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St Kitts and Nevus - first time next week- questions

Old Mar 12, 23, 7:45 pm
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St Kitts and Nevus - first time next week- questions

3 of us (adults) will be staying at Mariott St Kitts Beach Club from next week Sat March 18 - for a week

Questions -

should we rent a car or not
Without a car - what tours to take? with a car - I guess the only tours to take are to Nevis, maybe snorkeling, and Mount Limauiga volcano hiking tour?
What are the must see attractions - both islands?
Any advice on shopping? restaurants/night life? Beaches?

​​​​​​How strenuous is the volcano tour? I am 68- not totally sedentary - I can walk level ground for many km- but I can not keep up when trails are 30 degrees incline or more up a mountain.

Will it be sunny? Rainy at times?
Can we see turtles on St Kitts or Nevis?
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Old Apr 7, 23, 8:46 am
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Rent a car for the day - you can see the whole island. There used to be a Hertz right inside the hotel
Do take a tour to Nevis (or go independently)

There are several excellent restaurants right outside the Marriott as well a 5 min walk exiting left.
The beach by the Marriott is pretty good, you dont really need to venture anywhere else for that
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