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Nevis Tourism Authority: Main Street, Charlestown, Nevis, WI T: 01305 233107 E: W: nevisnaturally @NevisNaturally

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elcome to Nevis, a truly unique destination. Exclusive

yet inviting, with its own very personal allure. A hidden gem of the Caribbean, the island exudes natural beauty. With its tranquil beaches, wealth of activities, friendly people, and vibrant culture, Nevis has something for everyone. It is one of the most romantic,

relaxing, charming and historic islands in the Caribbean. Perfect for weddings and honeymoons, its picture-perfect coastline and


Size: 36 sq miles Currency: East Caribbean dollar Population: 12,000 Capital (Main City): Charlestown Local Beer: Carib Dish of the Day: Corn meal and steamed fish. Or goat water (a popular stew traditionally enjoyed on Saturdays)

stunning vistas offer some of the most idyllic locations for couples. These include historical sites on the Montpelier Estate, where Admiral Horatio Nelson and Fanny Nisbet wed, the beautiful Botanical Gardens, and also non-traditional sites such as Cottle Church. The active traveller will find a

wealth of opportunities on Nevis. Whether it’s hiking, sailing, or world-class golfing you’re after, Nevis provides the perfect destination. For sports enthusiasts and athletes alike we host a series of incredible events. Come and join us for the Nevis-St Kitts Cross Channel Swim, the Nevis Marathon, or the International


Triathlon, billed as the most beautiful triathlon in the world! Nevis is complete unspoilt luxury, with so much to offer every type of traveller. Come discover the island for yourself!

KEY EVENT Culturama: July 23–August 4 2015

Culturama is a vibrant, colourful and lively celebration; expect Calypso, revelry, fashion and theatre!

Nevis offers an abundance of opportunities to really appreciate this authentic Caribbean island year round. Day one should be spent exploring its many exhilarating activities: take an escorted hike up Mount Nevis in the morning or explore the island by horseback, then spend the afternoon in the crystal waters: snorkelling, diving or any other water-based activities you fancy. On day two, dive into Nevis’s rich culture; visit one of the island’s many museums to learn of the history, including Horatio Nelson’s influence on the isle, and explore the beautiful botanical gardens. It is easy to hire a car and explore independently, or there are tours. On day three, visit the capital or head to Pinneys Beach and enjoy one of the beachfront bars. David Pointer, Head of Product at Western & Oriental

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uerto Rico is a destination like no other, a land that combines

laid-back Caribbean culture with Spanish heart and American style. Located in the heart of the

Caribbean, Puerto Rico has three main islands; Puerto Rico, Culebra and Vieques. Puerto Rico is home to 300 flawless beaches, three of the world’s seven bioluminescent bays and El Yunque, the only rainforest in the U.S. National Parks System. With great flight access from the USA, Puerto Rico works well as a


Size: 100 miles by 35 miles Currency: US dollar Population: 3.9 million Language: Spanish and English Main City: San Juan Local Beer: Medalla Dish of the Day: Mofongo (mashed plantains with seafood, meat or vegetables)

twin-centre with the U.S. or fly Air Europa from London via Madrid. Puerto Rico is the perfect place

for a relaxing holiday. Take a long weekend and combine San Juan with Vieques, one of the most untouched islands in the Caribbean, or spend two weeks travelling around the island. Puerto Rico’s culture, natural beauty and abundance of activities make it a winning Caribbean holiday destination every time. Combine a few nights in San Juan with a Caribbean cruise. Carnival, Celebrity Cruises and Disney Cruise Line all use San Juan as their home port. Shop ‘til you drop at one of the island’s shopping malls, or unwind


with a round of golf. With 23 golf courses to choose from, Puerto Rico is the golf capital of the Caribbean. Choose from mountain views, coastal vistas, river and city courses, there are endless choices.

KEY EVENT The Puerto Rico Open: March 9-15, 2015

An official PGA Tour event, held annually at the Trump International Golf Course

Following my visit to Puerto Rico in June 2014, I discovered there is so much to do! Rent a car and watch the adventures unfold… A walking tour of Old San Juan is a must-do experience. With its distinctive blue cobbled streets, Spanish-influenced open plazas and small boutiques, Old San Juan is the perfect place for an afternoon stroll. For adrenaline junkies, visit the Toro Verde Adventure Park and conquer ‘The Beast’, one of the longest and highest zip lines in the world. For R&R visit Vieques Island, beautiful, untouched and tranquil. Just a short flight or ferry ride from mainland Puerto Rico, you can horseride on the beach, cycle round the island, kayak the world’s brightest bioluminescent bay, or relax in the peace and tranquillity. Carol Smith, Co-operative Personal Travel Advisor


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