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St Kitts 360 Island Sightseeing Tour
"To have a 360 degree experience of St Kitts and discover the jewel of the Caribbean from a natural cultural historical and contemporary standpoint.In the heart of Basseterre you will see the former slave market surrounded by some of the best preserved British and French colonial architecture in the entire Caribbean. As you journey West from Basseterre you will pass the Cenotaph - a memorial to St Kitts' sons who served in both of the World Wars. Next you will visit the Fort lands area previously home to a garrison that now houses elegant restaurants a boutique hotel private homes
From $90.00
 
St Kitts Sightseeing Tour to Brimstone Hill Fortress with Beach Visit
"You will be picked up at your hotel or from Port Zante in an air-conditioned van or open-air safari which will take on a journey through the streets of Basseterre which boasts the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the Caribbean. The Cir formally known as the Berkeley Memorial is modeled after the Piccadilly Circus in London England. The green clock tower is a historic focal point of the bustling commercial financial and trading activity of the island’s capital. Journey to Independence Square formerly known as Pall Mall Square the former Slave Market. Heading North
From $68.00
 
St Kitts ATV Adventure and Beach Tour
"After morning pickup from selected St Kitts hotels arrive at the ATV shop where your expert guide provides you with a safety briefing all equipment and a lesson on driving your ATV. Once you’re comfortable with the ATV strap on your goggles and helmet rev your engine and start your off-road adventure! Along the way
From $135.00

Most Viewed Warnings and Dangers in Saint Kitts and Nevis

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Strong currents!

On the Island of Saint Kitts there are many fantastic beaches. But you should exercise caution if you are swimming on the Atlantic side. The currents are strong and in some spots it is dangerously...
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Don't rent a scooter.

If you visit Saint Kitts you might be tempted to rent a scooter and buzz around the island. But I would highly advice against it. It is not the cost or any rip off, it is DANGEROUS! The roads are not...
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Local Scams run rampant

The locals understand that tourism is a vital factor in the success of their country so they will do whatever it takes to make money from them. They will rub "aloe vera" on you on the beach before...
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Train Trouble

This is very old equipment. Sometimes the train doesn't run because it has broken down. Our table partners hadn't signed up for this expedition because they were afraid that the train wasn't running....
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Spiders, etc

Check your shoes before putting them on, and check your bed before climbing in. A friend recently was "greeted" and bitten by a large spider. There are other creepy crawlies as well as a poisonous...
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Money grubbers

Many people are poor so they are not afraid to come right up to you and ask for money. Or they will offer to wash your car for money, they use dirty water and don't finish the job. Don't give them...
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Jellyfish and other stinging...

Jellyfish and other stinging oceanlife. Take a small container of meat tenderizer with you when you go to the beach. Don't put ice on stings, use heat if you can immerse the area in a warm bath. Put...
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Make sure your sliding door is...

Make sure your sliding door is locked at night and when you're out at nigh,t go with friends and be aware of your surroundings like anywhere else. Oh, did I mention the little green monkeys...
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Beware of cabs!! They will try...

Beware of cabs!! They will try to rip you off! It is not that they are expensive but also they will try to be with you as long as possible to charge you a lot!I just wanted to go Downtown from the...
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Islanders in general pretty...

Islanders in general pretty friendly...but crime seems to be making its way there as well (but I haven't been there since 1994..could be different either way). A couple staying at our hotel left a...
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Watch your head

Watch out for the monkeys in the trees. They won't hurt you but they may drop a mango on your head. They pick one and if they don't like the looks of it they throw it on the ground.
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Popular Cities in Saint Kitts and Nevis

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Basseterre

Saint George Basseterre
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Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis
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Top Hotels in Saint Kitts and Nevis

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Village Po Box 345, BASSETERRE, KN
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St James Parish, Newcastle, St. Kitts and Nevis, 0
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Po Box 493, Gingerland, KN
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Wigley Avenue St Kitts And Nevis
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Top Things to Do in Saint Kitts and Nevis

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St. Kitts Scenic Railway

The narrow gauge train goes all the way around the island, but it takes a good bit of time (like 4 or more hours) to do that, so they split the trip into two parts. One group gets on the train at the...
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Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park

My wife and I had the pleasure of touring the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park during our visit to St. Kitts. The Fortress itself was a highlight of the tour and is also an UNESCO World Heritage...
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Independence Square

We walked along to Independence Square. There was a St. Kitts Tourism Authority sign in three languages (English, French and Spanish) at the corner (photo 2). It said: In 1834, this 3 acre area,...
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Cathedral of Immaculate Conception

In the early stages of the French occupation of Basseterre, a Roman Catholic church was erected in the town by the Jesuits and dedicated to Our Lady. Notre Dame was burnt to the ground in 1706 during...
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The National Museum of St. Kitts

We walked past the Old Treasury Building from 1894, which now houses a museum. The museum entrance fee was $2, but we didn't go in. The present building was completed in 1894, replacing a wooden...
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Top 5 Saint Kitts and Nevis Writers

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kyoub

"Nevis"
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cjg1

"A New Favorite"
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Stephen-KarenConn

"St. Kitts: Paradise Found"
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Pieter11

"Saint Kitts and Nevis: an easy-going twin"
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grandmaR

"Formerly a Sugar Island"
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