No one island hops quite like the fugitive Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho.
Low, 37 – widely known as Jho Low – is accused of corruption, bribery and money-laundering by law enforcement agencies in several countries in connection with the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) financial scandal.
Reports last week said that Low was believed to be heading for islands in the Caribbean – specifically Saint Kitts and Nevis, where he reportedly holds citizenship.
Located between Barbados and Puerto Rico, the country relies heavily on tourism for its economy, which is no surprise considering its breathtaking scenery, stellar beaches and sunny climate.
It is an ideal getaway destination and these Instagram photos are proof of that.
1. The Pink Salt Pond, which gets its colour from krill shrimps
This is where I will be all week, at the beautiful @ParkHyattStKitts on St. Kitts, the surrounding area has so much beauty that I had to take a drone shot to really show you all of it. You also see the Pink Salt Pond on the other side of the hill (the bright pink color comes from its abundance of krill shrimp).
A post shared by Scott Eddy (@mrscotteddy) on Jun 26, 2018 at 9:54am PDT
2. A never-seen-that colour blue
What was the BEST vacation you ever took? . . . . . . . #dji #djiphantom4 #djiphantom #djiphantom4pro #djiphantom #drone #dronestagram #dronephotography #droneshot #dronefly #dronesdaily #droneshots #dronepic #dronepilot #droneworld #dronelife #fodorsonthego #droner #dronegram #dronepilots #droneoftheday #dronephoto #dronepics #dronenerds #droneview #dronepointofview #dronecam #dronejunkie #stkitts #stkittsandnevis
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3. Where the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet
4. Beach, please!
5. There are a handful of luxury resorts from which to choose
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6. Bonus points: the night sky
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7. Discover a different side to the island via the St Kitts Scenic Railway
8. Destination wedding, anyone?
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9. Britain’s Prince Harry was there – to commemorate the St Kitts' forest joining Queen Elizabeth’s Commonwealth Canopy – an initiative for all 53 Commonwealth nations to contribute areas of indigenous forest to be preserved in perpetuity.
"I feel so incredibly lucky to be visiting St Kitts and Nevis on behalf of The Queen. The forests we see behind us are truly amazing - thank you for contributing them to @QueensCanopy." Prince Harry unveils St Kitts and Nevis' dedication to The @QueensCanopy at Central Forest Reserve National Park #RoyalVisitStKitts
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10. Here's an Instagram-worthy spot
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11. This could be you
12. If you are up for it, so is Mount Liamuiga, a 3,790-foot high stratovolcano
Mount Liamuiga is a 3,792-foot (1,156 m) stratovolcano which forms the western part of the island of St. Kitts, but we call it our backyard. Think you're up for a climb? . . #neverleaving #heaven #cottage #hideaway #nature #jungle #StKitts #caribbean #luxurytravel #Caribbean #travel #traveller #escape #WestIndies #Luxury #LuxLife #Instatravel #ThePreferredLife #PreferredLegend #LuxLifestyle #LifeisTravel #TravelLife #Tripper #Holiday #LuxuryHoliday #LuxuryHolidays #CultivateYourSoul #fruit
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13. Or just take a stroll around the island port
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OK, we are sold on it. Are you?
This article originally appeared on Buro 24/7.