Travel agent Heather enjoys her visit to St Kitts and Nevis

Heather Cowper- Award-winning Travel Blogger from Bristol, UK, is famous for her travelling and blogs on different destinations across the globe

UK famous travel blogger Heather Cowper enjoys her visit to St Kitts and Nevis
UK famous travel blogger Heather Cowper enjoys her visit to St Kitts and Nevis PHOTO CREDITS: TRAVEL WITH HEATHER COWPER FACEBOOK PAGE

St Kitts and Nevis: Travel agent is famous for her travelling and blogs on different destinations across the globe. She always shares exciting and interesting glimpses of the locations during her visits and engages the audience. 

Heather, through her official account-“Travel with Heather”, always remains in touch with her fans and audience. She works as an eye for her audience to see the world. 

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In her recent visit, Heather now reached St Kitts and Nevis- a beautiful twin-island Federation in the Caribbean region. She shared her one-day routine in St Kitts and Nevis as she visited the destination on Sunday. 

Firstly, She started her day with a quick walk to the beach, then breakfast at the hotel St Kitts Marriott Resort and The Royal Beach Casino. 

Heather through her official account- “Travel with Heather”, shared glimpses of her travelling to the different destinations of St Kitts and Nevis. 

After having breakfast, she was transported to the St Kitts Scenic Railway for a fabulous journey around part of the island. On her journey, Heather enjoyed the complimentary pina Coladas and stunning views. 

While sharing glimpses of the resort and Railway destination, Heather Cowper wrote, “I started the day with a quick walk to the beach, then breakfast at the hotel St. Kitts Marriott Resort and The Royal Beach Casino. We were then transported to the St. Kitts Scenic Railway for a fabulous journey around part of the island whilst enjoying complimentary pina Coladas and stunning views.” 

Her next stop to the destination was the Ramada Resort St Kitts, where she could be seen enjoying the magnificent views and cuisine. Heather Cowper further visited the Belle Month Farm and had Champagne Lunch. 

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“Next up was a visit to the Ramada Resort St Kitts and then to Belle Mont Farm for a tour of this stunning property and Champagne Lunch, “said the blogger. 

Heather Cowper further visited Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park and then went back to the hotel for a quick change, ready to go to dinner at a local restaurant.

Heather also outlined more facts about St Kitts and Nevis: Read here her perspectives on the destination. 

  • People on St Kitts are called Kittitians, and on Nevis they are called Nevisians.
  •  It’s said that St Kitts and Nevis are so fertile that even the monkeys are green. The monkey’s ancestors were the pets of 17th-century French settlers brought over from West Africa, and they have been thriving ever since.
  •  Nevis is blessed with an abundance of geothermal energy and for centuries visitors to the island have enjoyed the healing powers of the 107 F (41 C) hot springs at Bath Village.
  •  Mount Liamuiga is a 3,792 foot (1,156 metre) volcano which forms the western part of St Kitts.
  •  With just 12,000 residents, Nevis is a tranquil and untouched Caribbean destination with no traffic lights, no fast food restaurants and no building taller than a coconut tree or built above 300 metres elevation.
  • St Kitts and Nevis are home to some of the world’s best-tasting mangoes. Thanks to its uniquely balmy climate, its soil supports thousands of trees, officially boasting 44 different kinds of mango, but the locals will tell you it’s closer to 200 different varieties.
  •  From June to October, the beaches of St Kitts and Nevis are alive as sea turtles come ashore to nest. Three species of sea turtles nest on the shores of the islands: the hawksbill, the leatherback, and the green turtle. 
  • These majestic creatures journey hundreds of miles each nesting season to return to the same place where they were hatched and, under the glow of the moonlight, lay the next generation of sea turtles that will one day make the same journey.

Heather  also asked the people to contact her for more information on St Kitts and Nevis and to book their next holiday, short break or cruise.