Compare Nevis (NEV) Flights
Nevis is a unique place where you can relax, rest and enjoy the beauty of nature. It is part of the St Kitts & Nevis Federation, one of the more charming and unspoiled islands in the Caribbean. It features a relaxed atmosphere within lush green landscapes that make it ideal for outdoor and nature lovers; also those who want to experience a Caribbean destination that is not over developed and showcases a rich history.
Get to paradise faster. Traveling to Nevis is easy with a flight from Cape Air.
Cape Air offers daily year-round service between San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) and Vance W. Amory International Airport in Nevis (NEV).
What to do when traveling to Nevis:
- Lodging- Nevis offers boutique hotels and larger properties like Montpelier Plantation, Mount Nevis Hotel, Pinney’s Beach Hotel, Golden Rock, Nisbet Plantation and the majestic Four Season Resort, among others.
- Attractions-Nevis is very rich in history, mainly because of Alexander Hamilton’s heritage and close connection to the island. There are plenty to see for the history buffs. You can visit the Museum of Nevis History, a must while in Nevis as it is housed on the first floor of the Georgian style building where Alexander Hamilton was born in 1757. Visitors can also explore old sugar plantations, botanical gardens, historic churches, and much more.
- Dining- Dining is casual and relaxed, with a good range of choices from casual beach shacks to romantic plantation hotels. Many serve Caribbean dishes including freshly caught fish and local fruits and ingredients. Some of the better known restaurants are: Mangos, Bananas, Chrishi Beach, Oualie Restaurant, and Yachtsman Grill.
- Beaches- There are about ten amazing beaches to visit in Nevis. Gallows Bay, Oualie Beach, Paradise Beach and Lovers Beach. But one of the more famous beaches on Nevis is Pinney’s Beach which runs for about three miles and is located on the outskirts of Charlestown.
Vance W. Amory International Airport (NEV):
Cape Air has check-in counters at the main terminal. After check-in, passengers will have to go through security screening and then on to the gate waiting area. Cape Air will operate one daily flight between San Juan and Nevis.
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