Nevis is a beautiful island waiting to be discovered. There are many ways to explore it by yourself or you can enlist the help of one of the many excellent guides.
A group of volunteers work at night on the beaches tagging sea turtles and collecting information about their nesting and movement.
In the true British tradition, cricket is the leading sport both played and watched on Nevis. Matches are played between January and mid-July, both locally and on a regional level.
A great way to spend a morning or afternoon along the coastline of Nevis.
You can see a lot cycling in Nevis. Remember the island is only 36 square miles in size and there is a 20 mile main road that runs round it.
The waters around Nevis are teeming with game fish like tuna, barracuda, sailfish, blue marlin, wahoo and mahi mahi.
Here is a list of attractions well worth visiting around the island. These can all be accessed by foot, car or bike.
Several hotels have tennis courts available for play while on the island. There are also public courts located in Brown Hill, Gingerland and Grove Park.
If you want the perfect days sailing in the clear blue, warm, waters of the Caribbean, you can private charter a yacht.
Golf facilities on Nevis are world class with the main course being the Robert Trent Jones II 18-hole, par 71 course at the Four Seasons Resort.
You can hike or walk in the forests, follow the roads, veer off down trails or stroll along the beach.
Scuba Diving in the sea around Nevis provides a world of possibilities with dozens of reefs, wrecks and volcanic vents to explore just minutes offshore.
In such an idyllic location, it’s only natural that swimming is so popular.