Our award winning panoramic, full island tour is a must-do if you're in port for the day or visiting for a few days. All island tours include the following points of interest: National Museum, Berkeley Memorial, Independence Square, various churches on the island, The Birds Nest, Bloody Point, Carving Of De Rocks, Wingfield Plantation and the start of the rainforest. We'll stop at the botanical gardens at Romney Manor, home of Caribelle Batik. From there we continue to Brimstone Hill Fortress, the only UNESCO world heritage site in the Caribbean. We then stop at the Black Rocks with some amazing rock formations. We carry on to the Southern Peninsula where the breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean on your left and the Caribbean Sea on your right is a site not to be missed. This tour lasts 3.5-4 hours.
This tour picks you up from your hotel (if applicable) and meets at Port Zante, where we board our well-maintained, air conditioned vans. We make way through the center of town, pointing out the Berkeley Memorial and home of the circus, reminiscent of Piccadilly Square. We continue to Independence Square, formerly called Pal Mal Square, where the slaves were bought and sold in public auction back in the 1600 and 1700's. Your guide will point outt the Catholic Cathedral and the Anglican church, dating back to 1670. We drive by the War Memorial, The Birds Nest, Bloody Point, Carving Of De Rocks, Wingfield Estate and an old sugar plantation dating back to the 1700's. We'll explore the property and the still-standing buildings and read up the how sugar was produced. Next, we go to the start of the rain forest and to Romney Manor, home of the botanical gardens and Caribelle Batik. We have a half hour to walk the grounds and take in the stunning photo opportunities. After a stop in Romney Manor, we'll make way to the Brimstone Hill Fortress, the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Eastern Caribbean, where you have 45 minutes to explore this magnificent site. The Black Rocks on the Atlantic side of the island is next. We take in this natural phenomenon where the lava from the volcano erupted and made its way to the Atlantic Ocean.The last stop is Timothy Hill, the most photographed site of the island. This is where you have the Atlantic Ocean on your left and the Caribbean Sea on the right. No trip to St Kitts is complete until you view this breathtaking spot.