“Do you want to ride in the spectator boat or do you want to go sailing?” asked one of the regatta’s organizers. I didn’t hesitate to answer: “Sailing!” I was on Nevis, sister island to St. Kitts, in the West Indies to attend the Booby Island Regatta & Sailing Festival.
It was nighttime when we arrived at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis on the lesser-known Caribbean island, part of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. Our drive through St. Kitts’ capital, Basseterre, to Port Zante and entry onto the Four Seasons luxury launch was one dark blur after a long day of plane flights from […]
St Martin’s French side is exactly what you’d expect of an island paradise: it’s lush, it’s green, it’s unpretentiously hip, and it’s a balmy 80 degrees just about every day of the year.
St. Kitts is 69 square miles of white-sand beaches, warm waters, and sunny skies. Christopher Columbus first spotted the Caribbean island in 1493, although St. Kitts wasn’t colonized until the British came in 1623. This kicked off a successful development of the sugar trade, thanks to the island’s strategic location. St. Kitts still specializes in […]
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When you really need to get away from it all, the island of Nevis in the West Indies should be at the top of your list. I was there to experience different styles of accommodations the rustic Caribbean island offers. A few had some unique elements or distinctive touches that made them special.
The small yet vibrant Caribbean island of Grenada boasts stunning mountainous topography, soaring waterfalls, and lush tropical rainforests—all of which are on view from Peter de Savary’s Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club. We recently discovered this boutique resort, which provides 21 luxurious suites and villas, diverse dining options, and an array of activities, from […]