A 17th-century British fort built by imported African slaves to defend St. Kitts against the French.
A city and military complex that exemplify Caribbean cities of the British colonial period in terms of their architecture and layout.
Colonial-era structures that demonstrate defensive architecture as it was adapted from European designs for a tropical environment.
A green landscape of traditional agriculture and colonial-style architecture surrounded by dramatic karst domes.
A nature reserve containing two picturesque volcanic spires along with the remains of the volcano that formed them.
A colorful, dynamic and diverse Caribbean island capital with four distinct historical districts.