About Saint Kitts and Nevis
The mountainous land of St. Kitts and Nevis are undeniably spectacular. The country is a dual-island nation located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The two tropical islands are also part of the Leeward Islands. You will not just admire the towering hill's attractions of the country, but you will also appreciate and enjoy the famous beaches. It is a perfect getaway, and it is best for cheap adventures, honeymoon, and other memorable moments of your life. St. Kitts larger than Nevis, St. Kitts is shaped like an oval with a long neck and a small peninsula at its southeastern end. The peninsula is flat and consists of salt ponds and white beaches. On the other side, Nevis is shaped like a cone. It will be a relief to know that the people are English-speaking because you will have chances to interact with them and understand them.
The Charm of Saint Kitts and Nevis
1. Where Friendliest People LiveOne of the best things that you would experience is the kindness of the people. Their smiles are as beautiful as the natural landscapes of their country. They are very friendly and warm people that their characteristics will linger on your mind and soul for the rest of your journey. If you are too happy that you have stepped on their majestic country, then they are also so glad to have you there, and they appreciate you as their visitor. You would feel a welcoming vibe radiating from these amazing people. A remarkable journey in a country comes from the land itself and the people themselves. Making friends with them will be so awesome.
2. A Romantic CountryYou might be wondering why St. Kitts and Nevis are earning praises from a lot of tourists worldwide. It is because of how surprising this twin-island can be. It is perfect for getaways, honeymoon, bondings, and many more. The romantic ambiance of the country makes people fall in love with its charms. The land is so crowd-free that it would be helpful for people who are looking out for peace and relaxation. You will breathe the fresh air of this breathtaking island.
3. The Country is Rich in HistoryThe history of St. Kitts all began when Christopher Colombus discovered the island in 1493, the country was named after him, but over the past years, it changed from St. Christopher's to simply St. Kitts. The country is also known as the "Mother Colony of the West Indies" because it is the first English colony in the Caribbean. St. Kitts and Nevis were once under the British colony, and over the past years, including their independence day, they are known for having a rich history. Their struggles and cruel histories shaped both the cultures and the people. The peacefulness of the country is finally obtained, and it is one of its assets that invites people all around the world to visit the country.
4. The Ever Famous Sugar Industry RuinsAlthough sugar is still grown on the island of St. Kitts, all the remains of the sugar industry are the ruins of plantations such as cane crushers and huge bowls. It was in the 18th-20th century when the island had sugar as its main crop and primary source of labor for the slaves. It was a bittersweet memory for the country because the sugar plantation ruins narrate the rich history and struggles of the people in the past. The sugar industry slowly declined, and many of the ancient plantation heritage have been converted into hotels with well-known decoration and impressive areas.
5. The Magnificent Caribelle BatikThe ancient art of wax-resist dyeing applied to the whole cloth of St. Kitts, called Batik, would be one of the highlights of your experience. You can actually see the wonders of Batik on the factory of the country, and you will have the chance to watch the artist boil hues, apply wax, and dye fabrics, creating the splendidly colored, intricately patterned clothing that's expected of St. Kitts while providing full narration of the ancient art form and its history. After witnessing the process, you may wander around and window-shop some dresses, shirts, bags, and other products made from Batik. With this journey, you can buy some of their beautiful products as your souvenirs and collections. The Batik of the country has a renowned reputation when it comes to its fabric qualities because it is durable and long-lasting.
6. The Pleasant Weather of St. Kitts and NevisThe twin-island is perfect for a getaway summer experience as it has two seasons, which is the 'dry' season and the 'wet' season. The tropical country with its surprising sunshine will tell you that there is no such thing as bad weather in the country. You will get the chance to see the hidden beauty of their paradise. August to November is a wet season. It would be best if you visit the country from their peak season which is from May to June, where hotels lower their rates, and December to April, where the Christmas season and Easter begin. You will have the chance to witness their carnival party and festivals that made tourists happy in St. Kitts and Nevis.