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The Quintessential Caribbean offering, an intoxicating combination of ecological wonders, genuine hospitality, heritage and cultural experiences.


Unspoilt St Kitts offers today’s adventure traveller a wealth of natural, cultural and historical attractions just waiting to be discovered.


Embodying spectacular landscapes and stunning coastlines, the island is renowned for its excellent preservation of its ecosystems, most famously its expanding rainforest, while imposing icons such as Brimstone Hill Fortress and National Park, together with the scenic railway, are a legacy from the sugar era offering memorable experiences for the visitor.


With warm weather, miles of beaches and turquoise waters, there are plenty of outdoor adventures from zip lining to quad-biking; hiking to horse-riding while a range of watersports combine skydiving and sailing with snorkelling or diving.


There is plenty of relaxation too, with time to enjoy a mixture of local or international cuisine at top restaurants or soak up the island’s culture at beach bars.


Music and culture are the lifeblood of Kittitian life with events ranging from the St. Kitts Music Festival in June to Carnival in December, blending the spirit of Christmas with local culture, pageants and folklore.


Visitors can also access expert information ‘on the go’ with the free Telegraph Travel App to St. Kitts. Find it here

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  • Music Festival - held in June and the most diversified musical show in the Caribbean by blending rich exciting music with exhilarating performances.
  • Carnival - an extravaganza of calypso, pageants, soca, street jamming, parades and folklore presentations held in December.


British Airways

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Regional services into St. Kitts are operated by LIAT, Rainbow International Airlines, Seaborne Airlines, Trans Anguilla and Winair.


More information in the Guide to the Caribbean (pages 56-57).


Many cruise lines include St. Kitts on their Caribbean itineraries. More details will follow shortly.


St. Kitts offers a wider range of accommodation options. More details will follow shortly.

Tour Ops

Fourteen CTO-member tour operators serve St. Kitts. See pages 58-59 of the Guide to the Caribbean.


Day 1: Setting the scene with champagne and fine dining at Ottley’s Plantation Inn
Day 2: A leisurely massage in the rainforest setting of Ottley’s Spa
Day 3: Connecting with authentic St. Kitts, discovering history and culture at Brimstone Hill Fortress and Caribelle Batik; enjoying the vibe at Shiggidy Shack Beach Bar.
Day 4: A day enjoying watersports at Cockleshell Bay, followed by more food appreciation at The Pavilion Beach Club
Day 5: Time to hit the Saturday market for local crafts
Day 6: Relaxation – indulging on a catamaran trip to Nevis
Day 7: A sumptuous meal at Spice Mill, a beautiful setting which pays homage to the original Amerindian inhabitants.

Jackie Michael, MD, Holidays To Feed Your Soul