The west side of the island borders the Caribbean Sea, and the eastern coast faces the Atlantic Ocean. St. Kitts is the larger of the two Caribbean islands that comprise the nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Saint Kitts has a population of around 45,000, the majority of whom are mainly of African descent. Residents call themselves Kittitians.
The primary language is English, with a literacy rate of approximately 98%.
Hot and tropical climate tempered by trade winds throughout most of the year. The driest period is from January to April and there is increased rainfall in summer and towards the end of the year.
The capital of the two-island nation, and also its largest port, is the town of Basseterre on Saint Kitts.
Eastern Caribbean Time Zone UTC-04:00.
The economy of Saint Kitts and Nevis has traditionally depended on the growing and processing of sugar cane; decreasing world prices have hurt the industry in recent years. Tourism, export-oriented manufacturing, and offshore banking activity have assumed larger roles. St. Kitts & Nevis uses the Eastern Caribbean dollar, which maintains a fixed exchange rate of 2.7-to-one with the United States dollar. The US dollar is almost as widely accepted as the Eastern Caribbean dollar.
St. Kitts is easily reached from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and rest of Europe. A wide range of international scheduled airlines and charter carriers serve the island regularly. A second weekly flight has just been added by British Airways from London-Gatwick Airport.
You can travel visa free or you will receive visa upon arrival in more than 100 countries, such as EU, Switzerland, Norway, UK, Canada, Hong Kong. You need to apply for a visa before visiting the United States, however, being a St. Kitts national will make this process easier and once approved, you will be issued a 10-year multiple entry visa.
The investment has to be made when you submit your application.
English language knowledge is not a requirement for applying for the St. Kitts Economic Citizenship Program.
It is not a requirement to visit the island. You can collect the passport from our office, we can mail it out to you or you can collect it at any St. Kitts embassy or consulate around the world.