The Leeward Islands
The Leeward Islands are a geographical grouping of small, mostly volcanic islands in the northeastern Caribbean. They include French, Dutch and British colonies and ex-colonies and combine within a small area very varied and rich cultures. Whereas in colonial times they were nearly all sugar producers, today they rely on tourism for a large part of their foreign exchange earnings and jobs.
From luxury resorts to intimate guesthouses, gourmet restaurants to barefoot beach bars, there is a wide range of attractions on offer. Sailing, diving and other watersports are well developed and highly rewarding. Only Montserrat is not currently recommended for the average traveller.
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The Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis is the official title of the twin island state of St. Kitts-Nevis, affectionately known by...
Sister islands blending grand British tradition with West Indian plantation culture in a congenial laid back lifestyle, St. Kitts, in the...
Caribbean Star Airlines.
Windward Islands Airways.
Charters: Air Trans At/Skyservice, TNT,...
Royal Bank of Canada.
Bank of Nova Scotia.
St. Kitts & Nevis National Bank.
Bank of Nevis.
St. Kitts & Nevis are located 17.15 degrees North, 62.40 degrees West. St. Kitts is 23 mls long, encompassing an area of 68...
Restaurants available-Local. Fast food. West Indian. International. Gourmet. American. Continental. Cantonese. Chinese available....
St. Kitts Tourism Authority
St. Kitts Tourism Authority (Main Official)
Pelican Mall, Bay Road
P.O. Box 132...