crafts, jams, and herbal teas. Don't forget to pick up some CSR (Cane Spirit Rothschild), which is distilled from fresh wild sugarcane right on St. Kitts. The Brinley Gold Company has made a splash among spirits connoisseurs with its coffee, mango, coconut, lime, and vanilla rums (there is a tasting room at Port Zante).

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  • 1. All Kind of Tings


    All Kind of Tings, a peppermint-pink edifice on Liverpool Row at College Street Ghaut, functions as a de facto vendors' market, where several...Read More

  • 2. Caribelle Batik


    Caribelle Batik sells gloriously colored batik wraps, kimonos, caftans, T-shirts, dresses, wall hangings, and the like; you can watch the process...Read More

  • 3. Crafthouse


    The Crafthouse is one of the best sources for local dolls, wood carvings, and straw work. ...Read More

  • 4. Palms Court Gardens

    Shopping Centers/Malls

    Talk about multitasking: this little oasis offers a restaurant, an infinity pool and hot tub with bay views, miniature botanical gardens, and...Read More

  • 5. Pelican Mall


    This shopping arcade, designed to look like a traditional Caribbean street, has more than 20 stores (purveying mostly resort wear, souvenirs...Read More

  • 6. Port Zante Mall


    Directly behind Pelican Mall, on the waterfront, is Port Zante, the deepwater cruise-ship pier where a much-delayed upscale shopping–dining...Read More

  • 7. Shoreline Plaza


    Shoreline Plaza is next to the Treasury Building, right on Basseterre's waterfront. The shops mainly sell locally made souvenirs and handicrafts...Read More

  • 8. Spencer Cameron Art Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Spencer Cameron Art Gallery has historical reproductions of Caribbean island charts and prints, in addition to owner Rosey Cameron's popular...Read More

  • 9. TDC Mall


    TDC Mall is just off the Circus in downtown, with a few boutiques, selling mostly island wear. ...Read More

  • 10. Booyork Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Booyork Gallery is the atelier of Dennis Richards, who works in a remarkable range of media from pastels to papier-mâché, ceramics to collages...Read More

  • 11. Glass Island


    Glass Island sells frames, earrings, and handblown glass vases, bowls, and plates in sinuous shapes and seductive colors. ...Read More

  • 12. Island Hopper


    This is a good place for island crafts, especially wood carvings, pottery, textiles, and colorful resort wear, as well as humorous T-shirts...Read More

  • 13. Kate Design


    This boutique showcases the highly individual style of Kate Spencer, whose brilliantly colored original paintings, serigraphs, note cards, and...Read More

  • 14. Potter's House


    The atelier of Carla Astaphan celebrates Afro-Caribbean heritage with beautifully glazed ceramics and masks, and also carries marvelous Haitian...Read More

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