St. Kitts

St. Kitts

St. Kitts man on Mocko-Jumpies welcomes you at the port; credit SKTA

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History
By the time the Englishman Thomas Warner arrived with fourteen other settlers in 1624 to found the first non-Spanish European colony in the Caribbean, the island was known as St. Christopher’s — known for its abundant forests … More

Beaches
The best beaches adorn its southeast peninsula and have pristine sands, sheltered waters and fine views of nearby Nevis. Cockleshell Bay is the most popular but never feels overcrowded, with a good choice of bars and watersports … More

Carnival
From Boxing Day after Christmas, through its conclusion just after the New Year, St. Kitts Carnival is a colorful display of jubilant pageantry. Carnival here is different. An engaging experience for residents and visitors alike … More

Attractions
As the cheerfully-painted trains scurries around the coast, a Kittitian choir in traditional dress serenades passengers on this narrow gauge track originally built to transport sugar cane … More

Liming with Locals
Get your island groove on. Catch the Caribbean vibe and ‘lime’ with the people at the places they frequent. Check out these marvelous local hot spots … More

Travel Tips
The major holidays are New Year’s Day, Carnival Day, Good Friday, Easter, Easter Monday, May Day, Whit Monday, Queen’s Birthday, August Monday … More

St. Kitts lobster & wine

St. Kitts lobster & wine; credit SKTA




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