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Honeymoon Packages in Nevis

Honeymoon Packages in Nevis


Go somewhere for your honeymoon that your friends have not been to, Nevis! Our Nevis honeymoon packages are geared for romance and adventure and are very affordable.

Nisbet Plantation Beach Club

The Nisbet Plantation Beach Club was named one of the top 10 romantic hotels in the world recently by a major magazine, and it is truly a wonderful little hideaway! This historic inn is located on a quarter-mile-long stretch of sandy beach, the quiet Nisbet Plantation Beach Club was originally built as a sugar plantation in 1778.

Luxury Beachfront Four Seasons Nevis Resort

Four Seasons Nevis- the hidden Caribbean. Perfect for a honeymoon couple looking for luxury and no crowds. This Four Seasons resort offers a 350-acre beachfront resort with views of sea and golf course. the Four Seasons Nevis is situated on a four-mile beach with 3,232 ft. Nevis Peak rising dramatically in the background, the resort is framed by lush gardens ensuring guests? privacy. 196 guestrooms and suites occupy two-story cottages. Guests can also stay in private villas or estate homes. Attractions include two infinity-edge pools, watersports, and sea-view restaurants.

Nevis is an island to explore together

Nevis an island in the Caribbean Sea, located near the northern end of the Lesser Antilles archipelago, about 350 km east-southeast of Puerto Rico and 80 km west of Antigua. The 93 km island is part of the inner arc of the Leeward Islands chain of the West Indies. The capital of Nevis is Charlestown.

The culture of St. Kitts and Nevis- 2 Caribbean Gems

Two small Caribbean islands forming one country has grown mainly out of the West African traditions of the slave population brought in during the colonial period. French and British colonists both settled the islands and for a period of time the British imported indentured Irish servants. The native Caribs, skilled warriors, defended their lands by attacking the colonies. But by 1782, the British had gained control of St. Kitts and Nevis, which they retained until granting the islands their independence in 1983. British influence remains in the country's official language, English, while some islanders speak English-based Creole. The influence of the French, Irish, and Caribs seems less pronounced.

The two islands are separated by a shallow two-mile (3.22 km) channel, known as "The Narrows"

The island is fringed on its western and northern quadrants by sandy beaches that are composed of a mixture of white coral sand with brown and black sand, eroded and washed down from the volcanic rocks that make up the island. The gently-sloping coastal plain (0.6 miles/1 km wide) has natural fresh-water springs, as well as non-potable volcanic hot springs, especially along the western coast.

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