Follow our series of short stories and discover all you need to know about the dreamy island of a thousand treasures, St Kitts. Volume 1. sets the scene as a charming island that your customers will find hard to resist. 


Book British Airways flights to St. Kitts via your Lime Flights account between 15 April - 31 May 2019 and you will benefit from zero ticketing fees*.



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If you'd love the chance to discover your own St. Kitts story, then make sure you book British Airways flights to SKB along with seven nights accommodation by 31 May 2019 and you could be heading off on a four night trip in October 2019. Simply register your bookings below to be in with a chance.



Join the St. Kitts reward programme and earn up to £60 for every new booking you make up to 31 May 2019. Bookings must include flights and seven nights accommodation to qualify. Simply register your flights and hotel bookings on the St. Kitts rewards page. 





Sugar Bay

Ideally located in the lively
Frigate Bay area.

Belle Mont Farm

Set in 400 acres of organic farmland and lush forests.

Park Hyatt

Situated on the untouched and beautiful Banana Bay.


Located on the most popular beach on St. Kitts.

Visiting this tiny and charming Caribbean island for the first time will quite simply melt your heart. Unspoilt beauty, and secluded stretches of sandy beaches, make it the perfect place to kick back and relax. There's something special to discover around every corner – which can easily be explored in a day, and conversely can keep you enticed for a lifetime!

The love affair starts with a mouth-watering Kittitian breakfast of salted codfish whilst soaking up panoramic ocean views at The Verandah – honestly, you could sit here all day. The pretty capital city is perfect for a morning stroll before heading to some of the island's best beach spots. St. Kitts is brimming with historic sights and scenic landscapes and come the evening there's something to suit every mood, whether you fancy hitting a beach bar or indulging in a romantic dinner for two.

While you could spend all day lulling on St. Kitts’ secluded beaches, there’s so much more to do in this tropical paradise. Here’s our top five reasons to visit:

  • Soak up one of the biggest and best parties in the Caribbean at the St. Kitts Music Festival held every June.
  • Enjoy a two-hour ride on the Scenic Railway along the north coast complete with commentary, drinks and coconut cakes.
  • Huge stone battlements, a line of rusty cannons pointing out to sea and ghostly barracks, Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most remarkable historical sites in the Caribbean.
  • Enjoy an excellent hike through the lush rainforest up Mt Liamuiga, St. Kitts’ dormant volcano.
  • Zip line above the rainforest canopy on the longest of Ski Safari's zip lines at Wingfield Estate.

We’ve fallen for St. Kitts hook, line and sinker and that initial attraction will never fade. This tiny hidden gem has everything and more from delicious cuisine and a laid-back atmosphere to enchanting beaches and spectacular scenery. This unspoilt and authentic sunshine escape delivers everything you’d expect from a Caribbean vacation – and then some. An UNESCO World Heritage-listed fortress, a scenic railway, cultural events and activities aplenty from ziplines and wreck diving to rainforest hikes and a fabulous golf course. The thermometer hovers at an inviting 80°F average year-round – perfect conditions for Limin’ with the locals, whether that’s lounging on a sailboat or sipping ‘Ting with a Sting’ at a Reggae beach bar.






London Gatwick to St. Kitts with a short stop in Antigua
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from London Gatwick >

10 hours 30 minutes

Two flights per week on a Wednesday and Saturday

Boeing 777 

World Traveller
World Traveller Plus
Club World