St Kitts & Nevis
Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean.
This stunning and secluded beach offers faultless waters, soft sand, and shady coconut trees. Easy going days allow visitors to enjoy the spectacular views along the way to the open aired retreat.
St. Kitts is fortunate to have a myriad of beautiful, complex ecosystems containing a range of photogenic wildlife and a whole host of things to do. St. Kitts’ Northern, Central and Southern mountain ranges are carpeted in thick rainforests supporting huge bio-diversity.
Wingfield Estate is St Kitts’ most exciting eco-adventure. Visitors will ride in a comfortable harness reaching speeds of up to 80 km an hour on a state-of-the-art cable line system atop St. Kitts’ spectacular Rainforest.
Hermitage Plantation Inn
Trail riding from the Hermitage on the southeast side of the island is a memorable experience, from the hills around Gingerland. A breathtaking ride up to Saddle Hill, the saddle-shaped mountain that British Naval Admiral Horatio Nelson used as a look-out.
A group of volunteers work at night on the beaches tagging sea turtles and collecting information about their nesting and movement. Why not join them one evening and help? Additional information is collected by the Nevis Turtle Group on morning surveys.
Scuba Diving in the sea around Nevis provides a world of possibilities with dozens of reefs, wrecks and volcanic vents to explore just minutes offshore. And what’s more? One hotel will let you dive with a chef and catch your own lobster who will then prepare it for you when you return top side.