Nevis Points of Interest and Places to Visit



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Nevis may be smaller and sleepier than its sister isle of St. Kitts, but the capital of Charlestown has a decidedly more elegant and old-fashioned vibe than the rough-and-tumble neighboring capital ...  Read more

Nevis Peak

The highest point of Nevis is the summit of the mostly dormant volcano that comprises the island itself. While there’s no indication that it plans to erupt any time soon, the volcanic activity ...  Read more

Oualie Beach

One of the most popular beaches on the island, Oualie Beach features incredible views across the water to nearby St Kitts. The Oualie Beach Resort also has a swinging beach bar and a lively ...  Read more

Bath Hotel and Spring House (Old Bath House)

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Thought to be the first tourist hotel in all of the Caribbean, the opulent Bath Hotel was built on Nevis in 1787 to provide visitors easy access to the on-site volcanic hot springs. The mineral laden ...  Read more

Botanical Gardens of Nevis

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Step into tropical serenity at the Botanical Gardens of Nevis. Created to showcase and preserve tropical plants and animals from around the world, the gardens overflow with sculptures, fountains and ...  Read more

Eden Brown Estate

Listen to one of Nevis’ homegrown ghost stories before setting off to explore this supposedly haunted backdrop. The Eden Brown Estate is a government-owned mansion, originally established as a sugar ...  Read more

Jewish Cemetery

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A poignant reminder of Nevis’ once-prominent Jewish community, who found their way to the island in the 17th and 18th centuries after their forced exodus from Brazil, the Jewish Cemetery now ranks ...  Read more

Montpelier House

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Set within a vast 18th-century sugar plantation, the historic Montpelier House is one of Nevis island’s most legendary estates, famously hosting the wedding of Admiral Lord Nelson and Fanny Nisbet ...  Read more

Museum of Nevis History

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Many Americans recognize Alexander Hamilton as the face of the $10 bill, and also perhaps as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury who fatally lost a duel against sitting U.S. Vice President Aaron ...  Read more

Nevisian Heritage Village at Fothergills Estate

The Nevisian Heritage Village is a Ministry of Tourism project that recreates the islands history through the various forms of housing that have existed on the island over the years, from native ...  Read more

Pinney's Beach

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Blessed with warm Caribbean waters and four miles of fine golden sand, Pinney’s Beach is Nevis’ top resort, just minutes from the island capital of Charlestown. Taking its name from the Pinney ...  Read more

Saddle Hill Fortress

Yet another mark of Horatio Nelson’s legacy on the island of Nevis, the Saddle Hill Fortress was once his lookout point for spotting arriving ships. Here he kept a keen eye out for Spanish and ...  Read more

St John’s Figtree Anglican Church

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One of the oldest churches in the Caribbean, the small stone St John’s Figtree Anglican Church was built in 1680. Surrounding the building are the church grounds, which have long doubled as a ...  Read more

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