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Dive Into St. Kitts & Nevis

In the brilliant blue seas that surround it, you’ll find massive coral reefs and brightly colored fish. It’s a tropical wonderland where you can hike a volcano, dive in new and untouched sites and sail around the island. St. Kitts & Nevis isn’t packed with big resorts, so it’s not overly crowded, and you truly feel like a part of the culture. Watching a cricket match will let you mix with locals as you cheer on their favorite team. People who visit St. Kitts & Nevis fall in love with this quiet hideaway. The island life will capture your heart and lure you back to visit.

St. Kitts & Nevis Overview

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    St. Kitts’ Majestic Mountain

    No matter where you find yourself on the island, you can't miss the massive 3,792 ft. dormant volcano, Mt. Liamuiga. A hot spot for adventurists and casual-tourist alike, Mt. Liamuiga is the perfect place to stretch your legs and take advantage of unparalleled views of the island. Along the way, take time to smell the roses by admiring the mountain's gorgeous flowers, trees and wildlife. If you're lucky, you may even get a chance to see St. Kitts' vervet monkeys. Once you reach the top, you'll get a chance to explore parts of the crater for an insider's view of one of Mother Nature's most powerful geological forces.

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    Riding through St. Kitts

    St. Kitts is a gorgeous treasure that you'll want to experience as much of the island as you can. Seeing the gorgeous rain forests with a local guide is one of the best ways to discover what this quiet Caribbean island has to offer. The landscape is unspoiled, filled with tropical rainforests, rolling hills, mountains, valleys and plains. Taking a jeep tour of this stunning island will make you appreciate its charm and see why it’s one of the Caribbean’s best kept secrets.

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    Lounging on the Bay

    St. Kitts' most famous attraction is the crystal blue water. Diving on St. Kitts is ideal for both wreck and reef divers who are looking for remote underwater locales to explore. Local dive operators are ecology-minded and continue to protect the reefs. Most sites are within a short boat ride from shore. The St. Kitts hot spot, Frigate Bay, is packed with lots of water sports for you to explore. You’ll want to stay on the southeastern Caribbean side if you want to spend some time snorkeling, windsurfing or swimming. This side of the bay lets you lounge on the sand with coconut palms swaying overhead. It's the perfect place to experience the laid-back island life. However, if you want a change of scenery, a short stroll will take you over to the Atlantic side of Frigate Bay where you’ll see stronger tides and lush scenery, so grab a Mai Tai and soak up paradise!

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    Sister Island Adventure

    St. Kitts’ sister island Nevis is a short ferry ride away. Like St. Kitts, this island is filled with lots of history, beautiful landscapes and many different beaches to visit. You can also tour some gorgeous sugar mill plantations, some with hiking trails and beautiful gardens. If you're there on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, check out the open-air market in Charleston. It will be well-worth your time to take a day and explore what this tiny island has to offer.

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    Happy Trails to You!

    The island of Nevis has several hikes and trails you can take, some with tour guides and some you can take on your own. At the Golden Rock Plantation Inn, there’s a trail that leads you through tropical foliage, picturesque grounds and forest plants and flowers. The hike isn’t too challenging, so even an inexperienced hiker will enjoy the trail. For those who are ready for a challenge, you can hike up Mt. Nevis. You’ll want a guide for this trek up the dormant volcano. And your tour guide can tell you about the variety of flora and fauna, as well as some history of the island along the way.

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    A Historic Stay

    Nevis is home to five historic plantations that are now restored inns. Visiting one of the inns gives you an up close look at the history of the once booming sugar trade. The plantations are nestled into the hills of Nevis, so you’ll be surrounded by lush tropical foliage, acres of land you can roam and unparalleled views of Nevis. When you stop by one of the plantations, you can have lunch, dinner or a drink while you enjoy the views.

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    Discover the Deep Blue Seas

    Getting out and discovering Nevis from its bright blue waters will be a great way to spend time on your vacation. For one, the ocean that surrounds Nevis is filled with reefs, brightly colored fish and shipwrecks that snorkelers and divers will love exploring. Because the island isn't overly populated with tourists, the reefs are largely untouched, but there is more to do on this tiny island. If you want to spend some time fishing, the seas teem with mahi-mahi, blue marlin, yellow and black fin tuna and many more. You can also spend the day sailing, windsurfing or taking yacht tours around the island.

