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Check Out Why Forbes Ranked This Island As The Best Tourist Attraction

Nevis offers a low-key, tropical escape with a small-town feel. You’d easily overlook the West Indies’ hidden gem—at 36 square miles, Nevis (pronounced “knee-vis”) is about half the size of Washington, D.C. But Nevis, which is 1,200 miles from Miami, stands as one of the last-remaining Old Caribbean islands.

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Its capital, Charlestown, looks like it with all around protected with eighteenth and nineteenth century Georgian-style structures.  Fronting the residential community square is the courthouse, with the town library on the second floor. Among shops—which regularly close by 4:30 p.m. weekdays, 1 p.m. Saturdays and close down Sundays for chapel


Rather than over flogged with visitors, the island’s genuinely unfilled streets see wandering jackasses, sheep, bovines and green vervet monkeys (however you won’t perceive any movement, you’ll see “Monkey Xing” signs). Indeed, the streets just got names and signs in October, even the shorelines appear to be too serene, giving you sufficient space to spread out.

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Forbes Travel Guide editors as of late went by Nevis to scope out the best things to do on the calm, charming island


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