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St. Kitts in Five Easy Steps

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The Caribbean island of St. Kitts packs a lot into a small package—at 64 square miles, it could fit within the District of Columbia (with room to spare), and with its neighbor, Nevis, it’s the hemisphere’s smallest country. Still, this latecomer to tourism abounds in natural wonders, vibrant culture, and a unique, unspoiled authenticity. For the experiential traveler looking for a sophisticated, island destination, St. Kitts should be at the top of every must-visit list.
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Ottley's Village, Basseterre ., St Kitts & Nevis
This hotel is under new management and currently closed for renovations.

Ottley’s Plantation Inn isn’t on the beach—a complimentary shuttle takes guests to Basseterre and its neighboring beaches—but you’ll hardly...
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St Kitts & Nevis
Dining in a beach chair—or at least a chair by the beach—is an essential part of the experience at Spice Mill Restaurant, which looks directly across the water to St. Kitts’ sister island of Nevis. The menu here journeys across...
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Frigate Bay, St Kitts & Nevis
A collection of rambling beach bars, The Strip on South Frigate Bay is the best “lime” on St. Kitts—a beach bash by day that transitions to an open-air dance party, moveable feast, and pub crawl by night. The area is within walking distance of the...
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Sandy Point Town, St Kitts & Nevis
The history of St. Kitts is long and colorful, and often tumultuous too. The first settlers arrived nearly 5,000 years ago, while the first European to identify the island was none other than Christopher Columbus, on his second voyage in 1493....
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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
If you’re tired of the same old souvenir T-shirts, you’ll want to visit the Amina Craft Market. Perfectly positioned to attract cruise ship passengers coming ashore at Port Zante in Basseterre, the market features pastel-pink stalls hung with...