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Going to St. Kitts, through RCI. They have 37 excursions to choose from.  Any advice? What would you do your first time?  We like beaches, short hikes, scenery.

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James Javin sounds like what you need. They go to several places to see the sites, hike in the rainforest, then at the volcano black rocks beach, feed you and then the beach. Those that want to snorkel, they take you there while the others are at the beach, then you meet up with them after snorkeling. I have a complete review in my signature line if you are interested. There's TONS of pictures.

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19 hours ago, Thisguylikestocruise said:

Going to St. Kitts, through RCI. They have 37 excursions to choose from.  Any advice? What would you do your first time?  We like beaches, short hikes, scenery.

 

Forget "click on my site", as every known beach is overrun with T'erds, and every land trip to "places of interest" will be overrun with tourists.

If you want scenery, and a better day out, take a Ship's Catamaran Trip to Nevis, as it will include a gentle sail, a snorkel, a beach BBQ on Nevis where you can walk and explore, and an abundance of drinks

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Absolutely no need or should you feel the necessity of booking with the cruiseline. Lot's of great private group tour companies...we did a tour with Thenford Gray.

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We are also going for the first time...and are thinking about Mad Maxx dune buggy tours...Looks like a lot of fun...and we will be seeing lots of beautiful sites! 

 

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We have done the Marriott day pass 2x, rented a car and drove around island 2x, climbed mt. Liamiuga, shipwreck bar 4x, snorkel boat trip small group from carambola, and are trying nevis in January. My favorite of all was mt liamiuga. Followed by renting a car for the day twice and just exploring brimstone, northern part of island... I really love st. Kitt and I always find something to do. There really is no need to do a RCCL excursion. If you like hiking and beaches and just exploring, I really would research the area online, read reviews, then pinpoint 2 areas of interest, someplace for lunch, then a beach, and rent a car. St. Kitt is very easy to navigate. 

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