Saint Kitts and Nevis is a two-island nation in the middle of the West Indies. Because Saint Kitts and Nevis were among the first islands of the Caribbean to have European settlers, the island offers a mix of British and French influences. From the lush tropical paradise to the year round warm climate and warm waters, visitors from all over the globe flock to the islands.
Arts and culture are a huge facet of life on Saint Kitts and Nevis as the islands embody preserves the traditions of its ancestors. The Booyork Graphics & Art Gallery is located in Basseterre and offers a bit of Kittitian magic. Kate Design is located in St. Pauls and displays a variety of art, Giclee and lithographics.
Apart from an array of art galleries, Basseterre is also the capital city of St. Kitts and Nevis. Basseterre’s Historic District is located in the town centre and offers a combination of West Indian and Creole Architecture. Brimstone Hill Fortress was constructed in the late 17th century and is one of the oldest surviving structures in town.
Accommodations will depend largely on what type of trip you are looking for. The island offers a variety of modern hotels and resorts, villas and condominiums, guesthouses and Caribbean-style homes. There is also a bed and breakfast available for quiet romantic getaways without all the fuss and extravagance of a resort.
For those travelling from Europe to St Kitts and Nevis, airlines such as Virgin Atlantic, Air France, Condor and American Airlines have connecting flights through Antigua to Nevis International Airport and Robert L Bradshaw International Airport. Accessing the islands via cruise ship is one of the more popular ways for North Americans to reach St Kitts and Nevis, with Basseterre Harbour receiving ships.