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What to Pack for my St Kitts and Nevis Trip

So, you’re planning to visit St. Kitts and Nevis. You’ve made your arrangements, booked your tickets and you are ready to pack your bags. You now have one problem…what exactly should you pack for your trip?

We wouldn’t want you to over pack or worst, pack blindly leaving the necessities….so below we have compiled a guide so that you are on the right track!travel-2-1415241
Travel Documents/Necessities

Your travel documents should be the first thing you pack when preparing to travel. This includes your passport, driver’s license etc. Before all of that though, you should ensure there is no need for a visa. See here to see If you will be needing one. Along with your credit cards keep a few US dollars with you, (It is widely and easily accepted without hassle) just in case your cards are not accepted or there is some unforeseen issue. Having cash on hand will suffice until the situation is rectified.

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Clothing

St. Kitts and Nevis are both warm countries all year round. It may get a little cool during the winter but no snow storms or blizzards…nothing to really scream about. Pack light breathable clothing that will keep you cool throughout your stay. These include, shorts, summer tops, cotton shirts, summer dresses, jeans etc. You may also want to take with you a pair of sneakers and clothes suitable for hiking. We’re sure u have no plans of flying all the way to St. Kitts and Nevis to stay huddled in the house, so lets have you adequately dressed for your adventures. Pack one or two formal outfits for maybe a party or dinner. Generally the attire for a formal restaurant is very laid back for men, no need for a tie or a jacket. For the ladies semi-formal is fine; as casual as she is comfortable.

Remember not to pack or wear camouflage clothing; wearing this is illegal in St. Kitts and Nevis.

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For the Beach

This is pretty explanatory but we’ll explain in detail. Though St. Kitts and Nevis (especially Nevis) are popular for beach seclusion, it is not a practice to go nude on the beaches. For the beach on a daily basis, pack as many swim suits and swim trunks as you like. If you are a diver, bringing along your wetsuit is a good idea. Generally, you may be able to buy them locally at a dive or swim shop, though a little more expensive than what you have gotten them for at home.

Don’t forget to bring some sun screen so you can minimize your tan…you may want to consider throwing in a pair of sunglasses as well. If you venture off on your own you may find beaches without changing or bathroom facilities. In these cases you will need to walk with your own towels etc. Towels can be borrowed from the hotels (once allowed) you are staying, so no need to pack those.

(Check out the top Beaches in St. Kitts and Nevis!)

 

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Accessories

Phones are equipped with good cameras these days but if you are a photo enthusiast, don’t forget to walk with your camera. Travel with an extra SD Card and batteries or your charger. If you do need a charger you may or may not be lucky to find one locally, leave at your own risk. Still on the topic of chargers, remember to grab the ones for your phones. You should know that outlets in SKN are Type A and Grounded Type A. If your local one is anything else, you will need to purchase an adapter.

Bring your books, kindle, tablets, etc. SKN is a place to relax and unwind, imagine laying on the sand enjoying your favorite pastime. Just great!

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Footwear

Comfortable shoes is absolutely necessary. Flip flops for the beach and for walking around, cute sandals to pair with your outfits, sneakers for hiking and one formal pair for dinner or a party.

 

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Miscellaneous

  • If you have prescriptions, it is a good idea to fill and stock up on enough to last you through your trip. While there are adequately stocked pharmacies on both St Kitts and Nevis, it may not have the exact type or brand that you require. So its better to be prepared. If you cannot avoid taking your prescription ensure to bring the contact information of your local doctor and a small note from him.
  • Although available locally, walk with a bug spray. You may need it before getting a chance to purchase from the shops.
  • Toiletries are usually provided by the hotel, but you may pack one or two if you are one who likes to be prepared no matter where they go.

 

Comment below, Tell us how we helped you to pack for your trip or what you are planning to pack that may not be apart of our list. Until next time….

