Price includes return flights, private return transfers, 7 nights in 5-Star Belle Mont Farm, ATOL protection, and a free £280 donation to charity.
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Belle Mont Farm is set among 400 acres of organic farmland and lush forests at the foothills of Mount Liamuiga. Step onto your private veranda and take in views of the lush green tropical forest tumbling to the Caribbean Sea below.
Choose your preferred accommodation among a collection of private one-bedroom Guesthouses and larger Farmhouses, each carefully crafted in harmony with the tropical landscape.
Guesthouses are uniquely designed with open verandas on two sides, a porch or pool deck with breathtaking views of the forest and the Caribbean Sea and a private bathroom veranda with a rainwater shower and freestanding bathtub. The spacious Farmhouses are built around a grand central pavilion and professional kitchen.
Sustainability is a way of life in St. Kitts, and the island is striving to be a leader in the Caribbean by protecting its natural resources and honouring its biodiversity. The Central Reserve Rainforest encompasses a quarter of the island, making it a significant natural treasure, and thanks to a successful rainforest regeneration programme and careful controls on development, this is one of the only rainforests in the world that’s expanding. Apart from its crucial role in combating climate change through CO2 absorption, St. Kitts’ rainforest offers extraordinary opportunities for active adventures, ranging from invigorating hikes and thrilling ziplining to immersive tours and farm-to-table dining experiences. Read more here.
Start your day with a challenging hike through the misty cloud forest to Mount Liamuiga’s crater, offering breathtaking views of the dormant volcano. Reward yourself with a relaxing massage at Belle Mont Farm afterwards. In the evening, enjoy a delectable dinner at Sprat Net Bar & Grill, known for its Caribbean-inspired surf and turf dishes with ocean views.
Explore Basseterre, a friendly and laid-back town with charming gingerbread-trimmed pastel cottages. Discover the island’s rich history and iconic landmarks during a leisurely morning stroll. Visit the Caribelle Batik Store in Old Road Town to learn about Batik fabrics and try making your own. Afterward, head to Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy a beachfront lunch at Arthur’s in Dieppe Bay.
Embark on an adventurous zipline tour through the rainforest, experiencing speeds of up to 80km/h. Alternatively, take a leisurely ride on the Sugar Train along the restored scenic railway, once used to transport sugar cane. In the afternoon, volunteer with the Rail to Trail project or join a beach clean-up to contribute to conservation efforts.
Participate in a tour organized by the St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network (SKSTMN), a community-based organization that monitors sea turtle nesting and populations while advocating for their protection. Assist the team with monitoring activities and learn more about their conservation efforts.
Take a 45-minute ferry from Basseterre to Nevis, St. Kitt’s sister island, boasting vibrant green landscapes, blue skies, and serene, uncrowded beaches. Embrace the slow pace of life on Nevis and relax amidst its tranquil beauty.
Visit Liamuiga Natural Farm for an unforgettable tour, where you can enjoy pure air, organic food, and a peaceful escape from everyday life. Indulge in a breakfast platter, explore the farm, and savour a delightful three-course meal.
Enrol in the Kittian Rummaster Certification Programme, a unique opportunity to learn about distilling rum, creating rum cocktails, and identifying flavour profiles. Afterward, relish your last taste of authentic Caribbean Cuisine with a delicious lunch at Spice Mill before heading back home.
Price is correct as of 19/07/2023
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