About St. Kitts & Nevis
An idyllic set of sister islands, St. Kitts and Nevis are the Caribbean’s hidden gems. With an authentic and untainted Caribbean vibe, these beautiful destinations are blessed with impressive volcanic peaks, verdant tropical rainforests and exotic flora and fauna.
The two-island nation combines beaches with elegant mountains, activities that will engage your body and a rich history that will engross your mind.
The two share a local culture that is mellow, friendly and infused with a pulsing social rhythm, and yet each has its own individual identity steeped in colonial traditions and fascinating history.
Plantation houses make the perfect context for inimitable boutique hotels and have beautifully preserved individual features, such as the flourishing botanical gardens with bathhouse and thermal springs, or the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park.
The people here are extremely friendly and hospitable, and service is exceptionally attentive. Benefit from superb championship golf courses, partake in a variety of watersports or scale Nevis Peak; the beaches on Nevis are particularly spectacular.
Expect traditional Caribbean cuisine in this sunny, colourful area of the islands: salt fish, spicy plantain, coconut dumplings and the freshest tropical fruits are among the dishes on offer.
The Best Time to Visit St. Kitts & Nevis
The high season is from December to May. The low season normally runs from mid-June to mid-November and can still be a great time to visit.
Getting to St. Kitts & Nevis
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly from London Gatwick to Antigua, with an onward ﬂight with Liat or private charter to Basseterre on St. Kitts.
British Airways fly to St. Kitts with a touch down in Antigua on the way. BA normally arrives in St. Kitts in the afternoon, so you can transfer straight to Nevis.
Total flying time is normally around 11 hours.
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