Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park is one of the most visited spots on St. Kitts, a UNESCO World Heritage site for picture snapping tourists and those who want a panoramic view of the island. There are volcanoes on Saint Kitts — none active — the tallest point is over almost 3,800 ft. at the former Mount Misery volcano, known today as Mt. Liamuiga. The island’s most notable architectural influences are French and British mixes with some lovely, old structures from the 17th century. Several Great Houses, a beautiful name for a luxury hotel, offer one-stop delights combining the wild, island beauty of botanical gardens and handsome, restful quarters for a relaxing stay.