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|1||Sulfur Mountain Fortress National Park||The Sulphur Mountain Fortress National Park (Brimstone Hill Fortress|
National Park), located in the Commonwealth of Saint Kitts and Nevis
in the Eastern Caribbean Sea, is one of the UNESCO World Heritage
sites. Designed by British Army engineers and built and maintained
by African slaves, they are the best preserved historic fortifications in
the Americas. Due to its strategic layout and its architectural structure,
the fort was well preserved and became a typical example of castles in
the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
|2||The Central Forest Reserve National Park||St. Kitts and Nevis have beautiful beaches and mountains, and lush rainforests.|
To protect biodiversity, areas above 1,000 feet. It has been declared a
national forest reserve. It is very interesting that this unique lush rainforest described as the American ocean rainforest that is expanding rather than
shrinking is the case for most of the world. If you are essentially an
explorer and enjoy hiking, the Central Forest Reserve National Park
has exciting trails to explore.
|3||Fairview Big House and Botanical Garden||The Fairview Grand Mansion & Botanical Gardens were built by the French in |
1707 is located on the foothill knoll of Mount Olivia. Over two acres, the
property has been restored and is now open to all visitors to enjoy its
overflowing charm and beauty. Lovely, elegant French villas with classical
furniture and historical decorations.
|4||The Nevis Historical Museum||The Nevis Historical Museum, located in St. Kitts and in Charlestown, |
Nevis is a strong testament to the island’s rich history. The museum
building was built in 1680 and is now known as the Hamilton House,
named after Alexander Hamilton, an American politician, military member,
and legal professional. The museum is on the first floor of the building,
while the Nevis Island Council is on the second floor.
|5||Nevis Botanical Garden||Located in Mount Nevis, the Nevis Botanical Garden is located near Charles|
The town is home to vibrant tropical flowers, orchid platforms, water lily pools, fountains, exotic birds, spectacular art, and more. The garden covers 5
acres and also includes a tropical vineyard, offering visitors the opportunity to relax and enjoy the beauty.
|6||Romney estate||The historic Romney Estate is on 8 acres on the old Bastel Road in St. Kitts and Nevis. Today, this beautiful estate boasts tranquil gardens and courtyards. You must notice that the largest creature in St. Kitts, the Saman Tree, is also located on the Romney estate.|
|7||Independent square||Independence Square, formerly known as Por Square, is located in Bastel, Saint Kitts. The square was modeled like the Union flag. Over time, Independence|
Square has changed, from ranches to slave markets to parade grounds for military exercises, and it is now an active venue for a variety of cultural events
throughout the year. The Independence Square in St. Kitts has also been the residence of many celebrities, including Doris Wall, Sir Morris Davis,
Professor Brian King, and many others.
|8||Sprner cotton mill||Was the last remaining gin mill in the area, which previously had a sugar|
mill, which eventually became a ginning mill as the property changed hands. Today, the ruins of the Spooner Gill stand tall, becoming a strong testament
to St. Kitts and Nevis A & M era.
|9||The St. Kitts Ecological Park||Saint Kitts and Nevis Federation worked with Taiwan to build the Saint Kitts Ecological Park. The ecological park is the result of three years of continuous efforts and is a shining example of the cultural integration of the two countries. St Kitts Eco-Park, commonly known locally as “Little Taiwan”, has an interesting flora in the shape of the Taiwanese flag. Furthermore, the eco-park consists of herbs, beautiful flowers, and a series of tropical trees.|
|10||circus troup||Independence Square, formerly known as Por Square, is located in Bastel, Saint Kitts. The square was modeled like the Union flag. Over time, Independence Square has changed —— from ranches to slave markets to parade grounds for military exercises, and it is now an active venue for multiple cultural events throughout the year. The Independence Square in St. Kitts has also been the residence of many celebrities, including Doris Wall, Sir Morris Davis, Professor Brian King, and many others.|
|11||Warner Park||The Warner Park Sports Centre, named after Sir Thomas Warner, the explorer who founded the first British colony in St Kitts, was a stadium in St Kitts Bastel and one of the home grounds of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. The complex also has a football field that can accommodate 3,500 fans. In addition, athletic facilities include tennis courts, volleyball courts, a cricket academy, and open spaces where carnivals are held.|
|12||Cote Church||Cotter Church, located on Nevis Island, is a quaint small Anglican church, built in 1824 by John Cotter. This beautiful church sits in a forest, and its ruins are now a popular tourist destination and the perfect backdrop for weddings on the island.|
|13||Banana bay||Banana Bay is a secluded Caribbean beach on the southeastern peninsula of Saint Kitts. The calm water, the soft golden sand beach, and the tall coconut trees swaying in the breeze all make the beach of Banana Bay a quiet and romantic escape place for those who have long lived in the city. Visitors can take a leisurely walk, dive, or swim quietly while enjoying the beauty of Nevis across the strait. Since there are no water sports operators on this beach, be sure to bring your own diving equipment if you plan to do your diving.|
|14||St. George’s English Church||St. George’s English church is the first English church built in St. Kitts. It used to be the Catholic Church – the Church of Notre Dame, which was burned by British soldiers during the British French hegemony in 1760. In 1710, the church was rebuilt into an English Church, named St. George’s English Church. In 1763, everyone burned down the church again, and then a series of earthquakes and hurricanes destroyed the church from 1831 to 1843. In October 1844, water poured into the foundation of the church, which was rebuilt in March 1859. Seven years later, a fire completely destroyed the whole baster city.|