Discover the ‘Hidden Gems’ of St. Kitts  with The Travel Detective Peter Greenberg

Known around the world as “The Travel Detective,” famed travel personality and TV show host Peter Greenberg recently filmed a St. Kitts episode for his weekly “Hidden Gems” video series that is now live on here:

“Securing this feature was a strategic decision to get potential travelers energized about St. Kitts by showing them attractions and activities they likely didn’t know existed but which contribute to making the island unique and distinguishing it from other destinations in the Caribbean and throughout the globe,” said Ms. Racquel Brown, CEO of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority. “These tucked away ‘gems’ are especially relevant now as travelers are seeking uncrowded places where they can feel at ease going beyond popular tourist sites. By experiencing our nature, culture, history, traditions and people, they can form a more meaningful connection with the island in ways that will create lasting memories.” 

The St. Kitts “Hidden Gems” website video feature takes viewers off the beaten tourist track and goes on a deeper expedition to uncover what makes the island the quintessential Caribbean experience – it is uncrowded and authentic with a naturally beautiful landscape, steeped in history and populated by genuinely friendly locals. Starting with a scenic drive up the coastline, Peter Greenberg highlights myriad unique sites and activities that truly showcase St. Kitts’ charm.

Photo by Asad Maldives

From the Brimstone Hill hot sauce factory where visitors can taste and help make the spicy yet delicious concoction to the historical wonders of the Wingfield Estate archaeological site once owned by the great-great-great grandfather of Thomas Jefferson, Peter Greenberg journeys into the heart of St. Kitts! He reveals hidden coves teeming with marine life and a casual roadside dinner-only restaurant that’s a favorite among locals where fisherman grill up their catch of fresh seafood from that day. Through his eyes, viewers can be amazed by the place where the waters of the deep blue Atlantic meet the turquoise Caribbean in a distinct line of frothy waves. Whether exploring the rainforest mountains on an ATV or snorkeling alongside a partly-submerged shipwreck, Peter brings the undiscovered treasures of St. Kitts vividly to life. 

To uncover these and more hidden but not-to-be-missed gems of St. Kitts, tune in to watch the full episode on Peter Greenberg’s website,, here:

Peter Greenberg’s website alone reaches over 200,000 unique visitors each month. The web feature is also being promoted to Peter’s 50,000 enewsletter subscribers and over 2.5 million social media followers as well as via St. Kitts’ own social media pages on FacebookInstagramTwitter and LinkedIn

The St. Kitts ‘Hidden Gems’ TV segment is scheduled to air to over 2.3 million viewers in the coming months as part of The Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg show on PBS-TV stations throughout the U.S. The web feature and TV segment complement Peter Greenberg’s radio broadcast from the St. Kitts Marriott Resort including local personalities that aired on his “Eye on Travel” Radio Show on Febrauary 15, 2020 and is now available as a podcast. It can also be found on Peter’s website here: 

A multiple Emmy-winning investigative reporter and producer, Peter Greenberg is America’s most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Known in the travel industry as “The Travel Detective,” he is the Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning. He also hosts the public television show The Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg, a PBS-TV series offering 40+ half-hour episodes each including a “Hidden Gems” segment that seek to empower audiences with travel news, insider tips known only to a select few, and hidden gem destinations. 

About St. Kitts
Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. Located in the northern Leeward Islands, it offers a diverse tourism product developed from the destination’s natural beauty, cultural heritage and rich history.  The island’s stunning variety of tourism attractions include hiking through the tropical rainforest, riding the scenic railway that connects the island’s former sugar plantations, visiting the Caribelle Batik factory, and touring Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the more traditional vacation pastimes available are water sports including catamaran cruises, golf, shopping, tennis, dining, gaming at St. Kitts’ exclusive casino or simply relaxing on the beach.  For more information about St. Kitts, visit

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