Nevis Travel Tips

Soak up The Sun on Pinney's Beach

Beaches are one of the main reasons to visit Nevis, and arguable one of the best on Nevis is Pinney's Beach.


Stretching out to almost 4 miles, Pinney's has everything you could possibly want from a beach: lovely sand, calm waters, and plenty of palm trees to give you some shade.


There are beach bars and shacks too provide all the food, drink and entertainment that you can want. However, if you want some escape, the beach is so long that it's easy to find a quiet place all your own. Best of all, this beach is safe for swimming and snorkeling. 

Pinney's Beach on Nevis
Jeep in Nevis

Buckle Up!

Nevis has plenty of beautiful photo ops in the countryside. If you really want to see some Nevis up close and personal, then rent a jeep for the day and go exploring.


As you head out to explore the island on your own, you'll see amazing abandoned sugar mills, quaint little villages and lots of examples of buildings built in the traditional West Indian architecture style.


Just note that the side roads can be bumpy, so make sure you buckle up!

Grove Park in the Afternoon

It looks like baseball or field hockey, but it isn't. The game of cricket is actually the top and most popular sport in Nevis.


Where can you see a great cricket game? On Thursday nights in Grove Park, you can watch both men and women playing the island’s favorite sport.


It's fun hanging out with the locals and watching a sport they love so much. Cricket season is between January and mid-July, so if you're in the area around that time, make sure to check it out. 

Grove Park in Charlestown, Nevis
Trail Ride at Hermitage Plantation Inn in Nevis

No Horsing Around

Want to get one of the best views on the island? Then take a horseback ride at Hermitage Plantation Inn.


On this fun and relaxing adventure, you’ll tour the southeast side of the island and head up onto the breathtaking Saddle Hill. This is also a historical site because this is the place that British Naval Admiral Horatio Nelson (a famous Napoleonic War hero) used as his lookout.


Since it's a great lookout point, make sure to bring a camera along to get perfect panoramic shots of the island. 

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