St. Kitts is located in the northern portion of the Leeward Islands, in the eastern Caribbean and shares a channel, some two miles wide, with its smaller island neighbour, Nevis.
Both St. Kitts and Nevis are unique in that they enjoy a more tropical climate, similar to that of the South Pacific islands. As a result, the two islands have a stunning natural beauty that makes them unique from many of the other Caribbean islands.
Visitors to St. Kitts will find a stunning array of things to do, such as hiking through the rain forests, playing golf on several challenging courses, fishing, boating, diving and snorkelling. There are also many historical points of interest to see, including restored fortresses, plantations that are rumoured to be haunted and even some ancient petroglyphs.