The Queen of the Caribbean
Green and serene, lush Nevis is truly one of the remaining unspoiled getaways. Winding roads weave through upland rain forest, lowland mangrove sanctuaries, pristine beaches and rich sugar history. Protected by years of isolation, the charm and tranquility of Nevis takes you back to an age when things were simple, life more peaceful.
Known as the “Queen of the Caribbean” the island of Nevis is dominated by 3,200 foot Nevis Peak, dormant volcano. Lush vegetation, sparkling waterfalls, sandy, deserted beaches and clear, azure waters welcome you to your tranquil, tropical paradise.
- Former British colony now independent
- English speaking, US dollars accepted
- Birthplace of Alexander Hamilton
- Lush rain Forest/Volcano with hiking trails
- No cruise ship port. Adds to privacy
- Excellent sights, restaurants and water sports
- Nearby Four Seasons Hotel resident facilities program
- Enjoyed by British Royalty, celebrities and discriminating travelers
Mass tourism has no place in Nevis
The capital, Charlestown, remains in its original form and has no competition as the most charming small town in the Caribbean. Walking around you will see daily life, markets, open grills, small shops on the street and smiling people. The charm and tranquility of our little island takes you back to an age when things were simple, life more peaceful.
The island has wonderful beaches, and a variety of superb restaurants welcome their guests with tastes of the Caribbean, India, China, Mexico, US and Europe.
St. Kitts and Nevis is the smallest independent Federation in the Caribbean. Nevis, as the smaller of the two islands (36 sq. miles/96 km²) has 10,000 inhabitants. It is politically stable and has a low crime rate. Nevis has an airport with international connections in the Caribbean. Private jets can land here. The St. Kitts airport has direct connections to New York, Miami, Charlotte, London and Toronto.