Why St. Kitts and Nevis Should Be On Your Travel Bucket List
St. Kitts and Nevis— the smallest country in the Caribbean— is known for its stunning beaches, tropical forests, and friendly locals.
Here are a few reasons why you should visit:
Temperatures fluctuate between 77 degrees and about 82 degrees throughout the entire year, and waters rarely drop below 78 degrees.
From golden-brown to volcanic grey and black, each beach offers a little something different.
Diversity of Beaches
Carnival – aka Sugar Mas – takes place around Christmas and the New Year. See vibrant colors, costumes, and dancing, while listening to soca and calypso music.
The second largest event of the year is the St. Kitts Music Festival held at the end of June. The three-day celebration is a tradition of over 20 years.
St. Kitts is commonly referred to as “Sugar City” due to its history of cultivating sugar cane starting in 1643.
Sugar Cane History
The St. Kitts Scenic Railway was originally built to transport sugar cane across the island but now offers a three-hour tour around the island.
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