Only in the past decade has tourism overtaken sugarcane production as St. Kitts’s biggest industry. Still relatively unsung compared with much of the Caribbean, the lush West Indies isle is seeing careful development that promises to attract discerning travelers. The $600 million community Kittitian Hill, which debuted in late 2014, currently includes a hotel, an organic farm, 76 vacation homes, and an “edible” golf course called Irie Fields. On the southern end of the island, the 2,500-acre Christophe Harbour opened its superyacht marina last February and is expanding to include 300 berths, a Tom Fazio–designed golf course, and the forthcoming 125-room Park Hyatt St. Kitts. Welcoming all of the island’s VIP visitors is the RLB International Airport’s new Yu Lounge, a private terminal offering expedited customs clearance and Porsche Cayenne transfers.