Basseterre’s small, protected harbor is its most distinctive physical feature. The city itself is dived into two main areas, The Circus, which is geared towards tourists, and Independence Square, which contains the cathedral, courthouse and most of the older buildings. As the cultural and commercial center of the Federation, there are an assortment of iconic regional businesses, breweries, craft markets, museums, monuments, heritage sites, eateries and pubs. Points of interest include St. George's Anglican Church, which has endured fires, demolition, and hurricanes since 1670, the National Museum, Fort Thomas, and the Springfield Cemetery and Chapel.
St. Kitts very beautiful. My Island Tour was the best experience of all. Very friendly people. Motorists displayed much courtesy to pedestrians. My guide Osquin Morton, now my friend, was the greatest. Thank you St. Kitts for the pleasant memories. I will return and recommend you to friends. Milton Douglas.
I enjoyed my tour of St Kitts, a really beautiful island. Our tour guide was very informative and pointed out a lot of interesting features. I would love to spend a week on the island in the future.
We really enjoyed our excursion. The people were very friendly and informative,and did what we were supposed to do. Our ship had to change its itinerary which put us in port on a different day. When I called to verify the change, it did not go well, but when we got to St.Kitts everything went as planned. Dock people were extremely helpful and had everything under control. Even the people there not with your company were very,very helpful.
Transportation around the city and surrounding area is accessible and affordable, with 5 bus lines servicing the Ferry Terminal, local colleges, and other significant destinations.