Great food is never far away in St Kitts - an island whose cuisine is at the core of its reinvention, a decade after the sugar factories closed for good. Today, rum, reggae and dining by the beach are drawing the crowds...

As we drive to Kittitian Hill from the airport we are treated to a beautiful Caribbean sunset as we pass St John's Anglican Church, Bellevue area, St Kitts.
Built on the old sugar plantation of Kittitian Hill, Belle Mont Farm is the concept of the visionary Val Kempadoo, who intends to introduce St Kitts first edible golf course and farm to table dinning experience.
Chef Christophe Letard, Kititian Hill.
Lunch of Pot Fish in the Kitchen at Kititian Hill, St Kitts.
Kititian Hill's extremely knowledgeable Nurseryman, Winston Lake.
Foraging with Tarafi, chief gardener at Belle Monte Farm, Kititian Hill. Here we have Red Ocra, Aubagine, Maringa Leaves & Timbalos.
Downtown in sleepy capital, Basseterre after a brief shower on Saturday morning, St Kitts.
Basseterre really comes alive on a Friday evening, here is Judah in his Ital veggie rastafarian take-away.
Friday Evening Vibe at a Veg Stall along the sea front in Basseterre.
Rastafarian farmer Judah Fari, is happy to show us around his farm and shop, Ital Creation, Basseterre.
Peninsular views, looking across from St Kitts towards Nevis.
Inside the immaculately kept B&B, Rock Haven at Frigate Bay, St Kitts.
St Kitts is littered with abandoned sugar plantations.
Greg's Safaris is a great way to see the island. Along the way locals stop to show us some Cashew Nuts they'v picked while out walking, Abandoned Plantation, St Kitts.
Greg's Safaris show's us some of the stunning views of St Kitts and Nevis from the gardens on top of Barefoothill.
Watching the Sunset, with Sundowners at Salt Plage, Peninsula, St Kitts.
Room with a view at The Pavilion, Peninsula, St Kitts.
The Pavilion at Christophe Harbour, St Kitts.
View across to Nevis from Shipwreck Beach Bar, St Kitts.
Fish of the day, "Old Wife" at Ottley Plantation Inn, St Kitts.
The big house, Ottley Plantation Inn, St Kitts.
Once used to transport the sugar cane St Kitts scenic railway is now a great way to see the island.
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