 

 

 

 

St Kitts Beaches

St Kitts Beaches are a mixture of two different waters; the Caribbean Sea on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. This has created a unique blend of not only flora and fauna but also a different experience to the beaches in St Kitts. The Atlantic end is perfect for surfing and snorkeling while the Caribbean Sea is perfect to just lay back and watch time fade away. To the Sun, sand, sea an enjoyable day with the family, let’s go to the Beach! Clear waters and a laid-back atmosphere.

Cockleshell Bay

Most locals and visitors consider this the best among St Kitts’ beaches.  It has the most enticing views of Nevis , miles of powder white sand and the ultimate area for seclusion. You are sure to find clear, warm shallow waters that are family friendly. This is where the popular Reggae Beach Bar & Grill and Spice Mill Restaurant are located. So in no time, you can walk over for a bite.  It is also a popular area for Water sports such as hover boarding and stand paddle boarding.

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Photo credit: www.traveladdicts.net

Banana Bay 

As is with most of the beaches on the St Kitts peninsula, you will need a vehicle to get to this oasis. However upon arrival, you’ll be met with pristine waters, swaying coconut trees, soft sand and much deserved peace and quiet. If you are up to it, you may dabble into a little snorkeling. The beach boasted a wonderful hotel years ago, but was destroyed by the hurricane that visited St Kitts in 1988.

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Photo credit: www.beach.com

Turtle Beach

Turtle Beach is situated at the extreme end of the South East Peninsula. It is peaceful and boasts beautiful views of our sister island Nevis. The sea may be a little rough and not very suitable for the timid swimmer but it’s a good area to get great pictures.  It houses an excellent restaurant called The Beach House (open seasonally) and the Turtle Beach Hotel.

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Conraee Beach

This strip of grey black sand is where the volcanic and the coral features of St Kitts meet. It is ideal for snorkeling as well as body surfing, however due to the turbulent water, may not be suitable for the less experienced swimmer. The area is a bit isolated and depending on the season you may or may not find local vendors selling food for lunch, so pack accordingly. Also, this beach is does not boast a rest room or changing facility.

Conaree Beach- St Kitts

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Dieppe Bay Beach

Dieppe Bay beach is located just on the outskirts of Dieppe Bay Town. It is known for its black sand beach with deep waters and is protected by a major reef, which is perfect for bathing. As home to a variety of marine life, the reef also makes for excellent snorkeling. It is also close to historical landmarks such as the Brimstone Hill Fortress, Fort Charles and Sandy Point National Marine Park. So you are free to go for a dip first or after, the choice is really yours. When you do settle for some sun, you’ll find the tanning process enhanced by the shiny volcanic sand that draws so many visitors to this exotic beach.

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Photo credit: www.beach.com

Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is found downwind the Conaree Hills. It is perfect area to see pond and sea birds sighted mostly early mornings and late afternoons. The bay is enclosed by ponds between Half Moon Point and Muddy Point. Since it faces the Atlantic it is perfect for brisk swimming and is suitable for body-surfing. Although there are no facilities on this beach, the serenity is well worth the drive.

Half Moon Bay- St Kitts

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Pump Bay

Pump Bay is located in Sandy bay, 10 miles out of the country’s capital Basseterre to the north western edge of the island. It is a popular area and is perfect for snorkeling and diving. It is particularly suitable for young divers and snorkelers as the seas are less rough here. As this shiny black sand beach lies in the shadow of the Brimstone Hill Fortress it is a perfect break after the hike. There are no public facilities or restrooms available so travel prepared.

Pump Bay- St Kitts

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Turtle Bay

Turtle bay is popular among surfers because of the perfect conditions that allows for the sport. Additionally, it is pretty secluded so there no short of privacy.  Not to mention the great views of Nevis you’ll see as you dip in the Atlantic Ocean.

Turtle Bay- St Kitts

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North Frigate Beach

This beach is very popular as it is smacks on the property of the St Kitts Marriott’s Hotel which is located on the Atlantic side of St. Kitts. You’ll enjoy a relaxing time as well as water sporting activities such as windsurfing and surfing. Facilities are present, so you’re fine for changing and having a bath. Food can be purchased from vendors close by.

