Spectacular savings in St. Kitts!

About St Kitts and Nevis

Spectacular savings in St. Kitts!

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St Kitts and Nevis invites visitors to enjoy the better of two worlds. Both volcanic islands offer lush rainforests, ruins testifying of a bygone era, a wonderful cultural heritage and true Georgian charm. The most visited is St Kitts, better suited for tourism, with all-inclusive resorts, wonderful restaurants, cultural and historical sites. Pristine beaches of various colours abound, offering a slew of water sports for practise.

A mere 3 km away, Nevis remains mostly untouched and unspoiled. Nature and sports lovers alike flock here to explore the natural surroundings, by means of mountain biking, hiking, windsurfing and deep sea fishing. Of course Nevis has its fair share of beaches, historical sights and delicious little restaurants. St Kitts and Nevis are just two gems waiting to be discovered.

  • Capital :
    Basseterre
  • Currency :
    Eastern Caribbean Dollar
  • Driver's License :
    A valid driver's license and a temporary driving permit of EC $50.00 must be purchased from the Police Department
  • Electricity :
    110V, 60Hz in hotels
  • Entry Requirements :
    A passport, valid 6 months beyond intended stay, and an ongoing or return ticket are required. It is the traveller's responsibility to check with the country’s Embassy for up-to-date information.
  • GMT Time :
    -4hr. Daylight savings time is not applied.
  • Government :
    Constitutional monarchy with Westminster-style parliament
  • Land size :
    261 km2: St Kitts 168 km2 and Nevis 93 km2
  • Language :
    English
  • National Airlines :
    none
  • Population :
    39,000 approx
  • Religion :
    Christian (Anglican, Protestant, Roman Catholic), Rastafarian and other.
  • Required Vaccines :
    none
  • Tourist Season :
    December through April
  • Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada :
    Consult the "Country Travel Advice and Advisories" of St kitts and nevis
  • Cuisine:
    The island's traditional dishes are influenced by Caribbean or Créole cuisine, full of exotic flavours and spices. A typical meal include goat water (mutton stew) served with rice and peas. Rotis (curried meat and vegetable pancakes), pelau (caramelized meat), conch chowder, souse (pickled meats), suckling pig, fresh local fish, seafood, turtle stews and curries are usually found on the menu as well. Meals are often accompanied by fried johnnycakes, rice and peas, and local vegetables, such as breadfruit, cassava, okra, pumpkins and sweet potatoes.

    Several exotic and sweet fruits are cultivated here as well, like bananas, mangoes, papayas, passion fruit and tamarinds. Baked sweets include sugar cake and guava cheese (a chewy fudge-like sweet). The Soursop's milky juice is usually processed into ice creams, sherbets and drinks. The locally produced Carib beer, rum and Cane Spirit Rothschild, made with cane sugar, are wonderful on their own or in mixed drinks.
    Terms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.

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