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    Off to the Market

    One of the great things about vacationing in Nevis is how easy it is to really experience the entire island. Walking end to end in the town Charleston will take you about 15 minutes. Charleston is full of rich history. It's where Alexander Hamilton was born. You'll love walking around and checking out the architecture and detail of the buildings. One of the highlights of Charlestown is the fresh market in the center of town, and you can see the hub of activity on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Here you can find Caribbean-raised produce, homemade hot sauces and freshly grown spices. It’s fun talking, sharing and sampling the fresh ingredients with the locals.

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    St. Kitts Quick Facts

    Language: English is the official language.

     

    Currency: East Caribbean Dollar and US Bills are accepted by most stores (no coins).

     

    Electricity: 110v

     

    Passport/Immigration: All U.S. citizens must have a valid passport when traveling to and from St. Kitts & Nevis.

     

    Drinking Water: Drink only bottled or boiled water.

     

    Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (UTC/GMT -4 hours)

     

    Peak Season: Mid-December – mid-April

Things to Do in St. Kitts & Nevis

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    Blue Water Snorkel Cruise & Lunch

    Enjoy a leisurely cruise as you observe majestic hills and mountains, beach villas and deserted beaches along the Caribbean coastline. The boat will drop anchor at the backdrop of the hills at the southeast peninsula where you may observe monkeys, goats and birds perched on rocks, followed by snorkeling in the calm blue waters. A sumptuous lunch of chicken, or tuna salad, rolls, tomatoes, lettuce and olives will be followed by potato chips and banana bread. An open bar will also be available. Don't miss out!

     

    Included:

    • Lunch and open bar
    • Snorkel equipment

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Towel
    • Sunblock
    • Bathing suit
    • Beach cover-up
    • Comfortable shoes with gripping soles
    • Camera

     

    Hours: 9:30AM, tour lasts about 4 hours.

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    Catamaran Party Cruise

    Party along the ocean aboard a giant 52' catamaran conveniently equipped with an open bar and jammin' tunes. There's free equipment onboard, so stop to snorkel before sailing away to the sister island Nevis, where a barbecue lunch will await you. Spend a couple of hours on the beach before cruising along the coast back to St. Kitts.

     

    Included:

    • Snorkel stop
    • Pinney Beach stop
    • BBQ lunch- chicken, hot dogs, rolls, salads
    • Full open bar- water, soft drinks, beer, rum punch, fruit punch

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Towel
    • Sunblock
    • Bathing suit
    • Beach cover-up
    • Comfortable shoes with gripping soles
    • Camera

     

    Hours: Non-scheduled and to be confirmed upon arrival. 9:00AM available. Duration is 7.5 hours. 

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    Deep Sea Fishing

    Holy mackerel! You've got a chance to catch your dinner on this tour. After departing from Port Zante, you'll sail toward the southeast end of the island where the fish are abundant. With snapper, kingfish, barracuda and so much more, kick back with a cocktail and cast your fishing pole into the deep sea and see what you'll catch.

     

    Included:

    • Tour guide
    • Light refreshments
    • Fishing equipment
    • Transportation

     

    Not Included:

    • Meals/snacks

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera

     

    Hours: Daily, 7:30AM-noon & 2:30PM-5:30PM. Duration is 3.5 hours.

     

    Additional Information: Wear casual clothing

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    Horseback Rainforest

    Saddle up for this journey! As you ride along the trails through the lush rainforest, make sure your horse doesn't gallop too quickly because you won't want to miss the sights you're seeing on this horseback riding adventure. Your tour guide will lead you over gentle sloping hills, through forests bursting with natural vegetation and take you to the nearest watering hole to grab some cold drinks after your ride.

     

    Included:

    • Soft drinks & beer

     

    Not Included:

    • Meals/snacks

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Water
    • Sunblock

     

    Hours: Monday-Saturday, 8:45AM. Tour lasts 3.5 hours.

     

    Where to Go: N/A

     

    Age Restrictions: Child must be sharing with adult.

     

    Additional Information: Dress Code: Casual- Long pants, T-shirt

  • Island Tour

    Grab your comfortable shoes and set out on this adventurous tour of St. Kitts as you learn first-hand knowledge and history of the beautiful island. The scenic coastal road through Basseterre will lead you to Romney Manor, the home of the Caribelle Batik at Old Road. Then, head on up to Brimstone Hill, a beautiful fortress that portrays the history of the Spanish, French, Amerindians, Caribs and more. Pass through Dieppe Bay, where the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea meet at the scenic Black Rocks. Tune up your camera because these pictures will last a lifetime.

