Saint Kitts and Nevis is a country made up of two islands on the eastern edge of the Caribbean Sea, on the border with the Atlantic. Like most Caribbean islands, Saint Kitts and Nevis boast beautiful beaches and a generally heavenly ambiance. On these islands, the population was mainly engaged in sugar cane cultivation, but sugar production almost stopped after years of decline. Manufacturers have reoriented themselves to other products, and tourism has emerged as the mainstay of the economy. Large sugar cane plantations became luxury hotels, and it turned out that visitors adore the unusual ambiance in which they stay.