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.

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...

Nevis Mango & Culinary Festival

When it comes to tropical fruit, mangoes are king. Whether it’s the sweet, distinctive flavor, soft (when ripe) pulp texture or the colorful exterior that’s a blend of crimson, orange and gold, mangoes are a favorite throughout the Caribbean and most especially on the...

Jet Blue Adds Flights

There has been a shifting in air service providers to the Caribbean. While American Airlines is reducing their services to certain routes   Boston – Caribbean Travelers in Boston looking for a winter warm up this season will benefit from a new Caribbean Mint...

Destination: Nevis for Romance & Weddings

On destination weddings in Nevis: what's very special about getting married here is that whether it's with just the special couple, a few friends, or the whole family, a Nevis destination wedding provides the setting and opportunity for life lasting memories in a low...

The Birds at Hermitage

Birder lovers are always delighted with hummingbirds, quits, doves, kestrels, hawks, herons, and the large, beautiful, north American Egret.

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