It’s a place of blue skies, green mountains and wide, sandy beaches. Here, you can do as much or as little as you please. But what really makes this island special is its easy-going people, who go out of their way to charm visitors.
Back in the 1990s, Diana, Princess of Wales, brought her sons here and declared it to be one of her favourite vacation spots. More recently it’s become popular with travellers seeking a Caribbean island that’s crowd-free and unspoiled.
The island is loved for its beauty and seclusion. This is a place of picture-perfect beaches that enjoys an exceptional climate. Thanks to its stunning scenery and high-end accommodation, the island appeals to a discerning, international crowd, who find that this is somewhere they can truly relax.
One of America’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, was born here in 1757. And Lord Horatio Nelson, Britain’s most famous admiral, fell in love with the island, choosing to marry Fanny Nisbet here in 1787. The island is proud of its Nelson connection, and has a museum dedicated to memorabilia.
Nowadays Nevis is known for its warm, friendly people. The island has a great music scene, and you don’t have to travel far to hear world-class steel-pan and calypso bands.