     

    Included:

    • Basseterre (the city)
    • Caribelle Batik
    • Brimstone Hill
    • Black Rocks

     

    Not Included:

    • Brimstone Hill entrance fee
    • Meals/snacks
    • Beverages

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Comfortable walking shoes

     

    Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM & 1:30 PM. Duration is 3.5 hours.

     

    Additional Information: Confirm days and times of departure after booking as they occasionally do change.

     

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Kayak & Snorkeling

    Come join us for a great adventure. Your guide will lead you along the coast in tandem kayaks over shallow waters teaming with fish. Your tour will lead you past the famous Pelican Rocks. Sit back and watch these dive bombers come in for a feed of small sprat minnows. Another area will allow you to experience the beauty as you kayak along the Southeast scenic coast by steep cliffs and remote bays. Here you can also observe some of our wildlife such as Cormorants, Frigate Birds and mountain goats. The tour guide will show you some steep rugged coastline as your 45 minute coastal paddle finishes. Enjoy some snorkeling at the beginning or ending of the tour where you will see a variety of sea creatures and fish such as Blue Parrots, Yellow Tangs, Damsel and many types of wrasses. Hawksbill and Greenback Turtles are also a beauty whilst enjoying the underwater world, if you are lucky.

     

    Included:

    • Light refreshments served after the tour

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Towel
    • Sunblock
    • Bathing suit
    • Beach cover-up
    • Comfortable shoes with gripping soles
    • Camera

     

    Hours: Non-scheduled and to be confirmed upon arrival. 9:00AM available. Duration is 7 hours.

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    Nevis Island

    Enjoy the charm of Queen City our sister island of Nevis. Your tour begins with a 45 minute ferry transfer and upon arrival you will be met by your tour guide. Places such as the Old Bath House with its famous thermal bath spring will be introduced to you. You will visit the Horatio Nelson Museum,the Lord Horatio Nelsons Museum (Alexander Hamilton birthplace) and St. Johns Anglican Church (the church of Lord Nelson and Fanny Nisbet's marriage). The tour guide will then introduce you to the charming plantation inns/hotels, which belonged to the Aristocrats in the 1700s. These are now comfortable and luxurious inns/hotels enjoyed by Nevisians and visitors alike. A visit to the Botanical Gardens is not to be missed either. 

    Included:

    • Tour of the city

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Camera

     

    Hours: 9:00AM - tour lasts 4.5 hours.

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    Rainforest Tour - Half Day (Drive)

    The drive rainforest tour is catered to individuals who may have difficulty walking long distances. This tour takes you 1500ft above the Wingfield Mountain National Park. This section of beautiful rainforest will certainly appeal to nature lovers where the guide will introduce you to different plants and birds and how such wildlife becomes important to our forestry development. While driving amongst this lush area, you will enter into our seasonal Mango Orchard. On this drive you will see old ruins from an 18th century plantation at Wingfield Estate as well as the only visible aqueduct in the Lesser Antilles. This tour allows for you to appreciate nature and history at the same time. 

     

    Included:

    • Local drinks and pastries served.

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera

     

    Hours: 8:30am & 1:30pm - tour lasts 3.5 hours

     

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    Rainforest Tour - Half Day (Walk)

    Not up for trekking through the entire rainforest? Then sign up for just the best part! Experience a shorter journey through a beautiful section of the St. Kitts rainforest. Let the tour guide introduce you to medicinal plants/trees such as Black Sage and Sour Sop and learn about the abundance of lush flora. In rainy season, listen to the sounds of birds chirping and monkeys chattering in Wingfield River. Do some chitchatting of your own with your nature enthusiast buddies over local drinks and pastries after the tour.

     

    Included:

    • Local drinks and pastries served

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Water
    • Sunblock

     

    Hours: Daily, 8:30AM & 1:30PM. Duration is 3.5 hours.

     

    Additional Information: Dress Code: Casual, shorts, t-shirt

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    Sky Safaris Zipline Tour - Fly and Walk with River Walk

    For two hours and ten minutes, your tour includes flying on Line 1 followed by a short off road drive up to Line 3, where you'll get to fly Line 3 & 4. After landing Line 4, you'll take an easy walk down the river to the natural running pool.

