So much to do, so little time
Should you be able to prise yourself away from the beach or pool, perhaps you would prefer exploring the rainforest in a motorized safari or a hike to our now extinct 3,792 foot volcano Mt. Liamuiga and if you are lucky a much deserved swim in the crater lake.
Exploring history with Brimestone Hill, St. Kitts
An absolute must, is a visit to Brimstone Hill Fortress. The fortress boasts the largest and complete remains of any military community of the 18th century and is in fact a UNESCO world heritage site.
Above the clouds, in the trees or under the water
For those looking for the ultimate thrill, Skydive St. Kitts is now up and running. Climging to 10, 000 feet above the island of St. Kitts and free falling for 10-15 minutes, this is truly a thrill that anyone can enjoy.
Other activities for the discerning adventurer include, soaring over the canopy of the rainforest on one of five ziplines at Sky Safaris, a trip back in time on the Sugar Train, the last remaining railway of the West Indies, horseback riding, all terrain vehicle tours, scooter and mountain bike rentals and of course what Caribbean vacation would be complete without a catameran cruise to our sister island of Nevis.
What Caribbean trip would be complete without a trip in the water to see what lurks beneath. St. Kitts and Nevis are surrounded by the most beautiful and protected reefs in the Caribbean. If the water interests you, but getting wet does not, there are plenty options for deep sea fishing as well.