The dual Caribbean islands of St. Kitts and Nevis are poles apart. St Kitts is an intoxicating, vibrant and lively island where the capital Basseterre is positively hopping. Nevis, on the other hand, is calm and tranquil but somehow it’s ready for something to happen with its super road infrastructure but, as yet, no cars. Taken as a whole, St Kitts and Nevis represent the perfect twin island destination and we can think of few more pleasant places anywhere in the world.
There are four golf courses evenly distributed between St Kitts and Nevis and two should be added immediately to any serious golfers must-play list. The Robert Trent Jones golf course at Pinney’s Beach has put Nevis firmly on the golfing map and the revamped Royal St Kitts Golf Club with three holes next to the Atlantic and two alongside the Caribbean is a cracker. If you are looking for a less serious challenge, and have an hour or two to while away, we suggest a round of golf on the short 12-hole par three course at Cat Ghaut, Nevis. It’s guaranteed to put a wide smile on your face.
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