Plan a Trip to Nevis
Since it was first noticed by Columbus in 1493, its verdant landscapes have inspired nicknames like Dulcina (“Sweet Island”). Home to just a few thousand locals, Nevis’ natural landscape remains delightfully unspoiled and boasts a wealth of history defying its small-island status.
There are a number of other activities that one can enjoy on Nevis. Its “premiere” festival Culturama is celebrated at the end of July early August every year. This provides an opportunity for lots of revelry, music and food.
Recharge the body and inspire the soul as you explore gardens, spend the day at its lively beaches, visit colonial estates or conquer the central mountain of this Caribbean escape.
Where to Stay in Nevis
Dining in Nevis
Golf in Nevis
Travel Tips & Stories
- Nov. 13: Update, Travel Requirements St Kitts and Nevis officially reopened its borders for international travel on October 31, 2020. The following update outlines three changes […]