     

    Included:

    • Zipline adventure

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable, sturdy clothing and shoes

     

    Hours: 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:30PM & 3:00PM - times are subject to change. Tour lasts 3 hours.

     

    Where to Go: N/A

     

    Age Restrictions & Other Restrictions: Must be 12+ years old. Cannot fly pregnant, with a heart condition, neck/spine injuries or other serious medical conditions. Max weight is 275 lbs (min 70lbs).

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    Sky Safaris Zipline Tour - Full Tour

    This is a 2.5 hour tour that gives a full exploration of all five lines. You will begin your journey on line 1 (the Monkey Trainer) where you will be given a detailed orientation of our complete system. After flying line 1, you will embark on a short off-road drive where you will then fly our next three lines; 2 (The Boss), 3 (Mango Tango), & 4 (Brimstone Blast) over 250ft above the valley floor and ranges from 500 ft - 1350ft in length. A short walk downhill will take you to line 5 where you fly to a natural river running pool for the opportunity to cool down.

     

    Included:

    • Zipline adventure

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Comfortable, sturdy clothing and shoes

     

    Hours: 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 1:30PM & 3:00PM - times are subject to change. Tour lasts 3 hours.

     

    Where to Go:

    • N/A

     

    Age Restrictions & Other Restrictions: Must be 12+ years old. Cannot fly pregnant, with a heart condition, neck/spine injuries or other serious medical conditions. Max weight is 275 lbs (min 70lbs).

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    St. Kitts Panorama Tour

    The way to see St. Kitts with a difference. You'll visit the Botanical Gardens of the Romney Manor, the edge of the rainforest, the National Park of Wingfield and Lambert Estate ruins where the remains of old sugar mills machinery date back to the 1700s. A scenic drive towards the majestic hills of the Southeast Peninsula allows you upon arrival to take a short stroll on the beach along the edge of the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Drinks are served prior to end of tour.

     

    Included:

    • Tour
    • Drinks

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring: 

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Camera

     

    Hours: 9:00AM and 1:30PM - tour lasts 3.5 hours.

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    St. Kitts Scenic Railway

    Enjoy a seat on both levels of the luxurious railcar while you enjoy musical entertainment, complimentary specialty drinks and a colorful narrative history of the entire Caribbean. The upper level features a spacious open-air observation deck, providing you with the awe-inspiring views of the majestic mountain ranges, lush sugar cane fields and much more. The lower level provides air-conditioned comfort with expansive vaulted windows. Each car has a service bar and restroom. Island ambiance is evoked with comfortable rattan furniture. This is the first scenic railway tour to be created on any Caribbean Island for your comfort and enjoyment. All aboard the St. Kitts Scenic Railway!

     

    Included:

    • N/A

     

    Not Included:

    • Food & drink

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Money for drinks

     

    Hours: 8:00AM - tour lasts 3.5 hours 

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    Sunset Cruise

    Hop onto a catamaran and cruise along the Southeast Peninsula coast of St. Kitts. Before sunset, you'll get the chance to go snorkeling (30-45 minutes) in the calm seas off of Ballast Bay. Snorkel equipment is available on board. Plus, you'll be treated to snacks and an open bar.

     

    Included:

    • Round trip transportation from hotels in Frigate Bay Area (other areas will attract an additional cost for transfers)
    • An Island Enhancement Fee
    • Snorkeling equipment and instruction
    • Snacks including peanuts, cheese and crackers, chips and dip
    • Tour company escorts
    • Open bar including beer, soda, rum punch & fruit punch
    • Snorkeling from boat

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Swimsuit
    • Sunscreen
    • Towels
    • Tour coupon

     

    Hours: 3:00PM - the tour lasts 3.5 hours.

     

    Where to Go: You are required to call or meet the tour representative the day after your arrival in destination to make necessary arrangements for the tour including day, time, receipt and pick up point.

     

    Age Restrictions: Must be 2+years old. 

     

    Additional Information: Alcohol will not be served to persons under 18 years of age.

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    Volcano Crater Tour

    Grab your binoculars and head out for one spectacular hike. With swinging vines, beautiful flowers and giant forest trees, the trek leads you to a dormant volcano in St. Kitts. This 2.5 hour adventure up Mount Liamuiga will be full of rest stops where you'll learn about plants and animals on the island. When you get to the top, check out the neighboring islands and surrounding area. Don't fret, because on this trek, your guide will set you up with a sumptuous lunch before heading back down the trail.