North Frigate Bay- St Kitts

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Sand Bank Bay Beach

Sand Bank Bay is situated close to Christophe Harbour, on the south eastern part of St Kitts. The waters are calm even though on the Atlantic Ocean; the rocks on the beach have broken up the waves creating a nice safe area to have some well-deserved sea fun. As with many of the beaches in St. Kitts, this too is secluded and restroom facilities are not present though you may seek access from nearby business places.

Sandy Bank Bay- St Kitts

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South Friars Bay Beach

As the saying goes, no visit to St. Kitts is really complete without making a visit to the South Friars Bay Beach. It is a popular spot not only because it is one of the best beaches in St Kitts, but also because it is home for the popular Shipwreck Bar and Grill. Other establishments such as Bikini Bar and Restaurant, and Sunset Beach Bar to name a few are also located on the beach. The area is very unique as it also holds a mangrove and a salt pond. As such it is a perfect area for watching birds or just for experiencing the features the area has to offer. For that it is referred to a hidden gem, not overly crowded but such a staple destination while on the island.

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Photo credit: budgettravelertips.wordpress.com

South Frigate Bay Beach

This is the most popular beach, mainly because it is the closest of St Kitts’ beaches from the cruise port. The beach is a strip on sand sectioned off on both ends by Sir Timothy’s Hill, giving it a nice cozy feeling. This area is also referred to as the strip as it hosts some of the hottest bars on the island which is popular for tourists and locals alike.

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Photo credit: www.discover-stkitts-nevis-beaches.com

White House Bay

This beach is popular among snorkelers because of its rocky shores. It’s not perfect for beaches but a perfect haven for the fishes. Exploration takes place not only on the reef but also in a sunken tugboat and a sunken British troop ship that sunk during battle. The scenery is also breath-taking, giving clear views of the nearby ponds and of Guana point. It is perfect for a day of relaxation.

White House Bay- St Kitts

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Let’s go to the beach and explore…

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St Kitts Nevis With Kids

So you’re thinking about coming to St Kitts and Nevis with kids for a family vacation, the mind rambles on activities and or things of interest for your children? Have no fear there’s plenty things offered here. Here are our top 10 activities to do with your kids.

1.Beach

Nothing punctuates a tropical vacation more perfectly than a tan, cool island breeze and clear tranquil waters. The beach is a must and a surety of excitement. Our beaches here in St Kitts Nevis are clean and relaxing for children and adults alike. Beach bars and restaurants are there if for any reason you need to quench your thirst or a quick bite to eat. Don’t worry, the atmosphere is kid friendly.

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Photo credit: www.nevisisland.com

2. Sky Safari

To truly experience and appreciate the beauty of St Kitts is from above, the whole family can do just that at the Sky Safari Tours. Soaring and zipping through the rain forest, historical sites and nearby islands at almost 50 mph. There is an age limit however, so children 6 years and older are allowed.

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Photo Credit: www.marriott.com

3. Catamaran Sail

A bonding experience for the entire family by sailing between St. Kitts and Nevis. Watching the sunset sipping beverages and a snorkeling session at the infamous Shitten Bay. Our recommendation is the Blue Water Safari Tours. They offer half day and full day tours, plus too you’ll have the option of going on a private tour for you and your family.

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Photo credit: www.tripadvisor.com

4. Sea Turtle Adventures

Picture the excitement on a child’s face as he witnesses the miracle of hundreds of turtle hatchlings digging their way out of the nest and crawling intently toward the sea, driven forward by the light of the moon.

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Photo credit: www.expressionsholidays.co.uk

5. Sports

Not only are we very talented but we are very competitive and driven when it comes to sports. Whether it maybe cricket, football (soccer) or track and field events we enjoy each one. Sports is practically in our DNA. Scattered around the island are a few sports clubs, particularly in cricket that may be willing to offer lessons to your little ones.

