St. Kitts & Nevis Vacations
Overflowing with magnificent natural wonders, the tiny dual-island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea as the smallest sovereign state in the western hemisphere.
The island is alive with nature’s bounty and vibrant wildlife. From the breathtaking National Park and Crater Lake to the magnificent coral beds, myriad species of birds and green vervet monkeys, St. Kitts engages all the senses.
Featured St. Kitts & Nevis Hotel
Wisdom says you should never look down when climbing or ziplining across cliffs, but on St. Kitts, it would be such a shame to miss all the remarkable sights below as you glide through the rainforest.
Nevis provides the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern life with its luxury resorts and championship golf courses amid heavenly blue skies, world-famous beaches, and endless horizons.
This two-island paradise provides double the action and relaxation in one altogether enchanting Caribbean vacation.
What To Do
Zipline across a rainforest on St. Kitts.
Visit the Museum of Nevis History, which also houses some significant American history. Back in 1757, the two-story Georgian style building in Charlestown was the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
See St. Kitts’ impressive Brimstone Hill Fortress, nicknamed the “Gibraltar of the West Indies,“ one of the largest forts in the Caribbean. The fort was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999.
Stroll the grounds of the newly created Botanical Garden on Nevis.
View St. Thomas' Lowland Church, the first Anglican Church in the Caribbean, and the oldest church on Nevis, constructed in 1643.
Hike amid St. Kitt’s lush National Forest Reserve, preserving one of the rarest types of rainforests on the planet.
Tour the island’s beautiful landscape via four-wheel drive.
Play a round of golf on the 18-hole championship Royal St. Kitts golf course, which features two holes bordering the Caribbean Sea and three overlooking the mighty Atlantic Ocean.
Swim along the four-mile-long, reef-protected Pinney’s Beach on Nevis near Charlestown.
Observe the circle of life as you watch critically endangered leatherback, hawksbill and green sea turtles prepare their nests at night on St. Kitts.