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Situated between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean is the dual island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis. Its most popular features are the beaches and mountains shrouded in clouds.

There are many more historical attractions, such as a plaza with a Victorian clock tower, Basseterre, the capital with buildings of the colonial era, and the National Park of Brimstone Hill Fortress. 

Brimstone Hill Fortress was built in the 1800s and is famous for its panoramic views of the Caribbean. Nevis is popular for its Georgian style architecture, freshwater pools, quaint museums, and palm-lined sandy beaches.

Former sugar plantations have transformed into atmospheric ruins or inns. Mount Liamuiga Volcano primarily dominates St. Kitts. It is also home to rainforests with crisscross hiking trails, green vervet monkeys, and a crater lake.

The most popular dish here is goat water stew that contains goat, green papaya, breadfruit, and dumplings served in a tomato-based stew. The other most popular dish is pelau.

Best Time to Visit St. Kitts and Nevis


May and June are the best months for honeymooning in St. Kitts and Nevis.

This is the time when hotel rates are the lowest with the intentions of luring in travelers, right when the winter crowds are thinning out.

Top Things to Do in St. Kitts and Nevis

If you find yourself in St. Kitts and Nevis for your honeymoon, here are the activities you must try:

  • Explore the rainforest
  • Ride in the sugar train
  • Whizz high on a zip line
  • Buy the Batik
  • Climb up a volcano
  • Indulge in the water fantasies
  • Get fortified
  • Luxuriate in the views
  • Explore the beauty of Nevis
  • Get in the festival mood
  • Familiarize with the locals
  • Meet the monkey
  • Experiment the rum punch.


How to Get to St. Kitts and Nevis

You may arrive in St. Kitts and opt for a taxi journey to the ferry port from the airport. The journey is short and scenic, and approximately 45 minutes long. The ferry travels twice back and forth daily. You may have to verify the time by contacting the Ministry of Communications.  You can land at the Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw International Airport and take a ferry ride from thereon.

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