Below you will find some interesting links to websites of St. Kitts and Nevis.


Greg's Safaris offers you four unique and fully insured off-the-beaten-track island adventures.

Experience St. Kitts on an informative fun-filled, tour that follows northern side of this beautiful Eastern Caribbean island.

Pro Divers inc. is a PADI Resort Facility offering all levels of instruction and quality dive tours
Whether its a snorkel trip for two or a full day cruise, we have a range of choices that make our charters both affordable & attractive, to families or groups of any size.

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of historical, cultural and architectural significance

Historical Romney Manor home of Exotic Caribelle Batik.
Sky Safari's offers the most exciting eco adventure! Our new cable line System is an exhilarating cable line expedition through old growth forests.   Visit the Botanical Gardens of Nevis to discover rare treasures of the Plant Kingdom, sightsee, relax, and shop in a glorious tropical "Paradise" garden.
St. Kitts Kiteboarding is an IKO certified Kiteboarding school offering lessons for entry level riders as well as experienced riders who are looking to improve their skills.      
Ottley's Plantation Inn
Originally a 17th century sugar plantation, Ottley's Plantation Inn transports guest to a bygone era of gracious living, hospitality and elegance.
  Four Seasons Resort
Uncover a little-known wonder in the Caribbean: Nevis, sister island to St. Kitts in the tradewind-kissed Leeward Islands.
Ocean Terrace Inn
OTI cascades down a lush terraced hillside to the water's edge, with spectacular views of the city of Basseterre and Nevis
  Golden RockPlantation
This hundred-acre 18th century sugar estate is the result of decades of personal owner management and devoted staff.
St. Kitts Marriott Resort
& Royal Beach Casino captures the many moods of one of the most relaxing and romantic Caribbean Islands.
  The Hermitage Plantation
One of the oldest Nevis Hotels in operations, and, it is in fact more than a hotel, it is one of the oldest wooden houses in the Caribbean
Timothy Beach Resort
The only St Kitts hotel directly on the Caribbean beach in beautiful Frigate Bay, an area set aside for luxury homes and resorts.
  Montpelier Plantation Inn
A romantic hideaway located 750 feet above the Caribbean Sea on the island of Nevis.
      Nisbet Plantation
Beach Club

An intimate Caribbean resort and hotel on the unspoiled island of Nevis - the island time forgot.
      The Mount Nevis Hotel and Beach Club
Escape and discover an island paradise full of rich history and unspoiled caribbean charm.
Reggae Beach Bar & Grill
Located on the South East Peninsula and Specializes in seafood and barbecue dishes.
Culinary delight awaits you at the romantic pool-side, and ocean view dining room. Enjoy the view of sister island Nevis, glimmering with lights.
Spice Mill
Get ready for a feast for your eyes. This young, chic and elegantly rustic oasis sits on probably the best beach location on St. Kitts.
A terrace overlooking the Ocean, extremly pleasant to meet friends or for a romantic "tête à tête" dinêr.
Serving up picture-perfect sunsets, signature cocktails, light fare and barefoot sophistication on the shores of Whitehouse Bay.
  Ballahoo Restaurant
Enjoy dining in cool comfort overlooking the Circus town centre. Established in 1982, the Ballahoo is Basseterre's most popular restaurant and meeting place.
The Pavilion
Treat the family to a casual meal at the beachside cabana, or enjoy a romantic dinner or rum and cigar in the private lounge.
  Royal Palm Restaurant
Nestled into the the remaining stone walls of the plantation's sugar factory, has long been the destination of choice for locals and visitors seeking St. Kitts' most satisfying cuisine.
Bananas Bistro
The dining terrace overlooks the lush gardens with the Caribbean sea visible through the Palm trees
  Carambola Beach Club
Culinary experience on a beach front setting on South Friar's Bay. 4000 bottle wine cellar. An atmosphere designed in total harmony.
  .   Chrishi Beach Club
A Place where we pamper you with unique food, drinks & music on the beach


The island experiences a warm tropical climate with an average temperature of about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Humidity is low with November to May being the driest months of the year. With average rainfall of about 55 inches, St. Kitts has one of the most desirable climates.



Visitors to the islands are required to bring either a passport or birth certificate. No visa is required for visitors to enter the islands. A cash departure tax of US$22 for adults and US$5.00 for children under 12 is required on leaving the country.



St. Kitts uses East Caribbean (EC) dollars with a stable exchange rate of EC$2.70 for US$1.00. The US dollar is widely accepted.

Banking hours are generally 8am to 2pm Monday through Thursday, and 8am to 4pm on Fridays.

Business Hours:
Most business open from Monday to Friday 8 am to 4 pm; Saturdays 8 am to 1 pm.

Bank of Nova Scotia, Royal Bank of Canada, First Caribbean International Bank, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank, St. Kitts Credit Union.
All major cards are usually accepted throughout the island.



St. Kitts has much to offer for the inquisitive and adventurous visitor and provides many local art and craft items for every taste. Essential items can be found in drugstores and supermarkets around the island. In Port Zante there are many new shops offering fine selections of jewellery, electronic equipment, perfumes, clothing and other accessories.

Dress Code:
The dress is generally casual. With our desirable climate, light cotton summer clothing is recommended.



Driving is on the left hand side. Rental cars are available on the island from several rental agencies. A visitor's driver's license cost US$23 and is available from any police station or from the car rental agency. Drive slowly and defensively - people often stop along the roads without warning to chat; also it is common to see animals, such as goat, sheep, cows, and donkeys on the roads. Often young children walk to school on the roads.

Jeeps and cars can be rented starting at approximately US $40 per day. Local taxis are available as well as local mini-buses that go around the island very inexpensively.



SKIPA proactively markets St. Kitts, internationally, regionally and locally as an attractive investment location.
St.Kitts Tourism Authority
Welcome to the exotically beautiful island of St. Kitts. Like no other island in the Caribbean.
The St Kitts and Nevis Hotel and Tourism Association is proud to welcome you to St Kitts and Nevis on behalf of our membership
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