St. Kitts is one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. More than a quarter of the island is a National Park, with a rainforest that is actually expanding in size rather than shrinking. Hidden among lush vegetation, discover cascading waterfalls, chattering monkeys, scurrying families of mongoose, swinging vines, and hidden trails. Hike through the Valley of Giants, zip line through the forest canopy, and climb up to sit on Sofa Rock, once the very cap of a volcano. Then be guided 100 feet down to its steaming crater floor. Admire restored plantation homes and vast sugarcane fields that kiss the shoreline. In St. Kitts, the water is deepest closer to shore, so you won’t have far to go to snorkel along the perfect reef.