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Black Rocks

Atlantic coast | Outside town of Sadlers, St. Kitts
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Hardened lava formations at the base of coastal cliffs.
  • Excellent36%
  • Very good39%
  • Average20%
  • Poor5%
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“island tour” (27 reviews)
“local vendors” (7 reviews)
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Atlantic coast | Outside town of Sadlers, St. Kitts
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Atlantic coast | Outside town of Sadlers, St. Kitts
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped here on our private tour of the island. Was surprised to see the volcanic rock formation...and even more surprised to see the black sand! Was absolutely worth the drive!

Thank Michel d D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had to cut througth the bush to get to the Black Rocks but cuts, scraps and ant bites to get there for view was worth it!

Thank Valerie S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Amazing formation left when the volcano erupted over 300 years ago, several small shops around to buy little knick knacks, much different than it was 4 years ago. You can no longer walk further out to get some amazing pictures of the Black Rocks but...More

Thank 02Monica
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It’s a lovely island. Worth doing an island tour. Plenty to see. Both coast line and inland. Tour buses very helpful, and informative

Thank synnydee
Reviewed 13 December 2017

We saw these rocks while we were on the Scenic Railway Train. We were definitely not blown away by the beauty of the landscape.

Thank Guy9120
Reviewed 1 December 2017

Stopped here as part of our day trip around the island. Great place to take some panoramic pics and get something to drink. After that it's just a tourist trap that has several little shacks that sell the usual trinkets. Our taxi driver warned us...More

Thank Island_Highlander
Reviewed 2 November 2017

It was beautiful but after all it is just a black rock coastline. The souvenir stands are 3-4 little shacks with nothing different than we saw at the stores near the ship. It does have bathrooms which is a plus if on a long tour....More

Thank IHave5
Reviewed 24 August 2017

An area of rugged,crude igneous rocks,jutting out of the sea. These rocks were formed as a result of a volcanic eruption over 400 years ago. Primal nature

Thank henry252
Reviewed 5 August 2017

The black volcanic rocks are certainly neat to see, but this place is a tourist trap. There are locals who are very pushy, carrying monkeys and putting them onto you (targeting kids) and wanting money, especially for photos. Of all the places on the islands...More

Thank lionfan91
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Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

During a drive round the island, had a stop here. Good scenery, a stall selling a few bits for tourists. Worth a quick stop.

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