St Kitts and Nevis: St Kitts and Nevis has been nominated for four World Travel Awards in 2023. The Ministry of Tourism invited the people to vote for the destination as the voting line is open now through July 9, 2023.
My St Kitts took to Facebook and invited people to share their love for World Travel Awards in 2023. It added,” We’re excited to share that St. Kitts has been nominated for four World Travel Awards in 2023. Voting is open now through July 9, 2023.”
Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, white sand, and warm waters combine to make St Kitts one of the most magnificent spots in the Caribbean.
The four nominations of St Kitts are as follows:
- Caribbean’s Leading Adventure Tourism Destination 2023
- Caribbean’s Leading Cultural Destination 2023
- Caribbean’s Leading Dine Destination 2023
- Caribbean’s Leading Tourist Board 2023
St Kitts and Nevis is known as one of the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean region due to its stunning sights, breathtaking views, and soaking up the sun. Travellers experienced some of the best snorkeling around St Kitts and Nevis. St Kitts and Nevis may be two islands but they make one federation and are only separated by a 2 mile stretch of water.
St Kitts gave the visitors a little liquid sunshine, warm clear water, black sand and well seasoned food. The black sand comes from the ashes of the dormant volcano on Nevis, which is so close people thought they could swim to it. The locals are extremely nice, and the island retains some of its beauty by not having every single space commercialized – the mountains were green and forestry and home to wild Monkeys that visitors should only view from afar.
The tourists are treated to an unusual gift of nature at Timothy Hills where the island is exposed to both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean – it’s quite a sight. Definitely worth a return visit and a boat ride over to Nevis. If for nothing at all just to visit their port. St Kitts has the best port (shops, restaurants, bars, pool) of any the visitors have docked at.
Anglina Byron, developed a deep-seated passion for journalism. Anglina is recognized for her tenacity, strength, and unwavering commitment to delivering honest and reliable news across the Caribbean. She covers general affairs of the region.