On a clear day from the mountainous island of St. Kitts, you can easily see its neighbors St. Barth, St Eustatius and its “other-half” Nevis. St. Kitts is an island surrounded by virgin dive sites, marked by massive beds of coral, overflowing with an immense variety of marine life. In many ways this island feels like it hasn’t been modernized- and that’s a good thing. Here you will be surrounded by wildlife, from playful monkeys and scurrying families of mongoose, to roaming cows, goats, and black-bellied sheep. Zip-line above or hike on the ever growing rainforest and when you are ready to take a dip, there are many beaches to enjoy.