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Indulge your fantasies... In this enchanting Caribbean Hideaway why not spoil yourself with a unique treasure from our well stocked boutique. At Caribelle Batik all of our products are carefully handcrafted. The fact that no two items are the same...more
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It's a worldwide brand, so you may as well visit and maybe even buy one of the colorful pieces. We expected a much larger setting and a view of the batik process, but 1 20 minute stop is about all it will take to browse...More
Selected the tour when visiting St. Kitts specifically to include Caribelle. My visit co-incided with my birthday, I had a great time, the grounds are lush and the shop - hard to resist all the beautiful batik. Definately worth a visit, wonderful, friendly staff and...More
Our tour driver stopped by this place and we are so glad that he did. This place has some of the most beautiful creations, every one unique due to the process. We purchased a few pieces that we got mounted when we returned home. A...More
Romney Manor and Caribel Batik are a must see destination while in St Kitts. The grounds are stunning and the botanical displays are lovely. The jewel on the crown is Caribel Batik which hosts the ancient art of using recycled wax the paint to create...More
Caribelle has the most beautiful batik fabric garments and accessories. You can watch the artisans dye the fabric. The prices were fairly reasonable considering that the items are hand-made and one of a kind. There were so many beautiful items it was hard to decide...More
The process by which these garments are made, time consuming and beautiful. Be ready to spend money anywhere from $15 to $100. The have coin purses, fans, pillows, pictures, dresses, shirts in children and adult sizes. But if you don't come here with a tour...More
Part of a stop at Romney Manor is walking thru a building on site where you first see a demonstration of how caribelle batik is made. Then there is a two room store with caribelle batik wares you can purchase-wife bought a couple hand purses...More
I visit Caribelle Batik every time I am on the island. It is only $3 admission to watch how the material is made as well as walking along the property. The grounds are relaxing and lovely to walk around with any opportunities for pictures. The...More
Very beautiful stop on our island tour. Such a relaxing place walking around the grounds with all the beautiful tree, flowers, views, etc. Met several very friendly people. Bought several very nice quality gifts for family members. Enjoyed a nice refreshment on the desk.
Went here from a cruise ship. Got a taxi there. Had about an hour to spend for the price. We walked through the gardens, heard a quick explanation of the batik process and shopped. They had so many beautiful things it was hard to choose....More
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Have not been to St. Lucia but we visited the Caribelle Batik outlet located inside Romney Manor Gardens on St. Kitts via a tour we arranged with tropical tours ourselves thru trip advisor. Less expensive than the Princess... More
Have not been to St. Lucia but we visited the Caribelle Batik outlet located inside Romney Manor Gardens on St. Kitts via a tour we arranged with tropical tours ourselves thru trip advisor. Less expensive than the Princess tour and also takes you to other sights as well.
Can't comment on $/yd. Try calling Caribelle directly about that & other questions. St.Kitts uses the ECD (East Carib. $) which was about 2.7 for every $1 USD last month. Most places on the island will take either type, but... More
Can't comment on $/yd. Try calling Caribelle directly about that & other questions. St.Kitts uses the ECD (East Carib. $) which was about 2.7 for every $1 USD last month. Most places on the island will take either type, but they return change in ECD.