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Ranked #1 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: Attractions includes a Plantation Home, Natural Gardens, Museum, Gift Shop, Cellar Pub and Wildlife. Activities includes... more » Owner description: Attractions includes a Plantation Home, Natural Gardens, Museum, Gift Shop, Cellar Pub and Wildlife. Activities includes Family Tours, Groups and no age limit. « less
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Skydive St Kitts (Frigate Bay)
Ranked #2 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Sports Complexes
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Dive St. Kitts (Basseterre)
Ranked #3 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Sports Camps/ Clinics
Owner description: Dive St Kitts, the island’s premier dive operation, is located onsite at the Bird Rock Beach Hotel. The private harbor... more » Owner description: Dive St Kitts, the island’s premier dive operation, is located onsite at the Bird Rock Beach Hotel. The private harbor shelters the 32' twin 200HP monohull and is perfectly located on one of the best, easy access, shoredives on the Caribbean side of St Kitts. « less
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Ranked #4 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Historic Sites; National Parks

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in a very beautiful location. The remarkable 38-acre fortress, mostly dating from the 18th century but still... more »

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Ranked #5 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Palms Court Garden is the exquisite privately owned property with stunning views on the Basseterre harbour. Its lush... more » Owner description: Palms Court Garden is the exquisite privately owned property with stunning views on the Basseterre harbour. Its lush beautiful gardens host a spectacular infinity pool (open for visitors) and bar, restaurant (breakfast & lunch daily, dinner only on Fridays & Saturdays) and the production site of Shell Works St.Kitts and its gift boutique. Visitors may watch as beautiful shell creations develop right in front of their very eye. Shopping opportunity in the adjacent gift boutique. « less
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Romney Manor (Basseterre)
Ranked #6 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens; Factory Tours
This old plantation estate houses the Caribelle Batik works. You can watch colorful, tie-dye clothes being made.
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Ranked #7 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Beaches
A clean and friendly beach where a variety of sea life, including squid and sea urchin, reside.
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Cockleshell Beach (Basseterre)
Ranked #8 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Beaches

Cockleshell Beach is at the end of the southeastern peninsula of St. Kitts, and the scenic drive to get there is well worth the 20-minutes it takes from Basseterre. The road runs... more »

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Ranked #9 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Volcanos; Mountains
Owner description: A 3,792 foot dormant volcano. Guided tours ascend the volcano, and, if properly equipped, descend into its 400-foot deep... more » Owner description: A 3,792 foot dormant volcano. Guided tours ascend the volcano, and, if properly equipped, descend into its 400-foot deep mouth. « less
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Ranked #10 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Architectural Buildings; Gardens
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Ranked #11 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Scenic Railroads
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Ranked #12 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: Famed Canadian Acrhitch Thomas McBroom has skillfully remodeled Royal St. Kitts Golf Club to provide breathtaking views of... more » Owner description: Famed Canadian Acrhitch Thomas McBroom has skillfully remodeled Royal St. Kitts Golf Club to provide breathtaking views of the natural terrain. The course boasts spectacular and picturesque holes which border the black sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and stretch to the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. The "links" -style golf course has five par 3s with three full holes on the Atlantic, and two full holes on the Caribbean Sea. The golf course is spread over 125 acres of irrigated lush seashore paspalum, and advanced hybrid turf grass, specifically designed to tolerate the salty ocean spray. Displaying a moderate number of sand bunkers (83 total) and 12 beautiful lakes on the course, wide fairways, and large putting greens, it is a fair, yet challenging test of golf. Four sets of tee complexes allow golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the challenge posed by this magnificant layout. The finishing hole returns golfers to the "country club" -style clubhouse featuring a full-service golf shop, locker rooms, and clubhouse grille. Enjoy this challenging 18-hole, par 71 layout year-round. Take in the sights of aquamarine surf, black sand beaches, and the local wildlife including egrets, lizards, and green tail monkeys that occupy the surrounding landscape. The Royal St. Kitts Golf Club is sure to test your skills, while stimulating all your senses during a golf experience you will never forget. « less
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Ranked #13 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
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Ranked #14 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Geologic Formations
Hardened lava formations at the base of coastal cliffs.
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Ranked #15 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Beaches

One of three bays situated at the tip of the southeastern peninsula of St. Kitts, Turtle Beach is a quiet and tranquil beach that you will often find completely deserted.  This is... more »

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Speedy 4 Charters (Basseterre)
Ranked #16 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Marinas
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Ranked #17 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Beaches
A stretch of pristine beaches.
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Ranked #18 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Trails
A lovely trail beginning with open pastures and going through thick forest where tree-frogs greet you in chorus.
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National Museum (Basseterre)
Ranked #19 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: History Museums
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Independence Square (Basseterre)
Ranked #20 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Once the site of slave auctions and council meetings, the square exemplifies Colonial-style architecture.
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The Circus (Basseterre)
Ranked #21 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
The heart of Charlestown was modeled – and named – after London’s Piccadilly Circus.
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Berkeley Memorial (Basseterre)
Ranked #22 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Monuments/ Statues
This memorial to the former president of the General Legislative Council stands at the center of the Circus.
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Ranked #23 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Resort Communities
A well-developed area including luxury hotels, a casino, golf course, yacht club and oodles of shops.
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Ranked #24 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Bodies of Water
A peaceful mountain pond nestled among tropical trees and flowers.
Ranked #25 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Ranked #26 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Reefs; Bodies of Water; Beaches
Reefs and calm water makes this an ideal bay for snorkeling.
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Ranked #27 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Museums
A center for information on the historical and cultural heritage of St. Kitts. There’s a photography exhibition too.
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Ranked #28 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: Sir Thomas Warner, a key figure in St. Kitts colonial history and, as his epitaph reads, a much lamented gent, is buried... more » Owner description: Sir Thomas Warner, a key figure in St. Kitts colonial history and, as his epitaph reads, a much lamented gent, is buried here. « less
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Banana Bay (South Coast)
Ranked #29 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water
South of the island find this sugar-white-sand strand perfect for sunbathers and water sports.
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Ranked #30 of 42 attractions in St. Kitts
Category: Canyons; Historic Sites
Owner description: Folklore holds that this dried river bed once flowed blood for three days following a slaughter of Carib Indians by British... more » Owner description: Folklore holds that this dried river bed once flowed blood for three days following a slaughter of Carib Indians by British and French colonial forces. « less
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