     

    Included:

    • Picnic lunch

     

    Not Included:

    • N/A

     

    Don't Forget to Bring:

    • Camera
    • Water
    • Sunblock
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    Hours: 7:30AM - tour lasts 8 hours.

     

    Additional Information: Dress Code: Long pants, t-shirt, running shoes

Tips & Transportation

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    Chills & Thrills Adventure

    You can “fly” above the sea on this daring adventure. Flyboarding is one of the newest and perhaps most daring water sports out there! The thrill of this would be impressive, no doubt. This high flying adventure is connected to a jet ski. Once you’re locked in and the jet ski takes off, you’ll fly in the air. So, if you're feeling really bold, you should try it out!

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    Stroll in the Square

    The center of Basseterre is Independence Square, named when St. Kitts and Nevis earned political independence in 1983. Once the site of slave auctions and city meetings, the square full of history and gorgeous architecture is now a lovely garden. It's a great spot for enjoying a picnic lunch and people watching! Take a break and enjoy relaxing in the square.

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    Drinks at the Shack

    If you're up for a laid-back beach bar, then check out the Shiggidy Shack. Located near Timothy Beach Hotel and on the most popular beach in St Kitts, Frigate Bay, this bar is a favorite among locals and returning vacationers. Depending on what night you go, you'll find a bonfire roaring, live music, a DJ and karaoke. And, not only can you enjoy a refreshing cocktail, but also dine on authentic Kitittian cuisine.

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    Soak up The Sun on Pinney's Beach

    Beaches are one of the main reasons to visit Nevis, and arguablely, one of the best on Nevis is Pinney's Beach. Stretching out to almost 4 miles, Pinney's has everything you could possibly want from a beach: lovely sand, calm waters and plenty of palm trees to give you some shade. There are beach bars and shacks to provide all the food, drink and entertainment that you can want. However, if you want some escape, the beach is so long that it's easy to find a quiet place all your own. Best of all, this beach is safe for swimming and snorkeling.

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    Buckle Up!

    Nevis has plenty of beautiful photo ops in the countryside. If you really want to see Nevis up close and personal, then rent a jeep for the day and go exploring. As you head out to explore the island on your own, you'll see amazing abandoned sugar mills, quaint little villages and lots of examples of buildings built in the traditional West Indian architecture style. Just note that the side roads can be bumpy, so make sure you buckle up!

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    Grove Park in the Afternoon

    It looks like baseball or field hockey, but it isn't. The game of cricket is actually the top and most popular sport in Nevis. Where can you see a great cricket game? On Thursday nights in Grove Park, you can watch both men and women playing the island’s favorite sport. It's fun hanging out with the locals and watching a sport they love so much. Cricket season is between January and mid-July, so if you're in the area around that time, make sure to check it out.

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    No Horsing Around

    Want to get one of the best views on the island? Then take a horseback ride at Hermitage Plantation Inn. On this fun and relaxing adventure, you’ll tour the southeast side of the island and head up onto the breathtaking Saddle Hill. This is also a historical site because this is the place that British Naval Admiral Horatio Nelson (a famous Napoleonic War hero) used as his lookout. Since it's a great lookout point, make sure to bring a camera along to get perfect panoramic shots of the island.

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    Airport

    You’ll fly into Robert L Bradshaw International Airport (SKB). If you're flying from New York, Atlanta, Charlotte or Miami, you might be able to find a direct flight into St. Kitts. Otherwise, you can find connecting flights from San Juan, St. Martin, Antigua and other Caribbean islands.

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    Immigration & Customs

    A valid passport and a return ticket are needed when traveling to St. Kitts. Before leaving the island, travelers will have to pay a departure tax directly to airport staff, not to the airlines like other countries. You can pay in local money or in US dollars.

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    Getting to Your Hotel

    CheapCaribbean.com has partnered with Tropical Tours as our premier transportation company in St. Kitts. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation, from the airport to your hotel and back. It’s easy to find your Tropical Tours team when you arrive at the airport. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable. Tropical Tours is also the official transportation rep for CheapCaribbean.com excursions when you book vacations to St. Kitts on our site.

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    Getting Around St. Kitts & Nevis

    To get around the island, taxis and buses are available. The buses look like minivan taxis. To distinguish between the two, if the front has an “H”, then it’s a private bus. If it has a “T”, then it’s a taxi.