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Have you ever heard of a Caribbean country called St. Kitts and Nevis? Don’t worry if you haven’t, because this one of those tiny island countries which are not much in the news. And because of that and the fact that it is probably one of the most beautiful places on our planet, it is definitely worth paying a visit. Just imagine palm-shaded beaches, dormant volcanoes, incredible historical legacy and beauteous mountains and you’ll get the picture. Now, have a look at this wonderful resort called Kittitian Hill and tell us you are not tempted to jump onto the first plane to St. Kitts and Nevis.

Aerial view of St-Kitts

Kittitian Hill is a complex that comprises of luxury villas, boutique hotels, one of the best golf courses in the world and a spa. The resort is the brainchild of Val Kempadoo whose vision was to “bring together community and culture, along with mindful conservation and natural resources.” “This means that we can offer our guests an unforgettable experience, while brining lasting, life-changing benefits to the local people and economy”, says Kempadoo. Tourism with a purpose at its best!

Kittitian Hills Resort pool

So, what does Kittitian Hill offer? How about staying at Belle Mont Farm which is set among 400 acres of organic farmland, at the foot of Mount Liamuiga? It has a wonderful and spacious veranda with the stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and a 100-foot-long infinity pool.

Room at the Kittitian Hills Resort

Or maybe staying at Yaya Groves is more your thing? Yaya Groves are private three- or four-bedroom villas stocked with a selection of finest wines and drinks chosen by the resort’s sommelier. If you are an avid cook, you can choose to cook for yourself at the villa or invite the resort’s culinary team to cook for you. The villas have floor-to-ceiling windows and you don’t even have to guess how stunning the views are here. The Yaya Groves villas also feature rainwater showers and freestanding baths with organic toiletries.

Kittitian Hills Resort bathtub

If you are an adventurous type, you can explore the lush tropical forest on foot or on a bike. You will discover scenic paths that go through sugar cane fields and pastures. If you are more of the beach bum type, then we suggest you take a swim, followed by a nap on the beach and a ride with the resort’s golf carts back to the hotel. Either way, this is the place to indulge and pamper yourself! [via]

St-Kitts and Nevis scenery and mountains

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