The tiny Caribbean island of Nevis is deceptively quiet, unassuming and mainly inhabited by animals. But there are so many fun things to do encapsulated by pub crawls, wild island tours and bountiful hiking options. And it has just re-opened to the traveling public after successfully avoiding much of the virus scourge.
Quiet and unspoiled, the island of Nevis in the Caribbean is perfect for seasoned travelers who like raw nature and relaxing getaways.
The Caribbean island of Nevis has been given new life because of the Broadway show Hamilton, celebrating the life of Nevis native, Alexander Hamilton. That may be a reason to go there – but there are three original sugar-mill plantation inns that will entice you to stay: Nisbet, The Hermitage and Montpelier. Each one has something very special to offer its visitors.