Home to more monkeys than permanent residents, there is a natural wildness about the small island of Nevis that eco-tourists simply can't resist. Whether you have hopes of spending your time climbing to the summit of Nevis Peak or strolling through the flourishing botanical gardens, every one of your vacation days is easily spent outdoors.
Do you want to spend part of your vacation out in the fresh air? You can choose from a variety of different hiking trails and a nature preserve on Nevis.
Nevis Peak is a nature preserve found in Saint George Gingerland Parish, in central Nevis. The park is mainly a hikers destination, but with so much nature and peace, it is a good location for a quick escape too. However, those looking to complete the hike will be faced with a long and challanging adeventure through forests, rough terrain, and some steep climbs.
Adventurers looking to locate a another great natural attraction will be interested in seeing sites like Hurricane Hill Trail. You'll find the entrance to the trail at the dirt road heading to Lovers' Beach. It begins at the top of the embankment and is marked by a power pole.
The Source Trail: The hike is five miles round-trip and could take up to four hours. The trail does have some muddy spots, some slippery spots, and some steep places that you'll have to climb or get a boost from someone you're hiking with.
Be sure to look at the following table if you want more information.
|Hiking Trail||3.0 mi. East of Central Charlestown|
|Hiking Trail||1.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Charlestown|
|Hiking Trail||5.1 mi. Northeast of Central Charlestown|
|Hiking Trail||0.8 mi. West of Central Newcastle|
|Hiking Trail||0.5 mi. South-Southwest of Central Newcastle|
|Hurricane Hill Trail||Hiking Trail||1.4 mi. West of Central Newcastle|
|Hiking Trail||5.0 mi. East of Central Charlestown|
|Hiking Trail||Saint Paul Charlestown Parish, Central Nevis|
|Hiking Trail||2.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Charlestown|
|Nevis Peak||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||Saint George Gingerland Parish, Central Nevis|
|The Source Trail||Hiking Trail||3.2 mi. East-Northeast of Central Charlestown|
Even though most visitors have heard about the beautiful water and coastline, those aren't the only way to experience the area's natural beauty. One such example is Bat Cave. It is situated in Saint James Windward Parish, Nevis. An old terras pit that was mined in the colonial era, Bat Cave is a short, easy hike that allows you to climb down into the cave and view bats that are hanging from the ceiling.
Travelers can also visit several parks, or a botanical garden on Nevis.
To surround yourself with beautiful tropical vegetation, you might want to visit Botanical Gardens of Nevis, which is located in Saint John Figtree Parish, Nevis. The beautiful and flourishing Botanical Gardens of Nevis is located on five acres of the historic Montpelier Estate and serves as one of the top attractions on the small island of Nevis. The Gardens welcome visitors who find relaxation strolling through lush gardens as well as those who enjoy learning about tropical plants that are not only local to the Caribbean, but from around the world.
Another popular attraction in this category is Diamond Mine. For a unique hiking adventure, check out Diamond Mine. Not strenuous at all, this is a flat plain located near Indian Castle which is known for harboring small crystals made of quarts which are said to be found nowhere else on the island.
The parks and gardens you'll be able to find are displayed here:
|Botanical Gardens of Nevis||Botanical Garden||4.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Cades Bay|
|Diamond Mine||Park||3.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Charlestown|
|Park||3.3 mi. South of Central Cades Bay|
|Park||4.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Cades Bay|
|Park||3.4 mi. South of Central Cades Bay|
|Plantation||2.7 mi. East of Central Charlestown||Nevis|
Another idea is to visit some of the more popular naturally occurring land formations. Other types of natural attractions on Nevis are summarized here:
|Bay||3.7 mi. North of Central Charlestown|
|Harbour||1.6 mi. South of Central Charlestown|
|Hill||1.4 mi. West of Central Newcastle|
|Lagoon||3.4 mi. North of Central Charlestown|
|Hill||2.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Charlestown|
If you would prefer having more points of interest beyond just these, you can think about other possibilities. If interested, you can find out more concerning other attractions by visiting this page.
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