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There's something about this small, sombrero-shaped island that grabs you. The charm and tranquility takes you back to a time when things were simpler, when life was more peaceful, when stress was just a word, not a way of life.This 36-square-mile island lies near the top of the Lesser Antilles archipelago, about 200 miles south of Puerto Rico, and just west of Antigua. This island jewel is approximately 7 miles long and 5 miles wide, with natural vegetation that is unparalleled.
Green and serene, Nevis is truly one of the remaining unspoilt places and proudly carries the name, "Queen of the Caribees." From the top of the 3,232-foot Nevis Peak to the depths of the clear waters offshore, there is a world of flora and fauna to be explored. In the hills, the comical green vervet monkeys chatter and scamper; in the sea, the whales cruise by. Stroll around and see the architecture of eras gone by: churches, windmills, and refurbished Great Houses.
The locals will tell you that the best beaches on Nevis are on the northern and western shores. But all the beaches are well-cared-for, public and free. And because they are never crowded, you might have an entire beach to yourself.
Nevis offers activities for everyone, whether you are the outdoor sport type, a beach bum, a hiker, a history buff, photographer, food taster, all this and more can be done on Nevis. There are numerous venues to dine and a vast range of places to stay. Accommodations vary, in price, style and location but all are comfortable and laid back. You can choose to wake up in a resort on the beach or a secluded mountainside cottage tucked away in the foothill of paradise. Many islands rely on the weather and glitzy, gaudy resorts to snare visitors, not Nevis, the warm, friendly people are all the bait Nevis needs.
The cuisine of St Kitts and Nevis is typically West Indian in flavor, with many of the ingredients grown locally on the islands. The main meat used in cooking is goat, coming from the African tradition. Since St Kitts and Nevis are islands in the bountiful Caribbean Sea, it is no wonder that seafood is also used heavily. The most famed dish in the country is goat water stew, which contains goat meat, breadfruit (a football sized, prickly green fruit), green papaya (a fleshy, tropical fruit), and droppers (a doughy dumpling), in a tomato-based stew. Another local stew type dish is pelau (also known as simply cook-up), which uses chicken, pig tail, saltfish (salted and dried cod), and vegetables, served with rice and pigeon peas (a local green pea).