Stories About Nevis

Here are some blogs we’ve written about Nevis to help share a little more information about this island that we love.

Citizenship

Citizenship-by-Investment Programme The oldest of its kind in the world, established in 1984, the Government of St. Kitts & Nevis introduced this programme to attract investors to make substantial investments and benefit the development of the country. In return,...

Caribbean Real Estate

Caribbean Real Estate Nevis is indeed one of the most sought after locations in the Caribbean.  It is unspoiled and appeals to those looking for a quiet vacation home, or those looking to make a lifestyle change and looking to live a more relaxed life...

Hamilton History on Nevis

The Hermitage Celebrates American Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton with a special Hamilton History Package America's founding father and first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, was born right here in Nevis. As the oldest wooden house in the Caribbean,...

How to Get to Nevis

Nevis Nevis is located 17 degrees North and 64 degrees West, in the northern part of the Leeward Islands, right next to St Kitts. On our horizon we see Montserrat, St Eustacia and Saba. It's 50 miles away from Antigua and St Martin. It takes about 1 hour to fly here...

How to Get to Hermitage

Getting to The Hermitage If you fly directly into Nevis you will land at the Vance Amory International Airport (NEV). The airport is on the other side of the island from Hermitage, about 25 minutes away. Jump into a taxi, drive past a few goats and donkeys and you're...

Travel Tips for Nevis

Language Yes, we speak English here, though you might have difficulty understanding it. Ours is an English Patois developed from the African Caribbean exchange 400 years ago. Driving on Nevis We drive on the left side of the road and the maximum speed limit is 40...

History of Nevis

History The history of Nevis is multi-layered – alternately stories of discovery, triumph, prosperity and tragedy. Early History Evidence of the early history of Nevis can still sometimes be found on the windward side of the island at Indian Castle beach. Shards of...

Nevis Beaches

Of course you cannot come to the Caribbean without visiting our beaches, just a few short miles down the mountain side. The sparkling sea that surrounds this island sooner or later beckons everyone. Nevis is dotted with beaches. The best known and longest is Pinneys....

The West Indian Buffet

The ladies in the kitchen take all day to prepare classic West Indian dishes as an homage to the recipes of mothers and grandmothers. These dishes are served in the traditional clay pots and vessels from Nevis clay made and fired at the Newcastle Pottery kiln. A whole...

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