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Photo credit: www.thestkittsnevisobserver.com

6. Monkey Watch

Green vervet monkeys are practically everywhere on the both islands. We the locals realize they are harmless but find them somewhat annoying. However this is something kids would enjoy.

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Photo credit: arff.org/kitts

7. The Scenic Railway Tour

The St Kitts Scenic Railway takes passengers on a 3-hour tour that makes a 30-mile circle around the beautiful Eastern Caribbean island of St Kitts, with 18 miles by narrow gauge train and 12 miles on sightseeing buses. The Scenic Railway provides visitors an unsurpassed opportunity to experience the scenery and culture of this unspoiled country. Your kids will certainly enjoy this tour.

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Photo credit: travel.aol.co.uk

8. Horseback Riding

In Nevis Equestrian Center rents horses and provides guided tours on beach and nature trails. While in St. Kitts we recommend Trinity Inn Stables; they offer tours throughout the rain forest.  This is definitely a great way to enjoy St Kitts Nevis with kids.

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Photo credit: www.nevishorseback.com

9. Historical Site Seeing

Its worth while for your learn as much as they can about the places they visit. St Kitts and Nevis are filled with historical sites that are just as captivating for kids as it is for adults. In St Kitts, you should definitely have to visit the Brimstone Fortress or the ruins by Romney Manor. While in Nevis, you may visit the  Golden Rock Hotel which is very intriguing as the actual hotel is made from renovated sugar mills and other buildings that made up the sugar estate or the birth place of Alexander Hamilton a founding father of the United States of America.

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Photo Credit: www.sheknows.com

10. Island Tours

Our white sandy beaches, the clean fresh air, sunny skies, friendly people not forgetting an exhilarating experience of a lifetime. On both islands finding a tour company isn’t a hard task. For St. Kitts, we recommend Pereira Tours, simply because they are known over the years for the quality service they provide as well as the personalized packages that they offer. In Nevis our pick is the Funky Monkey Tours. The name says it all!

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Photo credit: www.funkymonkeytours.com

 

So you see, your family will be filled with activities to do. Tell us how your found our list, did you try all that we mentioned? Don’t forget to share with your friends and family.

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Beers, Hammond and Rum in St. Kitts and Nevis

When coming to St. Kitts and Nevis one often thinks about sun, sand, sea, tropical breeze, cuisine and a few alcoholic beverages in between.

Upon your arrival in St. Kitts you immediately notice the supremacy of Carib beer advertising as it’s displayed everywhere; bars, billboards, buses and even walls. The parent company is located in Trinidad but there’s a local Carib Brewery that produces its trade name beer “Carib” as well as other bottled drinks on the island. This includes ting, shandy Carib, ginseng-up, skol and Guinness just to name a few. Beers are good and refreshing on a hot day but in St. Kitts and Nevis Rum is the word!

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Photo credit: winecompass.blogspot.com

Brinley Gold Shipwreck Rum is handcrafted on the island of St. Kitts. The distillery blends only the finest ingredients into an award- winning flavored rum they are spiced, vanilla, coconut and even coffee flavored, also available is coconut rum cream. In 2002 Zach Brinley traded his Wall Street job to become the President of the new rum company and began to market the first batch of vanilla rum which started selling the very same year. Belmont Estate coconut rum was developed by Dr Ian Sangster in his distillery in Kingston Jamaica and produced shortly before his death in 2000. Dr Sangster has shifted production to a small neighbouring island of Jamaica to St Kitts. A subtle hint of oak, brown sugar, chocolate, vanilla and a well-tuned alcohol nudge. It has been referred to as candy for grownups.

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Photo credit: winecompass.blogspot.com

Hammond (moonshine) is locally made in small pots still across the island of St. Kitts and Nevis. Now we do not have exact details on how it is made nor where to find it as it is illegal. One maybe lucky to come across someone who knows someone with the right link. Hammond is usually sold shortly after it is distilled. It is commonly drunk straight up and then chased with water or coke.

