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Nevis Travel Guide

Why Nevis?

  • Golf at the Four Seasons Resort
  • The Botanical Garden of Nevis
  • Nevis plantation tours
  • Hike to the top of Mt. Nevis peak
  • Green Vervet Monkeys in the rain forest
  • Caribbean Cove family entertainment center
  • Museum of Nevis History
  • Lord Nelson Museum and Eden Brown Estate

Nevis Island Guide

Planning a villa rental on Nevis? Everything you need to know about this Caribbean island can be found under these tabs, including information about transportation to the island and local weather conditions. Whether you're going to relax on the beach or explore quiet Charlestown, there are lots to entertain you away from your villa on Nevis.

Nevis Weather/Climate

Average Temperatures
Highs Lows
January 84.4 ° F 68.0 ° F
February 85.1 ° F 67.2 ° F
March 86.9 ° F 68.0 ° F
April 88.1 ° F 69.1 ° F
May 89.8 ° F 71.0 ° F
June 89.9 ° F 72.6 ° F
July 89.1 ° F 72.2 ° F
August 89.1 ° F 72.9 ° F
September 89.8 ° F 72.9 ° F
October 88.9 ° F 72.0 ° F
November 87.1 ° F 70.9 ° F
December 85.9 ° F 69.1 ° F

Average Rainfall
January 1.19
February 0.96
March 0.79
April 1.07
May 1.46
June 1.09
July 1.13
August 1.46
September 1.71
October 1.7
November 1.85
December 1.22


Nevis, an almost circular 36 square mile island, is the epicentre of the Leewards crowned by a 3300 foot high extinct volcano with tropical rain forests and white and golden sand beaches.

Nevis is the birth place of America's Alexander Hamilton (1757) and was host to England's famous Admiral Horatio Nelson. Largely ignored by the English, the island joined a Federation with its sister island, St. Kitts in 1983. Nevis is currently undergoing a new political chapter as it democratically explores the people's wish for complete autonomy to create what what would become the world's second smallest independent nation.

Nevisians are a warm friendly people who are very proud of their country. The capitol, Charlestown is still a sleepy mid-Victorian Caribbean town, a far cry from the bustling capital centers of other Caribbean islands.

Boasting of several beaches that stretch for miles relatively undisturbed, the longest, Pinney's Beach is the site of the biggest star in the Nevisian crown, the Four Season's Resort. Even this rather large low rise resort barely intrudes. The windward side has a magnificent and usually deserted beach where you can body surf the breakers. Oualie Beach is the centre for windsurfing, diving and snorkeling with trips to the nearby coral reefs and exotic dive sites.

Activity is limited but worthy on Nevis. Visit the Botanical Garden with cascading pools and examples of tropical plants from all over the world, play tennis (several courts available at the various resorts) or golf at the Four Seasons beautiful 18-hole Robert Trent Jones palm shaded course. Take the kids to Caribbean Cove, a theme park with miniature golf complete with pirate ships, real smoke and jungle waterfalls. Or try the Bumper boats. Equestrians and would-be equestrians alike, will be enjoy horseback riding. A race track schedules horse races on major holidays.

Dining is a mixed bag with the local delicacies of steamed breadfruit, goat water, grilled lobster and fresh fish vying with international interpretations at the Plantation Inns. Local musicians with steel pans and string bands alternate with jazz groups and a traveling discotheque to provide entertaining diversions on Nevis. That's about it for nightlife and visitors here wouldn't have it any other way.

Nevis attracts hikers, divers and other watersport enthusiasts, however the main attractions are lounging on the beach, reading a good book and relaxing. The luxury hotels and plantation inns here attract many a discriminating traveler. At least for now, Nevis is a destination of quiet, laid back charm and natural beauty greatly undisturbed by development.

Transportation on Nevis

Getting to Nevis and getting around. Our transportation tips will help make your trip smoother. More good sand advice.

Entry Documents

Proof of citizenship (passport) and an on-going ticket are required for entry. U.S. and Canadian citizens can enter with a birth certificate or voter's registration card with a photo ID.


The Newcastle Airport runway is short. A new runway is under construction to accommodate larger planes.

Departure Tax

US$15 for adults over 12, plus a $1.50 environmental levy


On the left - a temporary driver's license is required costing around US$12.

Nevis Weddings and Honeymoons

Vacationers don't just stay in Nevis villas - they come to paradise to get married and celebrate their honeymoons! Proper documents must be presented for marriage approvalCost: Around US$80Documents Required: Passports or birth certificates; For couples wishing to be married by a minister on Nevis, a letter from the couples stateside minister must be presented verif

Know Before You Go...® - Nevis Travel Tips

Before making their way to Nevis villas, vacationers like to know a little bit of helpful information to make them feel more at home during their stay. Take a look at our travel tips to make your time in villas in Nevis even more relaxing.

Capital: Charlestown
Population: 10,080
Size: 8 miles long and 6 miles wide; 36 square miles.
Electric Current: 220
Time: 11:27 am zone:-4 (GMT/UTC -4)
Official Language: English and Creolese
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC); U.S. dollars widely accepted.
Telephone: Local area code is 869

Nevis Tourist Authority

Cotton House Bldg.Charlestown, Nevis, W.I.

(869) 469-1042
(869) 469-1066