Full Island Tour

Black Rocks

This tour offers a well rounded St Kitts island experience, giving you highlight after highlight, after highlight, culminating in an outstanding day to remember.

This tour visits historical Basseterre – the capital of St. Kitts, then hugging the coast, travels west to Romney Manor with its Pre-Colombian rock drawings, tropical rain forest, stunning botanical gardens and unique batik shop and sugar estate ruins known as Caribelle Batik and Wingfield Estate respectively. En-route we see the tomb of Samuel Jefferson the great-great grandfather of Thomas Jefferson the Third President of the United States of America and Black Rocks evidence of the last volcanic eruption 400 years ago.

View from Ottley's Plantation

In complete contrast, the immaculately landscaped grounds of Ottley’s Plantation Inn is spectacularly situated on 35 lush acres, set against a back drop of mist covered rain forest, host to spectacular ocean views from a landscape where the wild green vervet monkeys are often seen.

At Ottley’s Plantation there is a sensuous Mango Orchard spa retreat, a 66 foot spring fed pool and the Royal Palm restaurant – one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the Caribbean. The tour can be taken with or without Lunch.
Lunch menu is selected before the tour commences.

 

Tour Details

Cost: US$38.00 Including fees.
Duration: 3 ½ hours (without lunch). With lunch it is an additional hour.
Activity Level: Easy

*Group bookings of 10 or more get a group discounted rate unless otherwise is indicated. See individual tour pages for booking maximum.
*Please give more than 48 hours notice to ensure your booking request is available.
*A minimum of four (4) persons are required for all tours unless otherwise is indicated. For bookings of less than 4 persons contact us via contact page to discuss your package.
*For customized tours book the "Custom Tour" and indicate your preferences.
*Welcome Tours reserves the right to make changes to tours without prior notice.
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