Best Things to Do in St. Kitts & Nevis
Trying to figure out a way to distinguish your St. Kitts and Nevis trip from other Caribbean spots? We have two words for you: black sand. For some of the most distinctive, check out the shore along Pump Bay or Belle Tete on St. Kitts. Of the two islands, St. Kitts is also where you'll find the most activities away from the shore (including tours of the historic Brimstone Fortress and several golf courses). Quiet Nevis is better known for its beaches, including the famous Pinney's and clear water snorkeling at Oualie.
Why go: This "Gibraltar of the West Indies" should be included on one day's itinerary for ... read more»
Why go: Try correctly pronouncing the name of this beach ("wah-lee") before you start enjoying the free-flowing ... read more»
Why go: On Nevis' west edge, north of Charlestown, lies one of the most talked about beaches ... read more»
Why go: Are you looking for a serene, relaxing beach? Then avoid Frigate Bay at all costs ... read more»
Why go: The par-71 Royal St. Kitts Golf Club has 10 water hazards, 80 bunkers and stretches ... read more»
Why go: You'll find Conaree on St. Kitts' eastern side close to Basseterre; it's identifiable ... read more»