St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis could offer the perfect wedding destination for you and your partner. The group of islands are peaceful, secluded and most importantly romantic. They offer everything that wedding couples want and deserve.

While the islands are more commonly referred to as St. Kitts and Nevis, they are actually called the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis. Located in the West Indies, the twin-island country is part of the larger Leeward Islands formation. St. Kitts is the larger of the two islands, but that does not take away from the beauty and romance that Nevis is able to offer. Nevis is just two miles southeast of its larger partner, separated by “The Narrows.”

Why Is St. Kitts and Nevis Perfect for Your Destination Wedding?

While you want a beautiful location, what makes St. Kitts and Nevis perfect? After all, there are so many other options, right? One of the best things about the twin-island country is that it offers something for everyone. There are simple beach weddings, strict Roman Catholic services and many other options available on the island. You don’t need to make compromises.

St. Kitts is one of the favorites for destination weddings. Mt. Liamuiga, a dormant volcano, lies in the mountain range, covering much of the center of the island. There is also a beautiful tropical rain forest to offer you something different for your wedding photos. You will soon feel the romantic atmosphere around you when you step onto the island.

Nevis offers beautiful and luxurious beaches. It is the most peaceful of the two islands, and perfect for a day of relaxation. You could opt for the ceremony on one of the more private beaches and then take the rest of the party to St. Kitts.

The islanders love their festivals and enjoy a party. Some of the festivals include the Carnival between December 18 and January 3, the St. Kitts Music Festival and Nevis’ Culturama

What Do You Know From St. Kitts and Nevis?

The twin-island country is best known for its hosting of the cricket World Cup. It is the smallest country to ever have that chance. The country loves its cricket, and Runako Morton played for the West Indies cricket team.

Another athlete from the country is Kim Collins. He took gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Commonwealth Games before that and the World Championships before that for the 100m race. He was also part of the 4x100m relay team that took bronze at the 2011 world championships and represented his country at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the same race.

Kathryn Bertine also attempted to represent the country in the 2008 Olympics in cycling. She switched to that from figure skating, and is also a writer and triathlete. Unfortunately, she failed to qualify but her story made international news.

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General Information About St. Kitts and Nevis

  • Capital: Basseterre
  • Language: English
  • Area: : 104 square miles
  • Population: 51,538 based on a 2014 estimation; 46,325 based on the 2001 census
  • Currency: East Caribbean dollar
  • Independence day: September 19