UNESCO World Heritage Site
More than just sun, sand and tropical splendour
St. Kitts and Nevis is rich in culture and has lots to do, see and experience. Home to approximately 46,000 nationals, this twin island Federation is relatively small in size: St. Kitts measures 69 square miles and Nevis is 39 square miles, yet boasts a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the primary currency used, while the United States Dollar is also accepted by most vendors.
Getting Here – by Air
St. Kitts and Nevis is easily accessed through some of the world’s major airline hubs. With daily flights from Miami and San Juan, weekly flights from New York City, Charlotte, Atlanta, Canada and the United Kingdom, international flights arrive into the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport located in St. Kitts. In addition to the main terminal, there is a private FBO which boasts a luxury facility that accommodates both commercial and private jet departures and arrivals. Travel onwards to Nevis can be facilitated by connection through flight, or an adventurous eight-minute water taxi ride via speedboat or a scenic 45-minute ferry ride.
Getting Here – by Sea
For travellers looking to venture into the Federation by sea, St. Kitts offers a state-of-the-art marina located at the South East Peninsula. Secure mooring, 24/7 dockage access, in-slip fuelling and a deep-water harbour for superyachts are just some of the Marina’s features. Yachts that measure up to 40 feet long also have the option of docking off the coast in Basseterre, the historic capital and Central Business District of St. Kitts. Nevis also has mooring availability along the Caribbean coast of the island and two main dock options.
From historical sites, exhilarating land and water-based adventures to spectacular views, venues and cuisine, St. Kitts and Nevis is an enchanting destination to discover. Visit us and let us take you on an experience Beyond Your Imagination!