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St.Kitts & Nevis

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A country capable of seducing in just a few minutes

When Christopher Columbus discovered these islands on his second voyage to America he had no idea that he would find himself before one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean. Saint Kitts and Nevis are two islands of the Lesser Antilles that form an independent country. Nevertheless, it remains associated with the Commonwealth, and for this reason it considers Queen Elizabeth II to be its Head of State. In the capital, Basseterre, as well as on the rest of the islands, English is the official language.

The islands' name is very curious as its discoverer initially wanted to name the first of them after himself, saving Nieves ('snow' in Spanish) for the second, a tribute to its impressive natural qualities, chief amongst them the white colour of its mountainous systems. Both islands are of volcanic origin and boast very steep ridges in their interior. These areas make for an ideal place for long walks and enable you to discover all of the island's corners.

In addition, if you are looking for pleasant temperatures throughout the year, in Saint Kitts and Nevis you are sure to enjoy a humid tropical climate practically twelve months a year, with 26 degrees Celsius being the standard, average temperature.

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Basseterre (St.Kitts & Nevis) - Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) - Saint John's (Antigua) - Castries (St. Lucia) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
Noviembre
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519 *Taxes and other
charges are included

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Our main ports of embarkation in St.Kitts & Nevis

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Amazing natural sites in an advancing society

Saint Kitts and Nevis is a country with a fairly high per capita income of around US $15,000. Its economy mainly thrives on tourism although agriculture has always played an important role in this sector. Curiously, this was the last place to cultivate sugar in the Lesser Antilles. The difficulties encountered in the development of foreign trade with local products led to the implementation of various support and reinforcement schemes for local workers.

In addition, in this country there is the peculiarity that its famous Central Bank of the Eastern Caribbean issues an exclusive currency for this area of ​​the world, the East Caribbean dollar, which is legal tender in all Caribbean countries that are integrated in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.

For this reason, Saint Kitts and Nevis has become one of the standout nations for foreign trade in the Caribbean, and especially for the export of electronics, food, beverages and tobacco to other countries, such as the United Kingdom and the United States. It lacks some vitally important products like oil, which it acquires from other parts of the world.

Nature and sport in a unique cultural environment

As for its architecture, when you visit Basseterre, the capital of the island of Saint Kitts, you will find yourself in a small town that has managed to maintain its essence over time, with clear French and British colonial influences characterizing the local style. After touring its main streets make sure to check out its most representative buildings, including the Anglican Church of St. George, Independence Square or Circus Square, which stands out on account of its curious orthogonal shape.

On the other hand, the island of Nevis, the second that makes up this country, is home to city of Charlestown, which boasts all sorts of fascinating monuments, amongst them the Anglican Church of St. Thomas and the Alexander Hamilton Museum.

Most of the tourism in this country focuses on enjoying its extensive and comfortable beaches, where you can practice aquatic activities such as scuba diving, exploring the beautiful seabed and lingering amongst the aquatic species that inhabit its interior. If you prefer to enjoy this place with your feet on solid ground we encourage you to play one of the most popular sports in Saint Kitts and Nevis, cricket. Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, this Caribbean region was one of the hosts of the 2007 Cricket World Cup.

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Featured St.Kitts & Nevis cruises

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Martinique - Bridgetown (Barbados) - St. George (Grenada) - Kingstown (St Vincent) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
in DECEMBER
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519 *Taxes and other
charges are included

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Basseterre (St.Kitts & Nevis) - Saint John's (Antigua) - Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) - Castries (St. Lucia) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
in DECEMBER
FROM
519 *Taxes and other
charges are included

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Martinique - Bridgetown (Barbados) - St. George (Grenada) - Kingstown (St Vincent) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
Noviembre
FROM
519 *Taxes and other
charges are included