Nevis’ colourful history | Parting shot

Experience how history comes alive in Nevis

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Marvellous volcanic views; lush, fragrant gardens; and rich history charm visitors 750 feet above the Caribbean Sea at Nevis’ Montpelier Estate. Mere minutes from the capital, Charlestown, this 18th century sugar plantation (now a boutique hotel) boasts colourful cottages that stand in charming contrast to the sugar mill that was once at the heart of these grounds. Memories of Princess Diana’s visit with her sons in the early 90s live on alongside tales of Admiral Horatio Nelson — the famed 18th century British naval commander — and his wedding to his Nevis-born bride, Fanny Nisbet. It’s one of many ways history comes alive on Nevis.




Belle Mont Farm

St Kitts and Nevis is fast emerging as a premier ranked tourist destination. Nestled in the northwest of St Kitts is the stunning mountainside resort of Kittitian Hill. Belle Mont Farm, its luxury hotel, boasts of farm-to-table culinary experiences, beautifully designed rooms with breathtaking panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and the islands nearby. Belle Mont Farm offers signature wellness treatments and experiences: you can learn to make your very own body scrub with ingredients from your home pantry; nature walks on our winding trails; and immerse the visitor in lush, fresh, tranquil mountain air atmosphere to calm and soothe the spirit and soul. Staying at Kittitian Hill is like staying in your own unique hideaway, where you can be one with nature, rejuvenating body and mind. Do a little or do a lot! Our Concierge can book an interesting itinerary of island activities you can reminisce about for ages. Any which way, you can coin a very special adventure, memory, occasion on Belle Mont Farm at Kittitian Hill. Walk with us on the path less traveled.


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