Activities on our island
Catamaran trips to Nevis
Deep Dea Fishing
St.Kitts offers plenty of opportunities for people interested in sports and recreational activities. Frigate Bay has one of the more challenging 18-hole champion colf courses in the Caribbean, nested between the Atlantic ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
St. Kitts is well known for it's wonderful dive sites, ranging from beauifully preserved coral reefs to ancient ship wrecks. Ecotourists can take long and challenging hikes through the rain forests up to the cloud shrouded mountain peaks. Horseback riding on the beach or through the rain forest, tennis, watersports, and deep sea fishing are just a few activities available.
Click on the following links for further information on:
- deep sea fishing
- Ecotourism, hiking, and Nature
St.Kitts also offers an exciting night life, including local dance halls on the beach, discotheques, Caribbean and American bars, a wonderful selection of first class restaurants, and a Casino. Famous in the whole Caribbean is the St.Kitts Music Festival, attracting top artists and bands for 4 days in June.
Suggestions for an evening:
Friday nights - Spratnet (Old Road) 7pm-9pm, then Tavern on the Town (Totts) or Blue Anchor 9pm-12am, then Mangos 12am to 4am (all located in Basseterre).
Saturday nights - Spratnet 8pm-10pm, then DooWop Days (Frigate Bay) 10pm-2am.
No words can describe the romantic sunsets in the Caribbean, and nowhere is the night sky so clear and the stars so brilliant. Only seeing is believing...
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Home to a new luxury resort: A new Marriott luxury resort is scheduled to open in Frigate Bay in 2003. For further information go to the following link
"Opening of luxury resort".
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