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  3. The islands of St. Kitts and Nevis may be small, but these oases in the Caribbean are packed with exciting opportunities for travellers from around the world. The islands that were formed by volcanoes are covered with lush, beautiful rainforests that are teeming with wildlife.

    St. Kitts and Nevis run on tourism, so every traveller who ends up on one of the beautiful islands is sure to treated like royalty. The islands are known for their natural wonders that can be explored on a variety of guided tours, but travellers who just want to take a break from it all have the option to stretch out on the golden sands of the abundant beaches on the islands.

    St. Kitts harks back to a simpler time. Although buildings in the capital city of Basseterre are started to be updated, much of the architecture throughout the city is highlighted by its Georgian style and peeling paint. The charm of St. Kitts and Nevis cannot be denied by travellers.

  5. There is something for everyone who plans a trip to St. Kitts and Nevis. The soft sand and brilliant blue waters of South Friar's Beach make it a favourite of locals in St. Kitts. Restaurants near the beach offer everything from charming, rustic pubs to elegant fine dining.

    Majestic mountains are not just a sight to see on St. Kitts and Nevis. Nevis Peak, a dormant volcano, offers adventure seekers a thrilling climb. The sweeping views of the island that can be glimpsed from the summit make the steep climb worth the effort. Climbing Nevis Peak is not for the faint of heart, but tough travellers can make it all the way to the top with an experienced tour guide.

    How many people get to ride a double-decker train that winds its way through emerald fields that are dotted with plantation houses and mills that have long since been abandoned? The Sugar Train in St. Kitts offers this unique experience for visitors of all ages.

    A scenic horseback ride on the beaches of Nevis offers a visitors a chance to try something new in an amazing setting. Guides are used to taking it slow with first-time riders, so there's no need for travellers to have experience in the saddle.


  6. Best Time To Visit: 

    Temperatures throughout the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis hover just over 25 degrees. Low humidity made possible by windy weather make the islands pleasant for outdoor activities all year.

    Busy season starts in December and ends in April. Travellers flock to St. Kitts and Nevis during Carnival, a festival that runs from mid-December to mid-January. The experience is outstanding, but hotels must be booked a minimum of six months in advance to visit during busy season.

    Reasonable hotel rates, a lull in the crowds and gorgeous weather can all be enjoyed during November. Winter months are most popular in St. Kitts and Nevis, so the lowest rates can be found in the summer. However, summer brings hurricane season. Travellers should be prepared to be stuck in a hotel room if they opt for the low prices and thinned-out crowds in August and September.


    St Kitts & Nevis

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