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Chef Judy Joo

Did you know that the tiny island of Nevis is home to some of the world’s best tasting mangoes? More surprising, still, is that the island boasts more than 44 varieties of mango, each with its own distinctive flavor, texture and name. Some of the more popular are Amory Polly, Julie, and Graham, but there are literally mangoes to suit every taste bud and you’re sure to find your favorite.

Nevis Rolls Out The Red Carpet

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall Visit Nevis as Part of Caribbean Tour

One of the gems of the Caribbean rolled out the red carpet recently for the arrival of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, who set foot on Nevisian soil as part of their historic Caribbean Tour.

From Nevis With Love

Montpelier Plantation & Beach Offers Special Valentine’s Day Promotion

The only Relais & Chateau hotel on Nevis, Montpelier Plantation & Beach is known for captivating laid back elegance and stellar cuisine. Everything here is luxurious but unpretentious and you’ll find the accommodations well-appointed and the service, impeccable and very friendly.

Love to Swim? Visit Nevis for the Annual Cross Channel Swim

Nevis, an island known for sporting adventure, takes to the sea with the annual Cross Channel Swim on Sunday, March 31, 2019.

The swim, which is now celebrating its 18th year, takes participants through the waters between Nevis and its sister island of St. Kitts. The swim distance is 2.5 miles from Oualie Beach on Nevis across the “narrows” to finish at Cockleshell Beach in St. Kitts.

The New Hamilton House

The Nevis Historical and Conservation Society (NHCS) is proud to announce the restoration of an important piece of Nevisian and American history – the Hamilton House.

The Trott House, known for many years as ‘Hamilton House’ due to its location on land owned by Alexander Hamilton’ s mother, is a landmark building sited on the bend on Charlestown’s Main Street just past St. Paul’s Church. The NHCS purchased the building with the intent of creating the Nevis Heritage Center, incorporating the existing stone building commemorating Hamilton’s birthplace and this wooden residence, to more fully interpret Alexander Hamilton, as well as the many stories of Nevis.

Contact Us

Nevis Tourism Authority

  • P.O. Box 184,
    Main Street
    Charlestown,
    NEVIS

 

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