St Kitts & Nevis Holidays
Follow your heart
Four Seasons Resort Nevis
Authentic Caribbean experience with wonderful dining and leisure options. Plus, beachfront infinity pools for you to enjoy the island's stunning sunsets.
Nisbet Plantation Beach Club
Charming, elegant and very welcoming, the Nisbet Plantation Beach Club is among the Caribbean's best luxury resorts, having been awarded numerous times for its excellence.
Park Hyatt St Kitts
Casual, sophisticated luxury on the sun-soaked shores of Banana Bay, where a sumptuous spa, eclectic fine dining and authentic local experiences tempt jet-setters in-the-know.
Climb Mount Liamuiga
The highest volcanic peak on the island of St. Kitts is Mount Liamuiga at 3,792 feet. Covered in verdant rainforest and teeming with exciting wildlife-watching opportunities (look out for vervet monkeys and wild orchids), Mount Liamuiga is a must-visit for active adrenaline seekers and nature lovers alike.
Reaching the summit can be challenging, but there is an impressively deep crater at the top as a reward. You’ll also find sweeping views of St. Kitts, the Caribbean Sea, and neighboring islands like Nevis, Antigua, and Saba.There are nature trails for all abilities, however, guided tours are available.
Ride the Scenic Railway
A must-visit attraction when visiting St. Kitts, the Scenic Railway takes lucky passengers on a picturesque 3-hour tour of the island on a narrow gauge train. Built between 1912 and 1926, the railway was historically used to transport sugar cane from plantations to the sugar factory in Basseterre. Today, you’re invited to take in the views from the open-air observation platform above the double-decker carriages. You’ll cruise high above the sugar cane and lush, tropical vegetation with a 360 degree panorama. Below in the air-conditioned parlour, you can enjoy complimentary drinks, including rum punch and frozen daiquiris.
Spice Mill Restaurant
Perched on the edge of the white-sand Cockleshell Beach, Spice Mill Restaurant is perhaps one of the most scenic eateries on the islands of St. Kitts. Marrying local produce and the freshest of seafood with global influences, you are invited to tuck into jerk BBQ, risotto and pasta dishes with an outstanding view of both the sea and Mount Nevis.
If you’d like to get even closer to the beach during the day, venture further towards the water and enjoy music, drinks and light meals from the Passion Beach Bar. This is a quintessential taste of the Caribbean, so sit back and unwind.