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St. Kitts Takes Top Designation

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Written by Linda Hohnholz

AFAR’s highly-anticipated Where to Go in 2024 list includes St. Kitts as a recommended travel destination according to experts.

St. Kitts Tourism has earned recognition as an exhilarating destination to explore in AFAR’s esteemed Where to Go in 2024 compilation, a much-anticipated selection from the renowned travel media brand.

The top destinations worldwide, handpicked by AFAR’s team of editors, contributors, and experts, encompass those that strive to offer exceptional travel experiences. Among these, St. Kitts stands out as the sole Caribbean destination, with its captivating rainforests, sun-kissed beaches, and rich history intertwined with rum. Additionally, the article recognizes the remarkable Kittitian RumMaster program.

The CEO of St. Kitts Tourism Authority, Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, said:

“Being recognized as one of AFAR’s most exciting destinations to visit in 2024 is a true honor for us, especially as the Caribbean destination of choice. This acknowledgment is particularly gratifying for the local community that takes pride in crafting unforgettable experiences for travelers,” said Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, CEO of St. Kitts Tourism Authority. “St. Kitts saw extraordinary growth and success in 2023 and we are looking forward to what the future holds for the world-class destination.”

Explore the distinct and captivating 23 miles of St. Kitts. Each day presents opportunities for unique adventures, such as the Kittitian RumMaster experience where travelers can immerse themselves in the island’s rich cultural heritage and learn the art of creating spiced rum. Embrace activities like rainforest hikes, Mount Liamuiga expeditions, catamaran cruises, diving, snorkeling, and a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brimstone Hill Fortress. Stay informed by regularly checking the St. Kitts Tourism Authority website for updates and information.

Travelers may go to the St. Kitts Tourism Authority website for the most up-to-date information.

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