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    Montpelier Estate

    When Philadelphia businessman Joseph Murphy decided to build a botanical garden a few years ago, his goal was to create the finest in the Caribbean. This fabulous garden, located on a hill ...

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    Pinney's Beach

    Every island has its version of the quintessential Caribbean beach shack. On Nevis, it's Sunshine's. Named for its owner, whose business sense has helped him establish this popular and fun restaurant, the ...

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    Along the Island Main Road

    The famous Pinney's Beach, named for one of the largest plantation owners on Nevis in the 19th century, John Pinney, is a fabulous stretch and the home of the posh Four Seasons Resort. This ...

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    Main Street

    Right in the center of town is this all-purpose grocery story named after its owner, Tony Gumbs. From fresh produce to magazines, Tony sells a little bit of everything. It is open at ...

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    Nevis Historical & Conservation Society

    A nine-mile-long trail runs around much of Nevis about 1,000 feet above sea level, called the Upper Round Road. Built in the 1600's, this trail was built to provide access to the ...

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    Main Street

    This new building is not one of the historic churches on the island, but it is one of the most active. Headed up by Father George, a captivating Irish priest, the local Nevis ...

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    Main Street

    A Wednesday night on Nevis is not complete without a visit to Eddy's. An especially lively time is during Culturama, when hordes of people watch the carnival festivities from the second story restaurant ...

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    On the waterfront

    This centrally-located eatery on the waterfront in Charlestown is a popular place for business lunches, respites from shopping in town, and an ideal stop for cruise ship ...

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    Main Street near the Pier

    This heavily used customs house dating back to 1837 sits on Walwyn Square. Though it was more active before the Long Point terminal was built, it's till ...

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    Main Street

    On the main street in Charlestown you will find the local tourist bureau offices, located in a charming stone building. Inside are friendly, accommodating tourist ...