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St. Kitts. "Imagine an island that has set aside more than a quarter of its land as a National Park, with a rainforest that is actually expanding in size rather than shrinking. View Map. Famous for being surrounded by dive sites, it's long zipline, scenic railway, valcanos and variety of water sports.
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Top 10 Things Random Order
1. Ride the Sugar Train - The Scenic Railway 2. See the seascapes 3. Kitesurf, Parasail, Scuba or Jetski with St. Kitts Watersports 4. Lime (chilling) with locals 5. Climb a volcano 6. Vist the Rainforest 7. Go on a heritage trail 8. Hike Mount Liamuiga and Black Rocks 9. Visit sister island Nevis 10. Play golf or watch cricket
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If you're here for just the day, or a few hours, or on a cruise ship passenger make contact with Pereira Tours. Liz can arrange, tours to the beach, tours around the island, scooter rentals or rentals of a Super Buggy.

The same day get your adrenaline rush by experiencing a parasail or jetski session or even a kitesurf lesson at St. Kitts Watersports. Speak to Jeff or Sandy.

You can read more articles on this island on our blog: CoolestCarib.com/blog and see the island's Photo Feature below.

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If you're interested in some facts of this island i.e. history, government, taxation, animals read the Fun Facts below

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"O Land of Beauty!"

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Fun Facts St. Kitts
Nationality
Kittitians
Size
69 square miles
Population
36 000 - St. Kitts
10 000 - Nevis
Currency
Eastern Caribbean dollars. About $2.7 EC pher $1 (2013)
Time Zone
Eastern Caribbean (UTC-4)
Language
English
Capital
Basseterre - St. Kitts
Charlestown - Nevis
Dress Code
Bikinis, bare feet, short shorts and bare chests are not considered appropriate in town, stores or restaurants. Topless and nude bathing are illegal (so they say!)
Taxes and Tips
Restaurants and hotels will add a 10% value added tax and a 2% island enhancement tax and may add 10% service charge to bills. Tip taxi drivers 10%.
Food
Patatoes, Banana, Mango, Orange and Cashews.
Plants
Frangipani, Allamanda, Heliconia, Bougainvillea, Oleander, Hibiscus, Double Hibiscus, Flamboyant (Orange), Flamboyant (Yellow), Ixora, Agave / Century Plant, Cactus.
Did you know?
You can drive all around the island of st Kitts in two hours? It is quite a small island not very hilly, like St Lucia or St Thomas.
Did you know?
You know you can go zip-lining in the forest?
Did you know?
You can walk up the fortress at Brimstone Hill National Park.
Did you know?
Take a train ride to scope out the magnificent views of the island? The beaches are lovely, but there are so many other things to do and see.
Did you know?
The island has an Atlantic Ocean side and a Caribbean Sea side? Waters are notoriously calmer and clearer on the Caribbean side.
Did you know?
This island is also nicknamed 'monkey island' because there are so many green monkeys. They have been on the island for more than 300 years, apparently. Sometimes they even raid local beach bars for cocktails for they have good fun and never get drink!
Did you know?
St. Kitts and Nevis was once known as the Gibraltar of the West Indies. Its volcanic vantage point offering lines of sight to nearby Nevis, St. Eustatius, and Saba.
Coolest Caribbean Tip of the Day
How to fight mosquitoes in the Caribbean without dosing yourself with insect repellent chemicals? There's a natural route for everything. Lemongrass or lavender essential oil. Dilute either with water, pour it in a spray bottle, and voila, your skin will love you and mosquitoes will flee from you!

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