Kittitian Hill offers ‘staycation,’ not a vacation in place

Wide-angle view of the Kittitian Hill Resort.
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— Kittitian Hill, a hotel resort located at Belle Mont Farm, set among 400 acres of organic farmland and the lush forests at the foothills of Mount Liamigua in St. Paul’s, is offering a “staycation” for citizens and residents living on St. Kitts and on Nevis.

Director of the National Emergency Operations Centre, Abdias Samuel, told the Cabinet that Kittitian Hill was approved for a “staycation.”

A staycation is defined as a vacation spent in one’s home country rather than abroad, or one spent at home and involving day trips to local attractions.

Kittitian Hill is not offering vacation in place for international travellers, as was stated by error in the Post-Cabinet briefing of Monday, February 1.

However, locals and visitors alike who have travelled to the country and cleared the 14-day quarantine period can also take advantage of the “staycation.”

A close-up of the Kittitian Hill Resort.
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