It’s #FeatureFriday

Howdy! It’s #FeatureFriday and today we are featuring the gorgeous islands of St. Kitts and Nevis who recently announced they will once again be welcoming cruise ships back to their port.

Saint Kitts and Nevis are located just south of Puerto Rico, adjacent to Antigua, Barbuda and the Guadalupe Islands and north of Dominica – which means they are situated right in the heart of the Caribbean. Together Saint Kitts and Nevis are actually one country – a dual-island nation situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. Nevis is the smaller of the two at only 36 square miles but the great thing about it is that once you’re there – it doesn’t feel as small as it actually is. Both islands offer you great beaches as well as beautiful panoramic views of the cloud shrouded mountains from pretty much anywhere you are. While you are there you can enjoy such activities as hiking, biking, walking tours, all kinds of water sports, you can feast on fabulous cuisine, you can take in the island’s history and culture and much, much more!

NOTE: As of now you can visit St. Kitts and Nevis only if you are fully vaccinated and show proof of such. There are also guidelines about which travel approved hotels you can stay at and depending on your length of stay you will have to vacation in place until you take the required COVID-19 test at which point if it’s negative, you can move about the islands freely. Your Travel Gurus will give you complete details on all of these protocols as well as any changes to them as we are curating your package.

For more details on things to see and do in St. Kitts and Nevis check out our Chief Travel Guru’s video chat with Greg Phillip, the CEO and Founder of Nevis Sun Tours here and then contact your Travel Gurus and let’s get started planning your St. Kitts and Nevis gateway!

Namaste!

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