2. Hike to the top of Mount Liamuiga
Soaring to a whopping 1,156 meters above the Caribbean Sea in the heart of St. Kitts Island, the mighty massif of Mount Liamuiga reigns supreme as the highest peak in the federation and one of the highest in the entire region to boot.
Its ridges come dressed in great swathes of misty rainforest and lush tropical savannah, not to mention oodles of hiking trails, most of which weave out from the Belmont Estate to the colossal crater rim up top.
Treks to the tip and back typically take a whole day to complete, seeing walkers pass primeval groves of old mango trees, delve into cloud forests and take in 360-degree panoramas of the ocean, peppered with Saba and Antigua on the horizon!