The larger of the two, St. Kitts divides naturally into two halves. The north is mountainous and home to picturesque villages and former sugar plantations. The south of the island is more developed and is best place to enjoy the island’s beaches. The most popular with locals is Frigate Bay South, which houses the area’s main tourist hotels and is home to The Strip – an avenue of beachfront bars and restaurants that offer a relaxed atmosphere by day and a vibrant entertainment scene by night.
Sand Bank beach on the south-east peninsula has white sand, a private beach club, and just a scattering of houses behind it. Nearby, Turtle Beach is perfect for swimming and snorkeling, where schools of dazzling fish swimming can be seen frolicking around its coral reef. The solitude and privacy offered by both islands also attracts many distinguished guests. It would certainly not be outside the realm of possibility to run into Sylvester Stallone or Oprah in an aisle at the local store.
The main benefit of applying for St Kittian citizenship under the citizenship by investment program is visa free travel to over 151 countries worldwide including the United Kingdom and Europe’s Schengen Area.