Following are some of the most popular, but there are just too many to list here!
NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY TOUR
Built between 1912 and 1926 to deliver sugar cane to the mill in Basseterre, the railway is a fascinating way to see the entire nation from the comfort of luxurious railcars built specifically for touring the Island. You are surrounded by vistas of ocean, surf, cliffs, and palms as the trail rolls across tall steel bridges spanning deep canyons, and winds through small villages and farms. The high volcanic cone of Mt. Liamuiga rises above the railway. Unforgettable.
thrill seekers get a panoramic view of the lush green rainforest, neighboring islands and historical sites, as they fly through the skies at speeds of up to 80 km/hr on a state of the art zip-line system.
ST KITTS HERITAGE & CULTURE
Visit Romney Manor, home of descendants of Thomas Jefferson. The vibrant colors amid the lush tropical gardens make this an ideal place to pause. Stop at the historic and impressive Brimstone Hill Fortress. Almost 800 feet above sea level, this remarkable fortress is one of the most dramatic spots in the entire Caribbean. It commands astounding views of the Caribbean, including Nevis, Montserrat, St Eustatius, Saba, St. Martin and St. Barths.
THE VOLCANO EXPERIENCE
The coastal road runs past Brimstone Hill National Park and Belmont Estate to an area 1200 feet above the sea. After arriving at the trail head, guests hike through the lush, protected rainforest of the Interior National Park to the Volcano crater’s rim, 2800 feet above the sea. Enjoy delicious refreshments on the crater rim with views of nearby offshore Islands and the "quilted" cultivated coast below on one side and the "Giants Salad Bowl" crater on the next. On returning to your vehicles at the foot of the mountain guests celebrate their challenging hike with an open rum and juice bar before returning home.
ROYAL ST. KITTS GOLF COURSE
Recently redesigned by renowned Canadian architect Thomas McBroom to showcase the island’s diverse terrain and native wildlife. Offering dramatic views of the sea and neighboring islands, the course offers a challenging design. Its signature hole, Hole 15, features a long drive, earning it the nickname “The 660-Yard Monster”, while Hole 17, inspired by the famous hole at Pebble Beach, continues to challenge players.