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It's mango madness again this summer on the tiny Caribbean island of Nevis as mangoes ripen on the trees and everyone scampers to get their share of these delectable fruits. At their peak, Nevis celebrates with the annual Nevis Mango & Food Festival where everyone gathers to sample everything made with mango during the celebrations held July 6 – 9, 2017.

United Airlines Offering Special $300 Discount on Flights to St. Kitts/Nevis

Discovering Nevis this spring and summer is even sweeter, as United Airlines is offering an automatic $300 discount on all of their non-stop New York/Newark (EWR) flights to St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (SKB). With this automatic $300 discount on every ticket, flights start from as low as $736* roundtrip. Passengers need only to use the promo code SKB300 to receive the automatic discount when purchasing their tickets on united.com.

The Deputy Premier of Nevis and Minister of Tourism in the Nevis Island Administration, The Hon Mark Brantley, CEO of Nevis Tourism Authority, Greg Phillip and Sales and Marketing Manager UK and Europe, Julie Claxton meet with UK contacts in London to consolidate relationships.

The oceanfront Mango restaurant, home of 101 Rums Bar, the Caribbean’s only bar dedicated to fine-aged rums, has introduced a weekly Reggae Brunch. Alongside live reggae music, brunch specials include: Mango Benny with braised short ribs, sweet potato rosti and chipotle hollandaise; Jerk Chicken & Cheddar Waffles with maple syrup; Seafood Cobb Salad with lobster, shrimp, crab, bacon, egg, tomato, avocado and Ranch dressing; and the Mango Burger with beef and chorizo, maduros, white Cheddar, fried egg and French fries. In addition to a selection of beer, wine and cocktails, including the Nevisian Cloud, guests can enjoy “bottomless” Mango Mimosas, and Bloody Mary and Mango Mary cocktails for $15 with brunch. Locals of Nevis and St. Kitts receive 10% off with proof of residency. Reggae Brunch is served Sundays from 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended.

Typically when we talk the "blues" in Nevis, we’re talking about the bright blue skies and various shades of turquoise and azure of the gorgeous Caribbean Sea. But every April, the blues takes on a very different meaning as a host of internationally known blues artists make their way to Oualie Beach for a two-night "Blues in Paradise" festival of incredible blues music.

Distinguished guests will form the audience at the UK Premiere of “The TIme Detective: Who was Philippa?” based on June Goodfield’s book, Rivers of Time.

Four Seasons Resort Nevis welcomes the appointment of Max Loayza to Director of Food and Beverage of the Caribbean resort. Since taking on the position, Max has overseen the Resort’s top-rated, gourmet culinary program, focusing on fresh, locally sourced ingredients and creativity.

Triscape and Four Seasons Resort Nevis host sports retreat in March 2017

Join Double World Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist Keri-anne Payne and Three-time Olympian and Double Commonwealth Champion David Carry to make 2017 your best fitness year yet. Four Seasons Resort Nevis and Triscape invite travellers to take up a more active lifestyle and join the two Olympians from March 22 to 29, 2017, on a special sporting retreat at the Resort. Keri-anne and David will help guests achieve their next swimming challenge, whether they are novice swimmer or aspiring competitors. This team of world leading experts will improve guests’ swim technique, nutrition and confidence in the clear beautiful waters around the paradise island of Nevis. Space is very limited for the Four Seasons Triscape Retreat and pre-registration is required.

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