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Recent Nevis reviews

  • Villa Verandah, Nevis - Highly recommended for real relaxation

    "Best way to arrive is by hired fishing boat from St Kitts, just as the sun is setting. Pitch up at the small jetty at picturesque Oualie beach and you've only a 3 minute drive to the Villa. Airy, spacious, nicely furnished and well equipped, it makes an ideal base for a relaxing holiday. The owners, Peter & Nikki, were excellent hosts - friendly, welcoming and extremely helpful, ironing out minor problems promptly and offering valuable suggestions as to where to go, where to eat and suchlike. A large part of the Villa's verandah has permanent mosquito nets - a superb idea, which meant we could sit outdoors from early morning breakfast to after-sunset snoozing, with no concerns re any biting bugs. The Villa's pool is a very nice size - not so small that the slightly-more-energetic visitor can't manage a bit of reasonable exercise - and is maintained in fine condition by the pool contractor. The gardens are also very nicely kept and "Claudia" ensures the Villa's interior remains pristine, visiting once or twice a week at times to suit. A hire car is advised - the walk to the main road (where the small local, minivan-style, buses seem to pass regularly) is not particularly long but to get anywhere (including the supermarkets in Charlestown around 15 minutes' drive away) means a hire car is sensible. The main roads are generally quite good condition, and drivers tend towards being laid-back and leisurely, average speeds being around 30-40mph, with only the very occasional nutcase who insists on screaming past at a rate of knots (which, even then, usually only amounts to around 50mph). We were particularly in relaxation mode on this holiday, so we took very little exercise beyond wandering along long stretches of the many, deserted, sandy beaches, paddling in the warm waves. If we had intended a more energetic holiday filled with activity, we probably would not have ventured to Nevis, but it absolutely 100% met our requirements for a leisurely re-charging of the batteries. We were not seeking "nightlife" and if we had been, we would have struggled to find it. Good eating places were available, with costs reasonable - similar in fact to costs of eating out in the UK. Having holidayed on many Caribbean islands, I felt much more comfortable and relaxed in Nevis than any of the others. It's still unspoiled and the locals we met were genuinely friendly. We hope to be back! And if we do return, we shall most probably stay again at the Villa Verandah."
    Guest: Arr Bee Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 1, 2014
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  • Me Hideaway

    "Our stay was delightful! Each morning we awoke to a sunrise that was spectacular! Watching the haze rise up from the horizon and suddenly we would see Monserrat. Lots to see and do. The monkeys by the pool, the donkeys on the road up the mountain and the goats, sheep and chickens in town were a joy so unexpected. A true nugget in the Carribbean. So worth visiting. Food excellent. House lovely and comfy. Needed more time on the island."
    Guest: Sniggy Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 26, 2014
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  • Comfortable, beautiful place to stay - very relaxing, and near everything!

    "This home is a very inviting, comfortable, beautiful place to stay! Spacious rooms, beautiful views, great swimming pool, and all the comforts of home - but better! Near everything. Looking forward to returning!"
    Guest: Ted Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 11, 2014
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  • Inspiring view

    "My wife and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary at Serendipity. A wonderful choice for a getaway - lovely, well-appointed home and location. The views of the sunrise and sunset with St. Kitts framing the Caribbean cannot be topped! Nevis is a special place and Serendipity tops it off."
    Guest: Am Fam in Rome Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 28, 2014
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Nevis Travel Tips

Making Your Way to Nevis Vacation Rentals

Nevis is a small tropical island in the Caribbean. The island has only a small airport which receives regional flights. It is not equipped to handle major international flights. When traveling from North America or Europe, your best connection hubs will be San Juan on Puerto Rico, Antigua, St. Maarten or St. Kitts. All these hubs have regular regional flights to Nevis. If routing via St. Kitts, you also have the option of traveling by sea ferry. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes from port to port. Taxis provide transport on the islands from the airport to the ferry terminal.

Once on the island, if you want to do some independent exploring, you can hire a car for the duration of your stay. You will need to validate your driver's license at the local police station before you will be able to hire a car. The island also has privately run bus service which operates as the main form of public transport. Buses run between all the main towns during the day, with schedules operating less frequently at night.

Best Season to Visit Nevis Villas

As a tropical island paradise, Nevis enjoys a year-round warm climate. This means that even in what is considered to be the winter season, you can still catch a tan. In general, most visitors choose to travel in the milder dry season as the rain showers are less frequent and the humidity is much lower. The peak travel season is between December and April. The summer months are typically wetter with sometimes extreme levels of humidity. Tropical storms sometimes blow across the islands between the months of June and October. This is generally considered the low travel season. If you want to avoid the crowds but still enjoy some good weather, you may consider traveling in May or November.

Visitors to Nevis Resort Rentals

Nevis is one of the lesser-known Caribbean destinations. It is a vacation destination where you can enjoy the sunshine, a great island vibe and some wonderful natural attractions. The scuba diving on the island is legendary and attracts diving enthusiasts from all over the world. If you love shopping, you can spend your days at the many colorful markets and local art galleries. There are many sporting activities available on Nevis ranging from horseback riding to tennis, golf and hiking. It is one of those beautiful destinations where you can choose to be as active or as lazy as you like. It is the ideal destination for that romantic getaway or a perfect island honeymoon.

Things to See and Do from Your Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Nevis

If you would like to explore the island's cultural heritage, there are many historical landmarks and places of interest in the island. Just outside of Charlestown, you can see the ruins of the Hamilton Estate. This was once a flourishing sugar plantation. The ruins are covered with tropical foliage and their location provides great views over the city of Charlestown. The Museum of Nevis History is housed in a beautiful Georgian Building which was the birthplace of the Alexander Hamilton. The museum is housed on the first two floors of the building and from it, you can enjoy views of the Nevis harbor and beyond to the neighboring island of St. Kitts. The beaches in Nevis provide safe swimming areas and ideal sunbathing locations. Many have inshore reefs where you can swim out and enjoy some snorkeling. Pinney's Beach, Herbert's Beach and Cades Bay are known for their many beach bars and vibrant nightlife.

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