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Top Things to Do in St. Kitts, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Clay Villa

On a visit to Clay Villa, you will experience a truly amazing offering of eco friendly gardens full of beautiful, fragrant, lush, tropical plants, fruits and wildlife. The unmatched magical charm of the natural ''green'' gardens makes you want to linger and ponder about plantation life of bygone times and travel back into the fantasies of your mind.

Skydive St. Kitts | Your West Indies Areial Adventure Starts Here | Skydive Today

Skydive St. Kitts supports the exciting sport of Skydiving on the island of St. Kitts and nearby Nevis.

Siege of Brimstone Hill

The French invasion of Saint Kitts also known as the Siege of Brimstone Hill (19 January - 13 February 1782) was a siege of the American Revolutionary War. After landing on Saint Kitts, the French troops of the Marquis de Bouillé stormed and besieged Brimstone Hill, and after a month of siege the heavily outnumbered and cut-off British garrison surrendered.

Historical Sites in St. Kitts | Fairview Great House & Botanical Gardens | stkittstourism.kn

Fairview Great House & Botanical Gardens Toll Free: (869) 465-3141 This 18th century Great House has been authentically restored to its former glory with careful attention to historical detail. Step back in time as you wander through the dining room with its sixteen seat mahogany dinner table and antique silver service, as well as the Historical Room that chronicles the fascinating past of Fairview.

Mount Liamuiga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mount Liamuiga is a 3,792 feet (1,156 m) stratovolcano which forms the western part of the island of Saint Kitts. The peak is the highest point on the island of Saint Kitts, in the federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, and in the entire British Leeward Islands, as well as one of the tallest peaks in the eastern Caribbean archipelago.

Black Rocks (Saint Kitts) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Black Rocks is the name of a notable rock formation on the northeastern coast of the island of Saint Kitts. Located close to the town of Saddlers, the rocks consist of lava flow from the volcanic Mount Liamuiga which dominates the northern half of the island of Saint Kitts.

Southeast Peninsula (Saint Kitts) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Southeast Peninsula of Saint Kitts stretches southeast from the capital, Basseterre for some 14 kilometres to the waters of The Narrows, the strait which separates the island from its neighbour Nevis. It is connected to the rest of the island by an isthmus which, at its narrowest, is less than one kilometre wide.

Basseterre Co-Cathedral of Immaculate Conception - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A church was built in or about 1856; it was called the Church of the Immaculate Conception. In 1927, it was demolished and replaced by a modern edifice on the same site on East Square Street. Father Claeys who was an architect of repute designed the church.

St. Kitts National Museum | stkittstourism.kn

With the full support and encouragement of the St. Christopher National Trust (SCNT), 2002 saw the official opening of our National Museum in the Old Treasury building. Erected in 1894. this proud building served as the gateway to the city of Basseterre for decades and housed many ministries and departments of government over the years.

Berkeley Memorial

The Berkeley Memorial stands in the centre of the Circus in Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis. The memorial features a drinking fountain as well as a clock. There are four clock faces, each one facing one of the four streets leading to the Circus. It was built in honour of Thomas B.H.

Dieppe Bay Town - Wikipedia

Dieppe Bay Town ist ein Ort im äußersten Norden der Insel Saint Kitts in der Karibik. Es ist einer der beiden Hauptorte der Parish Saint John Capisterre auf der Hauptinsel der Inselstaats von St. Kitts und Nevis. Zwar hat der Ort heute (2010) nur etwa 630 Einwohner, aber auf Grund seiner Geschichte hat er den Status einer „Town" (Stadt).

Frigate Bay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frigate Bay is the name of two bays located close together on the island of Saint Kitts. The two bays are located southeast of the capital Basseterre, at the northern end of the isthmus joining the Southeast Peninsula with the rest of the island.

Bloody River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bloody River or Stone Fort River is a river or ghaut (locally called) in Saint Kitts (an island in the Caribbean) which starts from the South East Range, flows west of the village of Challengers and exits at Bloody Point. Also, it is where 2000 Caribs were massacred and blood ran down the river for three days in 1626.

Bloody Point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bloody Point is a headland in Trinity Parish, Saint Kitts. The Stone Fort or Bloody River runs towards Bloody Point. In 1626, English and French settlers killed most of the Carib population at Bloody point.

Thomas Warner (explorer)

Sir Thomas Warner (1580 - 10 March 1649) was a captain in the guards of James I of England who became an explorer in the Caribbean. In 1620 he served at the brief-lived English settlement of Oyapoc in present-day Guyana of South America, which was abandoned the same year.

Amazing Grace Experience St. Kitts - Historical Tour of John Newton's visit to Sandy Point St. Kitts

Tour Historical St. Kitts and learn about its link with the world renowned song Amazing Grace penned by John Newton a fowled mouth slave trader turned abolitionist.