Nevis At-A-Glance

The tropical weather of Nevis makes travel pleasant year-round. Temperatures are lowest from December to April – averaging 79-81° Fahrenheit – coinciding with the least likelihood for rainfall and peak season on the island.

In the summer months, temperatures and rainfall increase – average highs are 82-84° and rainfall averages 5.5 inches at its peak. Tropical storms are most likely from August to October.

Nevis is a wonderful destination to visit throughout the year. There is a lively festival season waiting to include you.

Things are quiet in early December, then the streets come alive over the Christmas holiday for the St. Kitts and Nevis National Carnival. Come July, celebrate all things culinary at the Nevis Mango and Food Festival. In April, attend the Nevis Blues Festival, or wait until August to witness the celebration of Emancipation Day.

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Paradise Beach Nevis is simply the best choice for accommodations on the island. An intimate collection of seven luxury villas (of which ER has three) and five beachfront Beach Houses (we have two) in a community with direct beach access, this resort offers meals onsite at its quirky beach bar, spa and private chef services in the comfort of your villa, and unparalleled customer service from an elite team of concierges. This is the real reason to visit Nevis: its world class, genuinely warm people.
As ER Member David Beecken raves: “The staff at Paradise Beach was amazing....chef and bartender at the beach club and the housekeeping staff! Everything was up to ER's highest standards.”
Nevis joined the ER portfolio in January 2016, with three four-bedroom villas hovering near the shoreline, making this an almost beachfront experience. The Club invests over $1 million annually to make Nevis a reality. In September 2018, we added flexibility for smaller groups with the two two-bedroom Beach Houses, set on stilts right at the sand's edge. Now Nevis is truly a beachfront destination for ER!
“Exclusive Resorts selected Paradise Beach due to its luxury residences and prime location adjacent to the Four Seasons on Pinney’s Beach, one of the best swimmable beaches on the island." –Jim Reilly, Director of Portfolio Procurement
Nevis By The Numbers:
  • ER vacations taken: 389

  • Memberships that have visited: 288

  • Average length of stay: 5.67 days

This is a quiet, remote little island, but there’s plenty to do if you’re up for something a little different. Driving is on the left and signage can be sparse, but the only traffic you’ll encounter is the odd stray cow. Some Members recommend scouting ahead during daylight hours since driving in the dark can be a challenge.
On a tour of the island, you'll see plenty of weatherboard houses and quaint cemeteries. You'll have many varied views of Mt. Nevis. Do not miss the birthplace of US statesman Alexander Hamilton, now the Museum of Nevis History, and be sure to spend plenty of time on the water.

ER Vacation Essentials

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Your Irreplaceable ER Concierge

General Manager Donna Woolfenden and Concierge Kimoye Wyatt lead a small team of guest services staff. They work out of a lobby villa right on property, making your arrival a breeze. Your concierge will arrange any and all of your needs prior to your arrival and will stop by your villa during your stay at the agreed-upon time to ensure all is going as planned. ER Member Mark Horn says, “the general manager in Nevis, Donna, is fantastic. The staff is also very good – attentive and friendly, without coming across as stiff or phony.”

According to the team, the single most memorable thing you can do to ensure the vacation of your dreams in Nevis is to attend the weekly lobster bake held at the beach club. Experience a culinary delight featuring all local ingredients in an unforgettable setting. Don’t miss Paradise Beach’s signature rum punch – you’ll never guess the secret ingredients!

[It's] hard to put a finger on why the Nevis crew is so exceptional. There is something about the genuine warmth and hospitality of the people of Nevis. The beach club does an outstanding job, and Donna is running a special place.

Paul and Mollie Pin ,Members since 2004

The Inside Scoop

First-hand Ambassador Tips

Ambassador Lyle Davis III has traveled extensively with his family – a few years ago, they spent time on Nevis’ sister island, St. Kitts, just across the channel called The Narrows. Where Nevis is understated and calming, St. Kitts is lively and over-the-top. Since it's so close and simple to get to, Lyle suggests you book a short ferry ride to adventure during your time at Paradise Beach.

Start with a morning ATV tour – you’ll race past sugar cane fields and through abandoned mills. Try Ivan at Spectrum Tours for an added history lesson at speed. Later, catch some rays on the black sands of Shipwreck Beach. Lunch at the Spice Mill Restaurant, located on Cockleshell Beach, to enjoy a front-row view of Nevis. 

Get Out There

Nevis' Must-Do Activity

At 3,232 feet, Mt. Nevis may not look or sound all that daunting, but a hike up this “hill” is much more of a climb. The trail is muddy and arduous, and the occasional rope guide or tree branch will assist your ascent. It is imperative to book a guide (our Members the Rodgers family highly recommend Baba, AKA Alfred) who is experienced and familiar with the conditions of the oft-washed-out trail and will regale you with tales straight from the island’s rich history.

For a fit and active traveler, the birds-eye view of Charlestown – weather permitting, of course – and your resulting stories will be worth such a trek! Don’t neglect to sign the guidebook stored in a heavy box and take a photo with the St. Kitts and Nevis flag planted nearby.

Focus on Food

Unique Nevis Nosh

The mango is a common tropical fruit found throughout the world, but the tiny island of Nevis is home to 44 different types! Many of these are thought to be some of the best in the Caribbean. Since they aren’t exported from Nevis, it’s critical you try a few while you’re there. Many restaurants have dishes featuring this juicy treat. The Beach Bar can whip up a smoothie or a cocktail. And Members traveling in July can partake at the Nevis Mango and Food Festival, where celebrity chefs have been known to teach master classes focusing on this sweet treat.

Paradise Beach Nevis was fantastic! The villas are incredible, the service is wonderful, and having your own little private beach was fantastic. I can't say enough about what a wonderful little gem that this place was.

Christopher Bloise ,Member since 2016

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