On this half day trip, you’ll whizz around the island in an open-top safari vehicle. First, you’ll be whisked through the bustling capital city, Basseterre, before arriving at Romney Manor – the oldest colonial plantation on the island of St Kitts. These days it’s the home of Caribelle Batik, a fabric shop which uses an Indonesian technique of wax-resist dyeing. You’ll get to see a demonstration of the batik process, and enjoy the botanical gardens at the mansion. As you continue your safari around the island, you’ll tick off some more cultural points of interest, including Old Road Village, Middle Island, and the world-famous Brimstone Hill Fortress. Your next stop will be Gibbon’s Hill, where you’ll watch the waves colliding as the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea meet. The last part of your trip will begin at the Black Rocks. Here, you’ll have some time to relax and enjoy some refreshments, as well as the fantastic view of the dormant Mount Liamuiga volcano. Your final stop will be Timothy Hill – a popular lookout point for Frigate Bay, which is one of the most popular, golden-sand beaches in St Kitts.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.