Saint Kitts and Nevis is a twin island federation located in the northern part of the Lesser Antilles chain of islands in the Eastern Caribbean. Saint Kitts is a 20 minute flight from Antigua, Saint Barths or Saint Maarten.
A census conducted in 2011 shows that Saint Kitts and Nevis has a population of 46,204 persons (Saint Kitts’ population being 34,789 and Nevis’ population being 11,415) and a land area of 261 square kilometers (Saint Kitts being 176 square kilometers and Nevis being 85 square kilometers).
LANGUAGE & CLIMATE
The Federation’s official language is English. There is a year round tourist season thanks to its mild tropical climate. Saint Kitts is one of the most popular destinations for eco-tourism lovers.
ST. KITTS, THE FINANCIAL CAPITAL OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
The country has a stable political and economic environment. It is known for its serenity and developed infrastructure. The Federation is home to several international universities, as well as the headquarters of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange and the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission.
ECONOMIC CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT
The country attracts people from all over the world, who want to buy a second home or obtain dual or alternative citizenship. The island is ranked second among the top 10 Caribbean destinations for recreation, and fourth among the 10 best islands in the world. In the last 5 years, inflows of tourists increased by 13.4%. Saint Kitts is one of the friendliest Caribbean islands.
Saint Kitts can compete with any island in the world in terms of activities both on land and at sea – golf, cricket, tennis, horse racing, horseback riding, table tennis, mountain hiking, eco tours, excursions to historical monuments, yacht trips to nearby islands, diving and snorkeling.
Elegant restaurants offering local and European cuisine, a national park with magnificent tropical forests, unique spas, bars, casinos, duty free shops and local festivals – all of these amenities make up the hallmark of the island