Naturally there are other roads which intersect the main road and lead you to charming villages and sites in the interior of the island.
Take a taxi… taxis are available at the airport, hotels and in Charlestown, the capital. Look out for their bright yellow license plates which start with the letters T or TA. The drivers are friendly, courteous and will ensure you enjoy a safe ride.
Rent a car… rental cars are available all over the island. They carry red license plates which begin with the letters R or RA. Please note cars drive on the left in Nevis so most rental vehicles are right-hand drive.
Take a bus… Travel like a Nevisian and get closer to the local culture. Buses are small minivans with names painted on the front. They have green license plates starting with the letters H or HA. You can board a bus anywhere on the main road, just flag it down.
Rent a bike… cycling is popular with the locals and a great way for visitors to explore. You can rent bikes from bike shops or simply ask your hotel to arrange a rental.
Take a walk… you probably won’t walk all the way round the island but a stroll, especially around Charlestown, is a great way to experience the history, sites and meet the people of Nevis.