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We will be on the Harmony, May 2020. Not sure what to do there.   Is there anything walking distance in port to do.  MAYBE a excursion— my husband and I are in middle 60’s.  We might consider going to a beach or something relaxing.     

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Unless you have physical limitations that would prevent it, i highly recommend the zip-lining excursion. My wife is afraid of heights, and even she had a good time, and said she would do it again without hesitation. The view is awesome as you glide above the treetops.  If this is something that's on your "bucket list", I can't imagine a better place than St. Kitts to do it. :classic_smile:

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There'll be vans at the port offering round-the-island excursions. Don't take the cheapest (around $10 - $12), the marginally more expensive ones will give you a good tour ending with swim-time on a beach so take your beach gear.


The Sugar Train is only available thro the ship, and half of the journey is by van. Quite expensive and no great sight-seeing, but those who've done it say it had a great atmosphere.


JB :classic_smile:

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Another vote for Carambola Beach Club - and you may want also consider Cockleshell Beach.  Both easily (and reliably) reached and returned on your own by inexpensive cab. Both a la carte for chairs, umbrellas, and food and both - in particular Cockleshell - very reasonable $. Cab stand about two blocks down on the right off the pier.  Google them for more info.

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@momperson2  Howdy! emo22.gif Thank you for your new thread on the Ask a Cruise Question forum! 👍


Since your thread is regarding a specific port, I have moved your thread to the Ports of Call - Caribbean - St. Kitts & Nevis forum where it will be on topic. While you are here, please browse through the other threads looking for those related to things to do and hopefully within walking distance. You'll find your fellow Cruise Critic members have probably already posted questions and received answers regarding things to do that will interest you.


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