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Photo credit: www.tripadvisor.com

Also of interest on either islands are rum punches which you will find at local beach bars, restaurants and even hotels. The one rum punch known internationally and which probably places Nevis on the map is the infamous Killer Bee at Sunshine Beach Bar (click for directions). As we locals say all we want is Rum, Food and Wuk up! If this isn’t a reason to enjoy the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis we’re not sure what is…

Photo Credit: Sylvia Ottley

Photo Credit: Sylvia Ottley

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The Hot Springs in Nevis

Nevis known for quite a few commodities, however for centuries visitors and locals scurry to the Historic Bath Village for a dip in the infamous Hot Springs. The Bath volcanic hot spring still has a good flow rate all year round, commonly known as a therapeutic spring. Nearby is the site of Bath Hotel, the first luxury hotel in the West Indies built in 1778 for the rich and famous.

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Phot credit: www.tripadvisor.com

Due to damages from recent hurricanes and other natural elements, the Spring House is closed. A restoration committee recently constructed an open outdoor pool for persons who seek to experience the therapeutic powers of the water. The pool constructed by the restoration committee maintains the water at the required temperature.

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Photo credit: www.tripadvisor.com

Situated here are five thermal baths, the source of water springs from the base of the house. As far back as memory serves us this very spring water is said to contain minerals of medicinal value and cured people with chronic rheumatism and gout who stayed at the Bath Hotel. The water temperature at the Hot Springs span from 104F to 108F, which is the reason why the Spring House was used significantly by visitors and locals alike.

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Phot credit: www.tripadvisor.com

Whether you are a local or a visitor, the hot spring still permits you to treat your various aches and pains by immersing your body (or feet or whatever) in the healing waters of the Bath Spring, a beneficial spa that is free of charge, once you’re not shy about bathing in an outside space…

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Nevis Agriculture Fair 2016

The Nevis Agriculture Fair is an annual event that is held just before Easter. It showcases local produce, which include agriculture, arts, craft, food, manufactured items, drinks etc. See below for highlights of the fair. To see  full album, please click here.

Vervet Monkey

Local Art

Locally Manufactured Goods

Locally Made Sandals

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Rum Bottle Tree in Old Road St. Kitts

There are quite a few tourist attractions in Old Road St. Kitts, however, the one that drew our attention was the old tree with rum bottles hanging from it. Pondering what the history behind it was, we came to find out its significance is in no history book but just something people decided to do.

After drinking a bottle of rum the bottle was tied to a string and hang from the tree. This has been going on for years.  It is now a tourist destination. This my friends is somewhat a sight to see.

Tell us more do you know anything about this Rum Bottle Tree?

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Photo credit: winecompass.blogspot.com

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Experience St. Kitts and Nevis App Features

Looking for a guide while on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis? Search no more as the ESKN mobile app is there for each of you. From where to eat, what to do, where to sleep, where to shop and even where to sleep, it’s all there. It’s the perfect tool for locals and foreigners alike and the best part, it is TOTALLY FREE!

What to do

Whether you want to relax on the beach, take in an historic site or get your adrenaline pumping, it’s all here for you. On your next stop to either islands be sure to download the app and experience our beaches, tours and activities we offer. St. Kitts and Nevis is full of activities suitable for any age!

How to get there- If for some reason you feel you may be lost; have no fear the app incorporated with google maps offers GPS features. You will be guided step by step between your destinations.

Share your experience- The app also has social media components, this means you can share your experiences within the app and post directly to your social media account (Twitter and Facebook). The app is a place to meet friends as one can interact with others within the app.

Step One

Down load the app via google play store or the app store. (Experience St. Kitts & Nevis)

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Step Two

Open the app

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Step Three

Click what to do

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Select an option from what to do

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Step Five

Select Direction

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Step Six

Check in

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Caribelle Batik

The Historic Romney Manor once owned by Sam Jefferson II, the great great great grandfather of Thomas Jefferson (3rd President of U.S.A.) is the home of Caribelle Batik. A breath taking visual of gardens, an area rich in history and natural beauty. A visit here affords you the opportunity to witness first-hand age old practice of fabric; this art form demonstrated throughout the day at the store results in some of the most impressive wall hangings, clothing and accessories.

