Wednesday, January 29, 2014


An aerial view of an old sugar plantation in St. Kitts from Temsco Helicopters

Black rocks on the coastline of St. Kitts

Azure waters of St. Kitts from the air

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of

The colourful creations at Caribelle Batik in St. Kitts

South Friars on the southeastern peninsula of St. Kitts

A beautiful drink at Ottley's Plantation Inn

The Marriott St. Kitts and Nevis Hotel at Frigate Bay

A typical lunch complete with local pepper sauce and rum punch in St. Kitts

Hiking to the top of Mount Liamuiga shrouded in mist

A sweeping view of the coastline from the St. Kitts Scenic Railway

Abandoned sugar cane field as seen from aboard St. Kitts Scenic Railway

A vendor selling produce at the market in St. Kitts

An historical building in Charlestown, Nevis

The colours of the Caribbean - vibrant and invigorating - in Charlestown, Nevis

A typical scene of Nevis as viewed from the ATV of Funky Monkey tours

Another amazing view of the topography of Nevis as viewed from the ATV of Funky Monkey tours

The sky from inside an old sugar mill in Nevis

Part of the supporting buildings of an old sugar mill in Nevis

Many old sugar mills dot the landscape of Nevis

The Mount Nevis Hotel with a spectacular view of the island and neighbouring St. Kitts in the distance and the immaculate grounds in the foreground

The Four Seasons Resort Nevis Spa (massages are given in these cute colonial style buildings)

A dish from dinner at Montpelier plantation and Beach Pool


A panorama of The Mount Nevis Hotel poolside

Oualie Beach, a short drive from the Mount Nevis

Sunset view at The Mount Nevis Hotel

One of CSL’s teams is just back from the sister island federation of St. Kitts and Nevis: roaming goats, monkeys outnumbering inhabitants, sweeping views, helicopter rides, crumbling sugar mills, buildings that once belonged to Sam Jefferson II, the great great great grandfather of Thomas Jefferson (3rd President of U.S.A.), colourful colonial buildings, friendly people, rum punch, dormant volcanoes and much more – this is one Caribbean gem of a destination where you can still be the only person on the beach.

Look for more in the Summer 2014 issue of City Style and Living Magazine. 

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Anonymous said...

The picture you have captioned as Cockleshell is actually South Friars:) Nice photos

City Style and Living said...

Thank you for the note, this has been rectified.

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