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Our Tours

A list of our biking and hiking tours

Joys of Biking Nevis StyleJoys of Biking Nevis Style

Duration: 2 hours

This tour captures the quintessential beauty of Nevis in a leisurely ride. Travelling through charming villages such as Newcastle, Pot works Estate and Camps. Must see locations include historical Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, home of Frances Nisbet (wife of Lord Horatio Nelson), Cottle Church on Round Hill Estate.

This tour incorporates paved roads and single and double off road trails; a climbing gradient of between 3 – 5 percent. It is ideally suited for all level of riders

Windwardside Discovery Bike TourWindwardside Discovery Bike Tour

Duration: 2-3 1/2 hours

With stops at a haunted estate and the last operating sugar plantation in Nevis; this tour takes avid cyclists on a journey of discovery through the parish of St. James.

You will travel through areas such as Newcastle Village, Barnaby via the island’s main road, off road along the historic Upper Road trail, Eden Browne Estate and New River / Coconut Walk.

This tour incorporates 60 percent paved roads and 40 percent single and double off road trails. The average climbing gradient is between 2 – 5 percent.

bike-tours-nevis-2aNevis Challenge: Peak of Biking

Duration: 3 – 3 1/2 hours

Is cycling your passion and are you looking for the ultimate Nevisian Challenge?
This Nevis island tour is for intermediate and experienced cyclists only and involves a full tour of this beautiful 36 square mile destination.

Your tour will take you through charming villages such as New Castle, Camps, Butlers and Gingerland, Brown Hill and Long Point. Historical plantations such as Golden Rock, Garners Estate, and Eden Browne to name a few. This round the island also travels through Charlestown the historical capital of Nevis before returning to the start point in Newcastle. This is perfect for intermediate and experience riders.

Nevis Peak hike ‘Up and Down’Nevis Peak hike ‘Up and Down’

Duration: 4-5 hours

Your hike begins and ends in the quiet village of Zetlands. This hiking travelling up to the Nevis Peak 3232ft provides one of the greatest first hand opportunities to see the interior of this relatively undeveloped Mountain. This hike travels up and down the same side of the slope.

Perfect for all levels of climbers, though with a few challenging and adventurous sections. There is abundance of natural vegetation providing a wide canopy and unparalleled views over a wide expanse of the island.

Views as far as Rawlins Village, Indian Castle, Saddle Hill, Long Point and Charlestown our Island’s capital. On a clear day neighbouring islands such Montserrat, St. Kitts and Antigua can also be viewed.
This is perfect for intermediate and experienced of hikers.

Nevis Peak 'Up and Over'Nevis Peak ‘Up and Over’

Duration: 4 1/2 – 5 1/2 hours

Your hike begins in the quiet village of Zetlands and ends in Hamilton Estate. It is identical to the Nevis Peak ‘Up and Down’ but involves travelling over the mountain. This longer tour tour provides another opportunity to see the interior of this relatively undeveloped Mountain.

Perfect for all levels of climbers, though with a number of challenging and adventurous sections. There is abundance of natural vegetation providing a wide canopy and unparalleled views over a wide expanse of the island.  Views as far as Indian Castle, Saddle Hill, Long Point and Charlestown our Island’s capital, the South East Peninsula and other areas of St. Kitts to name a few.
This is perfect for intermediate and experienced of hikers.

hiking-tours-nevis-3aRussell’s Rest Nature Hike

Duration: 3 – 3 1/2 hours

Take a moderately challenging hike to Russell’s Rest Nature Trail. Your tour begins at the ruins of the old Russell Plantation in St. James Parish which dates back to the 1650’s. This tour is on the Atlantic side of the island.

Along the route see remnants of Nevis’ past sugar history and learn bout the site’s origin. Walk through an abundance of natural vegetation providing a wide canopy overhead, lush tropical rain forest, enchanting ravines and waterfalls forming the water source in St. James. Also, view the diverse flora and fauna, monkeys, cocoa trees and a variety of fruit trees. Enjoy breath-taking vistas of the Atlantic Ocean.

This tour provides a great firsthand exploration into the beautiful, relatively unexplored interior of the island.