St. Kitts and Nevis

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Saint Kitts and Nevis are a pair of tropical islands in the Caribbean, about one-third of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago.

Population: 51,134 people
Area: 261 km2
Highest point: 1,156 m
Coastline: 135 km
Life expectancy: 75.07 years
GDP per capita: $16,500
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  • Beach Beach
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  • Casino Casino
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  • Golf course Golf course
  • Green space Green space
  • Harbor Harbor
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  • Monument Monument
  • Museum Museum
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  • Theater Theater
  • Winery Winery

About St. Kitts and Nevis

Climate

Tropical tempered by constant sea breezes; little seasonal temperature variation; rainy season (May to November).

Activities

  • Leeward Islands Charters. Basseterre.

Food

There are many dining options in St. Kitts. Some of the popular restaurants are:

  • Sprat Net - Old Road
  • Ballahoo Restaurant. Basseterre.
  • Marshall's, Frigate Bay.
  • Chevy's Beach Bar & Grill. Pinneys Beach Nevis.
  • PJ's Bar and Restaurant. Frigate Bay.

You'll find lots of beach bars located in the Frigate Bay and South East Peninsula.

Drinks

  • Ziggy's Beach Bar.
  • Mr. X's Shiggidy Shack.
  • Lion's Beach Bar, Cockleshell Beach.
  • Chevy's Beach Bar. Pinney's Beach on Nevis.
  • Sunshine's Beach Bar and Grill. Pinney's Beach on Nevis.
  • Reggae Beach Bar and Restaurant, Cockleshell Bay.
  • Yachtsman Grill, Nelson Springs Nevis (between Four Seasons and airport),  869-469-1382. noon to 10. Idyllically located on the beach facing St. Kitts with Mt. Nevis in the background. Enveloped by lush gardens. Beach lounge chairs. $10-$40usd.

Shopping

  • Just in the Sun Boutique, Marriott Resort, Frigate Bay, St. Kitts
  • Splash Boutique, TDC Mall, Basseterre, St. Kitts.
  • Caribelle Batik.
  • [http://Island Living], e-mail: www.islandliving@sisterisles.kn. 35 steps from the anchor on the pier, Charlestown.

See also discussion of this topic under BasseTerre.

Costs

Contrary to the myth that all Caribbean countries are expensive, prices on Nevis are pretty reasonable. Fuel is expensive as it has to be imported but as the island is small you won't be using that much anyway. Many everyday products can be bought at a reasonable price and depending where you go eating out is affordable for most. Fresh food although limited in choice by American and British standards is also reasonably priced.

This article is based on Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike 3.0 Licensed text from the article Saint Kitts and Nevis on Wikivoyage.

Cities in St. Kitts and Nevis

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Basseterre is the capital city of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Interesting places:

  • Frigate Bay Beach
  • St Kitts Royal Golf Club
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Basseterre is the capital city of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Interesting places:

  • The Circus
  • Basseterre Co-Cathedral of Immaculate Conception
  • Independance Square
  • Warner Park Sporting Complex
  • Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park
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Charlestown is in Saint Kitts and Nevis

Interesting places:

  • Museum of Nevis History
  • Fort Charles
  • Four Seasons Golf Course
  • Pinney\'s Beach
  • Nevis Botanical Garden
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Nevis is the smaller of the two islands that make up the small Caribbean island nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. A former British colony, the islands became independent from Britain in 1983. St. Kitts and Nevis are separated by a 2-mile wide channel known as "The Narrows". Several ferries run every day ... (read more)

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  • Dieppe Bay Beach
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Points of Interest in St. Kitts and Nevis

Of course, with an area no larger than 261 km2, Saint Kitts and Nevis has a somewhat limited (but not absent!) array of typical sights. It's hardly a set back for visitors to these two small islands though, as they have all the enchanting natural beauty of the Caribbean.

Its strategic location made Saint Kitts a colonial hotspot and a focus point of European nations in their struggle for power over the West Indies islands. The colonial settlers rapidly expanded sugar plantations and imported African slaves, thus laying the foundations for the islands' colourful culture. Festivities, crafts and other displays of that culture are among the islands' main tourist attractions now, as are the ruins of the many plantations. The Scenic Railway, travelling on the tracks of the old sugar train railway, is a great way to see the best of them. However, nothing makes the islands' history as tangible as the impressive and well preserved remains of the Brimstone Hill Fortress. It's both a national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site and provides some stunning views over the surrounding area and even some nearby islands. Only a few ruins and some cannons remain of Fort Charles on Nevis, the fortifications of Charlestown.

Basseterre is a pleasant place and has a view sights, including St. George's Anglican Church and Indepence Square, once the site of the slave market. The impressive 1894 Old Treasury building, originally the gateway to Basseterre, is an important historic sight but also houses the National Museum with expositions on the history, identity and independence of the island.

The islands' countryside is lovely, with panoramic views of green hills covered in rain forest as well as beaches and of course the bright blue sea. The main road circling the island will take you to most points of interests, some great beaches and several villages. The hike up Mount Liamuiga, a dormant volcano on St. Kitts and the highest peak of the islands, is particularly popular and worthwhile for the great views from the top.

Diving

Diving sites are ample and gorgeous, serving both beginning and experienced divers. Of course there's a broad and colourful range of reefs and sea life to see, but also ship wrecks and caves. For beginners, the Monkey Shoals and Friars Bay Reef are good and easily reachable sites. Sandy Point is a National Marine Park for its beautiful coral heads and magnificent sea life. The Wreck of River Taw, M.V. Talata Wreck and the more recently sunk Wreck of the Corinthian are popular sites. Turtle Bar is of course famous for the many turtles that roam the site, but you'll also commonly spot them at Frigate Bay Reef. For more experienced divers, the strong currents at Nags Head are a nice challenge, and the broad range of fish at Aquarium is a good spot.

The Circus - Basseterre

Museum of Nevis History - Charlestown

Frigate Bay Beach - Frigate Bay

Dieppe Bay Beach - Dieppe Bay Town

Basseterre Co-Cathedral of Immaculate Conception - Basseterre

Independance Square - Basseterre

Warner Park Sporting Complex - Basseterre

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park - Basseterre

Basseterre Cruise Port - Basseterre

St. George\'s Anglican Church - Basseterre

Cockleshell Bay - Basseterre

Lion\'s Beach - Basseterre

South Friar\'s Beach - Basseterre

Turtle Beach - Basseterre

Fort Charles - Charlestown

Banana Bay - Basseterre

St Kitts Royal Golf Club - Frigate Bay

Four Seasons Golf Course - Charlestown

Pinney\'s Beach - Charlestown

Romney Manor - Basseterre

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