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Tourism has been for many years the major catalyst for economic growth in St. Kitts and Nevis.
The Hotel Aids Act provides relief from customs duties on items brought into the country for use in construction, extension and equipping of a hotel of not less than 10 bedrooms.
In addition, hotel developers can qualify for special tax relief benefits for hotels of more than 30 bedrooms.
These hotels are exempt from income tax for 10 years.
If the hotel contains less than 30 bedrooms, gains or profits would be exempt from income tax for 5 years.
The Real Estate and Construction Sectors are booming and, there is a rush to own luxury hill-top villas and stunning beach front homes.
Why the rush? It is brand new and less expensive than most other Caribbean destinations!
St. Kitts now boast a rapidly growing Cruise Tourism Sector
Port Zante on St. Kitts is now considered a must on any cruise ship’s itinerary
Port Zante is home to an assortment of fine jewelry shops, boutiques and a marina.
St. Kitts Tourism
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