Nevis Full-Day Island Tour from St Kitts
- Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
- Family friendly
Your guide will introduce you to the Old Bath House, most famous for its thermal bath spring. Next, you will visit historic attractions and museums such as the Museum of Nevis, to explore the history of Nevis and the life of Alexander Hamilton, who was born in Nevis. You’ll also see St. John’s Anglican Church, built in 1830, where Lord Nelson and Fanny Nisbet were married.
Explore more of the history of Nevis as you discover the sites of old plantations which are now resorts. Nevis features a 3,232-foot (985-meter) extinct volcano, surrounded by tropical rainforests and sandy beaches.
Your guide will then take you to the 7-acre (3-hectare) Botanical Gardens where you will see the beautifully landscaped gardens, fountains, rainforest conservatory and Mayan-style sculptures. Lastly, have lunch (own expense) and do a little shopping before taking the ferry back to St. Kitts.
The Nevis Island Tour is an enjoyable way to spend the day exploring the “Queen of the Caribees!”
Please Note: entrance fees to the Museums/Botanical Gardens are not included.
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Explore Nevis on a full-day tour from St Kitts
- Day trip to Nevis from St. Kitts
- Ferry tickets
- Ticket tax
- Local guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
Reviewed by: Audrey C, June 2011
Nevis was amazing!!! However, the ferry ride was about an hour to Nevis. We were booked on a cargo passenger ferry going there. If you get sea sick, this tour is not for you!
Reviewed by: Jennifer T, March 2012
I found the island of Nevis to be very nice - however, this was a bit of a strange tour. We basically visited hotels and resorts on Nevis. We really did not see any Nevis sites, other than one church. The rest of the stops were other hotels. Plus, we did not receive lunch - which says in the description of the tour.