Getting around St. Kitts & Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis are a pair of famous tropical islands in in the Caribbean and among the top tourist destinations. The distance between the duo islands is approximately one-third of that from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. Both portray a marvellous collection of beaches with exquisite mountains and lots of activities to boost up your body, mind and soul. The local culture is mellow and friendly where legacy of the sugar industry still survives amongst the smooth plantation lodgings.

Geographical details of both the islands differ tremendously as St. Kitts is much larger boasting the mighty Brimstone Hill Fortress, a bustling Basseterre to the lots of party strips and resorts in the Frigate Bay. Anchored by a single volcanic mountain packed with a handful of beaches and peaceful, tiny capital, Charlestown; Nevis is far neat than its sister island! Nature is at its best here whereas history revolves around the big names Horatio Nelson and Alexander Hamilton.

Let’s explore the duo islands more up, close and personal.

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park

The well-preserved military architecture from the 17th and 18th century; Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in St. Kitts became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. It served as a British stronghold where slave labours were kept and also provides shelter during the violent and tumultuous past from the early Caribbean colonies. If you wish to explore this spot, better spare at-least an hour or two.

Sky Safari

A true adventure for daredevils and speedsters who’ll never let go of a chance to whoosh pass the rainforest with speed of approximately 50 miles-per hour. The longest of the five cable lines runs to nearly 1,350 feet that puts you all the way to 250 feet above the ground so this is indeed thrilling! Sky Safari is the closest thing to fly without wings but do note that the activity can only be availed through cruise-ship days.

The railway tour

This one-of-a-kind and first scenic railway tour in the Caribbean would cover three hours along the 30-mile wide rail circuit on the Eastern Caribbean island of St. Kitts. The magnificent railcar features an al-fresco observation deck on the upper level combined with quiet and air-conditioned lower deck. The huge vaulted windows promises some of the most breath-taking views of the surrounding mountain ranges and while you ride, enjoy listening to narration of Caribbean history with complimentary drinks served throughout the trip.

The luxurious railcar features restrooms, a fully equipped service bar and colourful, detailed artwork on the walls that gives a Carib-feel to it! As the railway winds around the slopes of Mount Liamuiga, you can dig in the wonderful sight of sugarcane fields all around. The train ride ends with you moving to a bus that’ll further take you to a 12-mile journey along the Island Main Road. Do note that there isn’t any reserved seating, just the usual first-come, first-serve basis.

Conclusion

If you’re already too much enthused, apply today for St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship to enjoy the above activities and a lot more without any travel restrictions.