St Kitts and Nevis


VIDEO: From Little Havana to Nevis, Four Seasons’ New Cigars

 The Four Seasons Nevis recently launched its newest creation: a line of branded cigars in partnership with Havana Classic and On-Site Cigars Entertainment. CJ recently visited the factory in Miami’s Little Havana to get a closer look. Here’s what we ... [ Read More ]


This Caribbean Hotel Has a New Executive Chef

 A new head chef in Nevis By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Nevis’ Montpelier Plantation & Beach hotel has appointed Cristian Bassi as the resort’s new executive chef. “Chef Bassi has excelled in prominent kitchens from Italy to Egypt and distinguished himself ... [ Read More ]


How to See the Caribbean History Behind “Hamilton”

 Your own trip to Hamilton’s home island By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Sure, you could spend $1,500 on a ticket to the Broadway hit and recent GRAMMY winning play, “Hamilton.” Or you could invest just a little bit more on ... [ Read More ]


nonstop flights st kitts

 We all want to get to the Caribbean — and quickly. And that puts a premium on nonstop flights. The trouble is, it’s often not that easy to figure out how to find all the nonstop flights to a particular island. ... [ Read More ]

Above: construction at the Park Hyatt site

 The Park Hyatt St Kitts is making good progress ahead of its planned opening in late 2016. Range Developments, the UAE-based firm which is developing the project, said it is working toward a completion date by August of this year. ... [ Read More ]


 New and old ways to see the island By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Wanna know what to do in St. Kitts? Who better to ask than the CEO of the island’s tourism authority, Racquel Brown? Brown, a Jamaican, has lived ... [ Read More ]


 A new green goal By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The government of Nevis says it expects to take a huge step towards the title as what it’s calling “Greenest Place on Planet Earth” by January 2018. Nevis Deputy Premier Mark Brantley ... [ Read More ]


 Two new areas By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St Kitts is looking to go greener, and the country has two new areas of interest: wind and waste-to-energy. St Kitts Minister of Public Infrastructure Ian Liburd said officials have had discussions with ... [ Read More ]


 A new push in 2016 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The tourism sector in St Kitts and Nevis is poised to receive a “Fresh Start” in 2016, according to Prime Minister Timothy Harris. “As part of our Fresh Start Agenda, my ... [ Read More ]


 Is a transformation in the works for the capital of the Caribbean’s smallest country? St Kitts and Nevis is looking to “revitalize” its capital, Basseterre, the country’s government said this week. Work has already begun to resurface the roadways at ... [ Read More ]


 The island of Nevis has a new eatery: The Gin Trap, which is now open just off the sea in Jones Bay. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Mary Parks, who has studied in nine countries and whose training includes ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis has announced the immediate suspension of  processing of new applications for citizenship by investment from citizens and residents of Syria. In a statement, the country’s government said the changes were “made ... [ Read More ]

Paragliding above St Kitts

 The latest Caribbean Photo comes to us from Caribbean Journal reader Gus Matthews, who sent in this incredible shot taken 1,000 feet in the sky while doing powered paragliding near St Kitts’ southeast peninsula (with Nevis in the far background). ... [ Read More ]


 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor There aren’t many chefs, Caribbean or otherwise, who can say they’ve cooked for astronauts. But Michael Henville can. Cooking at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center is just one rung in a career ladder that has taken ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts is looking to strengthen its yachting sector, the country said this week. The push will be driven by the country’s luxury Christophe Harbour Marina. “We are a well-established tourism destination—our location of St ... [ Read More ]


 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis is “in the process of reviewing” the number of concessions granted to hotel developments in the twin-island federation. “At the end of the day we want development but we ... [ Read More ]


 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St Kitts and Nevis expects to welcome its one millionth cruise passenger arrival of the year later this month, according to Tourism Minister Lindsay Grant. This will be the first time in history that the twin-island federation ... [ Read More ]


 New options on the way By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Belle Mont Farm on Kittitian Hill has announced several new offerings for its planned reopening Nov. 1. The St Kitts resort development will reveal some new luxury accommodations and new dining ... [ Read More ]