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Photo credit: culturosity.wordpress.com

The Romney Manor grounds have great history; there is strong evidence that they were originally the site on which Tegereman the Carib Indian Chief had his village. Romney Estate became the first estate in St. Kitts to emancipate their slaves. From humble beginnings Caribelle produced its first batik in 1974. The fact that no two pieces are ever the same makes them some of the most sought after Caribbean Treasures.  Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. Visited by thousands each year, occasionally hosting the rich and famous, Caribelle has acquired an international reputation for fine products. Each carefully handcrafted item is as individual as you are.

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Photo credit: www.pinterest.com

Caribelle Batik uses many quality fabrics including the exclusive Sea Island cotton, an assurance of cool comfort and longevity. Their products last a lifetime. Absolutely distinctive in designs they become a great talking point whenever and wherever customers spot one of our garments being worn by a stranger somewhere on the planet. Using the ancient Indonesian methods of resisting dye with wax, Caribelle creates the many designs for which they have become associated. During a visit to Caribelle, you will see our artists demonstrating the techniques as well as receive a full explanation from one of our experts.

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Photo credit: www.afar.com

 Wingfield Estate is conveniently placed adjacent to one of the Caribbean’s major destinations, Caribelle Batik at Romney Manor. Wingfield Estate also hosts the site office for the newly established and popular zip line. It is a photographers dream, at one with nature and history.  It continues to be a work in process with archaeological digs continuing with visitor and local participation. Most batik garments are produced right here at Romney Manor the home of Caribelle Batik. The alluring colours, imaginative print designs and sensual factors will be an eternal reminder of your time in paradise.

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Lime Beach Bar and Tours

Lime offers a relaxed vibe with great food, top notch service, friendly and inviting staff. From the cuisine, to the tours to their novelty gift shop and the ever so hip Friday night lime, this place is enjoyed by young, old and in between.

Lime Tours

Are you ready to explore? Be sure that Lime Beach Bar and Tours is your guide on experiencing the history and untold stories of Queen City; you will be greeted by a friendly guide who will tell you all you need to know and more. You would leave this tour with knowledge about our hotels, churches, ruins, museums, our capital Charlestown and the infamous Bath Hotel and hot springs. The tour is approximately three hours long and once completed you will be treated to a lunch at Lime Beach Bar included in the tour fee. An island tour plus lunch sure sounds good to me!

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Lime for Lunch or Dinner

The food is great, the drinks are refreshing and the customer service is amazing. These three combined will definitely have you coming back for more. It may be a wrap, something off the grill or even something as simple as a salad. All are sure to rapture your taste buds. Be sure to try the signature rum punch, the “Green Flash.” After a visit you will leave feeling pleased with not only the food and the beverages but the excellent customer service, the ambiance and the view of the beach.

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Lime in the Coconut

Trendy souvenirs, beach-breezy clothing, hot swimwear and gorgeous accessories are all available at Lime in the coconut. Chic and unique are looks are offered here.

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Lime Pizza Shack

Happiness is pizza! The pizza shack has an everlasting aroma of freshly cooked pizza dough, a favourite for the late night revellers. Hot and ready thin crust pizza carefully crafted with flavourful, superior-quality ingredients and toppings. It can be delivered straight to you or pick up and enjoyed with family and friends.

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Photo credit: Randy Jeffers

Like wine it gets better every week. Start your night at the Green Flash lounge there is an oh-so-brief instant of a green flash when the sun sets. (Maybe this is how the signature rum punch was named.) Make your way downstairs and sample the mouth-watering cuisine. Dance the night away to the live band and the tracks spun by the Dj’s till dawn. This is the hot spot for locals, college students and where few guest scurry to on a Friday night for a night filled with fun and a whole lotta rum. We are all better when we’re dancing…

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Photo credit: Ryan Maynard

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