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Discover St Kitts & Nevis

St Kitts and Nevis stand side by side with strikingly beautiful views of one another across the Narrows, a channel just two miles wide. A regular ferry service links both islands, maximising sightseeing opportunities from either. Visit, and you will find two quite different Caribbean islands, both welcoming and laid-back in classic old-Caribbean style and both blessed with sweeping sandy beaches and a championship golf course. St Kitts is the larger of the two islands, dominated by a dormant volcano, dense tropical forests and lush valleys.


St Kitts

Set in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, St. Kitts is the larger and more developed of the twin islands of St. Kitts & Nevis. A quarter of the land has been set aside as a national park making it possible to find untamed scenery in the island’s trio of mountain ranges, as well as its pristine rainforests, and exquisite uncrowded beaches. Explore the mighty Brimstone Hill Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage site built in the 1700s; hike through the rainforest to the crater rim of the volcanic Mount Liamuiga; discover the bustling capital of Basseterre; or ride the St. Kitts Scenic Railway which follows old sugar-cane tracks on a tour of the island's most spectacular scenery. 



Nevis is a remarkable island jewel nestled in the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, among the crystal-clear water of the Caribbean Sea. The cloud over the summit of Mount Nevis, which rises above the cotton plantations, rainforests and beaches inspired Columbus to name the island Nevis as it reminded him of the snow-capped mountain peaks of home. After leisurely days walking in the mountains and the old sugar plantations, enjoy the relaxed island vibe and take in the lush landscape and the views of the majestic mountainous.



St Kitts & Nevis enjoys a hot tropical climate and a warm average daytime temperature of 27°C. The dry season is traditionally considered January to May and the wet season June to November, although Anguillahas less rain than most other Caribbean islands. Hurricane season is generally June-October.

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Travel Details

You can fly direct to St Kitts with British Airways from London with a stopover in Antigua. Flying time is approximately 10 hours (with stopover). It is a short ferry ride for those travelling to Nevis.



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