St. Kitts & Nevis
Paradise Beach Nevis – The ultimate oasis if you are looking to treat yourself to a luxurious vacation.
The Hamilton Beach Villas & Spa – If you will be having a longer stay in St. Kitts these villas offer spectacular kitchens for you to cook from and are located on a beautiful beach.
Montpelier Plantation & Beach – Located on St. Kitts sister island Nevis (which can be accessed by ferry) this hotel offers luxurious rooms the average traveler can afford.
SEE + DO
Romney Manor – home of Caribelle Batik you can watch first hand the fabrics being painted, and on the same property is the small botanical gardens.
Brimstone Hill Fortress – this old fortress is a UNESCO heritage site
Black Rocks – beautiful black rock formation caused by the island’s volcano erupting.
The view at Black Rocks which is just a short section of these dark rocks on the coast.
Ruins of Wingfield Estate
Wingfield Estate backs on a rain forest that has walking trails that you can hike.
Botanical gardens at Romney Manor
I had the opportunity to learn about Caribelle Batik, a fabric dying style that is made by using a wax to mask off patterns before dying the fabric with rich colors.
Completed Caribelle Batik fabrics hanging in the sun at Romney Manor.
The raised hill near the water is where Brimstone Hill Fortress is located.
En route towards Brimstone Hill.
Colorful homes in St. Kitts.
Exploring Basseterre, the capital of St. Kitts which is the best place to go shopping. While sugarcane used to be the primary source of revenue for the country, it now mostly comes tourism and few of the sugarcane field remain as they were burnt down.
The stunning road to Turtle Beach where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet.
In two days you can easily drive around the entire island of St. Kitts and take the ferry to Nevis and stop at the various attractions, but you would miss the time to relax and soak up the sun on some of the nicer beaches.