Enjoy a St. Kitts Island Adventure by Land, Air and Sea

With the cold weather streak that has hit the United States in the past few months, I am pretty sure everyone wishes they were in this video. If you’re stuck in a cold place, it’s almost torture to watch how beautiful this place is!

Professional photographer James Hustler enjoys an epic vacation with friends on the Caribbean Island of St.Kitts. Bringing along his GoPro, drone, and his best adventure face, Hustler paints us a magical adventure through one of the most beautiful islands in the world.

 

Island style hiking with friends? Count me in! Image: Screenshot/YouTube.

Island-style hiking with friends? Count me in! (Screenshot/YouTube)

Palm trees, white sand, and warm ocean… What else do you need in an island get away? The island of St. Kitts is located about 1,200 miles from Miami. It’s 69 square miles of paradise, and home to about 32,000 people.

St. Kitts is home to beautiful reef which makes for some very interesting diving and snorkeling adventures! Image: Screenshot/YouTube.

St. Kitts is home to beautiful reef which makes for some very interesting diving and snorkeling adventures! (Screenshot/YouTube)

If you ever find yourself on the English-speaking island of St. Kitts, you’ll have plenty to do. There are activities for every type of adventure you’d want to go on from land, air, or sea. If you want to kayak or snorkel in the pristine reef breaks thats an option. How about a hike through beautiful mountains or riding a horse along a stretch of deserted beach? It’s all possible!

The weather on the island is hot and tropical most of the year with the driest season coming from January to April. No matter when you travel you’ll find yourself on the adventure of a lifetime.

It's the journey not the destination right? Image: Screenshot/YouTube.

It’s the journey, not the destination, right? Image: Screenshot/YouTube.

Don’t take my word for it—check out this video and get major travel anxiety so you can start planning your next vacation today!

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