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This stunning, three-mile-long beach is one of Nevis’ best. Stretching from Charlestown along most of the island’s west coast, it offers a range of diversions, from bars, cafes, and the Four Seasons Resort to beautiful scenery and...

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Charlestown, St Kitts & Nevis

Many people are surprised to find a Jewish cemetery in Nevis; and indeed, it reveals a fascinating and little-known aspect of the island’s history. A short stroll from Charlestown’s main street, the site is a grassy area with a handful...

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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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The Village Kittitian Hill, Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
This eco-friendly property is unlike anywhere else in the Caribbean. A 400-acre working farm built within a sustainable community on Mount Liamuiga, the low-key luxury resort has St. Kitt’s requisite gingerbread trim and banana-plant...
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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...
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The ancestral home of Fanny Nisbet, who married British war hero Admiral Horatio Nelson, this former plantation is now a luxury resort, popular with luminaries from Great Britain and around the world. The plantation house, which was built in 1778,...
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Charlestown, St Kitts & Nevis
Growing right on the island, if you're lucky, you can get a hold of one of these 'tender coconuts'. Soft and sweet coconut flesh goes excellent with my family's fave-jaggery. Simple and definitely delicious.
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On a recent visit to Ital Creations, located on the Fari Organic Farm near Basseterre, the capital of St. Kitts, I sat down to a lunch of fire-roasted breadfruit topped with lentils in a green vegetable sauce. Because Ital—a Rastafarian diet—is...
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Mount Liamuiga, St Kitts & Nevis
Gregory Pereira grew up on St. Kitts, and his hiking tours include stops at old sugar plantations, hidden caves, and other secret spots. He leads strenuous all-day hikes through the rain forest up to the top of Mt. Liamuiga. When hikers reach the...
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Pinney's Beach, Charlestown, St Kitts & Nevis
Opt for the patio seats and the Caribbean Sea laps nearly up to your plantain-crusted dorado. The inventive West Indian-themed restaurant sits at the edge of the Four Seasons—which runs the place—and specializes in the kind of cocktails that go...
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Golden Rock Hotel Gingerland, Nevis, St Kitts & Nevis
Golden Rock Inn has been injected with a colorful energy by owners Helen and Brice Marden. Rooms (check out Sugar Mill) all have views of the magnificent Nevis coastline and one wakes to monkeys, birds and other animal species. Rejuvenate after a...
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New Castle, St Kitts & Nevis
Norwegians Hedda & Christian Wienpahl arrived on Nevis in 2006. Their very mellow beach bar/restaurant on Cades beach offers delectables such as seared sesame tuna, melted goat cheese on honey toast, melted brie with roasted onion toast, chicken...
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St Kitts & Nevis

Shipwreck is a classic Caribbean beach bar with umbrellas (in both the sand and the drinks), snorkeling off the shore, and live music on Sundays from “4ish to 6ish.” Don’t miss the fish tacos, claimed to be the best you’ll...

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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
Mr. Juda of Ital Creations at Fari Organic Farm (and a contributor to Belle Mont Farm’s organic efforts) has the cure for whatever ails you! Your best bet is to start with his selection of moringa juices—a plant grown in the area. There’s ginger,...
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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis
You won’t find Sidecar’s Hideout in any tourist guide. You won’t find it on any cruise ship itineraries. You won’t find it on any blogger’s top ten things to do on St. Kitts list, either. In fact, chances are you won’t find Sidecar’s Hideout at...
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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis

Perched high above the sea on the east coast of St. Kitts is Brimstone Hill, a massive stone fortress built by African slaves for the British during the 17th and 18th centuries. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the military stronghold, which took...

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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis

A combination of train and bus, this three-hour tour weaves a fascinating route past some of the island’s most historic sights. Constructed from 1912 to 1926, the rail system originally carried sugar from St. Kitts’ estates to the...

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Wigley Ave, Fortlands PO Box 65, Basseterre, ., Brumaire, St Kitts & Nevis

Set on the water just outside the center of Basseterre, this breezy eatery is a favorite dinner spot for locals and tourists alike. The open kitchen grills freshly caught fish, spiny lobster, and steaks to order, and hosts a popular Friday night...

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Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis

Local is the ethos at The Craft House. Commissioned by the government in 1982, the store offers a dizzying array of hand-crafted products, though the dolls, straw work, pottery, and leather goods are the best bets. No matter what you choose, you...

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Old Road Town, Basseterre, St Kitts & Nevis

The ancient art of wax-resist dyeing reaches a whole new level at Caribelle Batik, located on Romney Manor. At the factory, you can watch artists as they boil hues, apply wax, and dye fabrics, creating the brightly colored, intricately patterned...

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St Kitts & Nevis

When it comes to beach bars, it doesn’t get much better than this open-air spot on picturesque Cockleshell Bay. During the day, guests can take advantage of lounge chairs, beach volleyball nets, and snorkeling gear rentals. Friday nights...

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Bay Rd, St Kitts & Nevis

Join the locals under the tin roof at Public Market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings to browse island-fresh produce and just-caught fish. While this isn’t a straw market (which is more likely to have handicrafts and souvenirs), you may...

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House in a restored colonial building, Spencer Cameron Gallery, which is helmed by expat painter Rosey Cameron Smith, sells a mix of art work (sculpture, paintings, blown glass), plus reproductions of island charts and maps. For a...