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How To Travel To Saint Kitts and Nevis

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By air

  • There are daily flights from San Juan, PR, with American Eagle, and via the British Virgin Islands/Tortola. American Airlines flies three times a week from Miami (more flights during the tourist season), twice a week to New York. Delta Airlines offers non-stop flights to St. Kitts from Atlanta.
  • From the UK, British Airways offers non-stop flights from London Gatwick. These flights operate once a week on Saturdays.
  • From Canada, there is a non-stop charter flight from Toronto to St. Kitts from 19 December to April with Sky service.
  • Leeward Islands Air Transport (Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, St. Croix, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, San Juan, Tortola) DHC8-100, 300

With the boat

Basseterre has a cruise terminal and a marina.

Take a catamaran tour or go snorkelling with Blue Water Safaris or Leeward Island Charters.

You can also charter a boat with No Problem Boat Charters.

For the ferry from St Kitts (Majors Bay) to Nevis (Cades Bay), you can take the Sea Bridge, which runs from 8am to 7pm (sailing times).

How To Travel Around Saint Kitts and...

By trainThere is a scenic rail tour that runs through parts of the narrow-gauge railway once used by the sugar mill. When more than one large cruise ship visits the island, organised train tours can fill the train.By carTaxis and buses are plentiful in St Kitts. Be sure to...

Visa & Passport Requirements for Saint Kitts...

Nationals of the Commonwealth, the Organisation of American States (except the Dominican Republic), Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and the following countries do not require a visa: Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, South Korea, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Kingdom of...

Accommodation & Hotels in Saint Kitts and...

St. Kitts Marriott Resort and Royal Beach Casino, +1 869 466-1200. In the Frigate Bay area of the island. Only a 10-minute drive from the airport and the capital Basseterre. The resort offers 573 rooms and suites. North Frigate Bay Beach, a championship golf course and the largest Vegas-style...

Food & Drinks in Saint Kitts and...

There are many dining options in St Kitts. Some of the most popular restaurants are:Sprat net - Vieille routeBallahoo Restaurant. Basseterre.Marshall's, Frigate Bay.Chevy's Beach Bar & Grill, Pinneys Beach, Nevis, +1 869 469-0055.PJ's Bar and Restaurant. Frigate Bay.There are many beach bars in Frigate Bay and on the south-eastern...

Things To See in Saint Kitts and...

Of course, with an area of only 261 km2, St Kitts and Nevis has a somewhat limited (but not lacking!) range of typical sights. But this is no disadvantage for visitors to these two small islands, as they have all the enchanting natural beauty of the Caribbean.Its strategic location...

Things To Do in Saint Kitts and...

The dive sites are numerous and beautiful and are suitable for both beginners and experienced divers. There is of course a wide and colourful range of reefs and marine life to see, but also shipwrecks and caves. For beginners, Monkey Shoals and Friars Bay Reef are good sites that...

Language & Phrasebook in Saint Kitts and...

The language of St Kitts and Nevis is English. However, if you have never been to the Caribbean, you may have difficulty understanding the dialect spoken by the locals, or more precisely Creole, which is based on English but does not sound like it at all to the untrained...

Culture Of Saint Kitts and Nevis

English is the only official language. St. Kitts Creole is also widely spoken.St Kitts and Nevis is known for a number of musical celebrations, including Carnival (18 December to 3 January in St Kitts). The last week of June is dedicated to the St Kitts Music Festival, while Culturama...

History Of Saint Kitts and Nevis

The islands of St. Kitts and Nevis were settled by Native Americans five thousand years before the arrival of the Europeans. The last wave of Native Americans, the Kalinago people, arrived about three centuries before the Europeans. The islands were discovered by Europeans during a Spanish expedition led by...

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