Making honeymoon at the best all inclusive honeymoon destinations is every couple’s dream. But all the places cannot be equally important or can’t leave the spark into our heart despite being the most beautiful honeymoon destinations. However, some are not in our budget. Today, in this post I will be going to introduce you with another best all inclusive honeymoon destinations in the world, that is St Kitts and Navis – a dual island situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
The St Kitts and Nevis, one of the Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Destinations is famous for its cloud-shrouded mountains and beaches. The island is dominated by the dormant Mount Liamuiga volcano, home to a crater lake, green vervet monkeys and rainforest crisscrossed with hiking trails. There are many places that you can visit if you chose St Kitts and Nevis for your honeymoon destinations. Read below to know the places that you should visit while you are on your honeymoon in St Kitts and Nevis Best, otherwise missing anyone of them will mar the happiness of your honeymoon.
Brimstone Hill Fortress
It is one of the earliest of Britain’s colonies that was built to defend it. You can see its breathtaking complex just standing 240m above sea level. It was constructed in about 1690 and now houses a museum that gives a good insight soldier life and its dramatic surroundings. Brimstone is now a Unesco world heritage site and also worth climbing up a little further to Monkey Hill for the coastal views.
St Kitts Scenic Railway
The best attraction of this best all inclusive honeymoon destinations is seen from The Sugar Train. The most beautifully adorned island’s scenic railway that stretches around the coastline. The colorful double-decker train was built between 1912 and 1926. It was formerly used to transport sugar from plantations to the factory and it remained in use until 2005, when sugar production ceased. Now it is popular with cruise-ship passengers and sounds cheesy. You can enjoy the views of plantation houses, disused mills and lush vegetation.
It is situated just about a mile west of Basseterre on Old Road. This beautiful spot represents a grim moment in Kittitian history. In 1626, about 2,000 Carib Indians were slaughtered by joint French and British forces to drive the foreigners from the island and take back their native land. It is said that the blood from the slaughter ran for three days. Now there are not that many attractions that catch tourists apart from a plaque. But if you set your honeymoon at St Kitts and Nevis Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Destinations, you and your couple should not miss it. You can enjoy the islands of Saba and St Eustatius that remains the best attraction for photographs. As it is your honeymoon capturing some memories at your camera may not be a bad idea at all.
Petroglyphs, adjacent to Romney Manor One of the best tourist attractions at St Kitts and Nevis Best All Inclusive Honeymoon Destinations is its intriguing rock carvings or petroglyphs. These amazingly beautiful rock carvings were made by the original Carib inhabitants before the Europeans arrived in the 17th century. The most significant among those is two large rocks at the approach to the Wingfield Manor Estate, built adjacent to Romney Manor. It looks slightly crude, as if newly painted over in white. These rock drawings are very much authentic and some experts think they depict images of the Carib Zemi, or gods while some believe they were fertility symbols.