I just wanted to say what a wonderful time my husband and I, along with my family and friends had in Nevis. We had our wedding ceremony there, and everyone agreed it was the most fun, relaxing and beautiful wedding that they had attended. We just loved the natural beauty of the island. We will definitely return here for one of our future anniversaries!
We really enjoyed eating at Nisbet Plantation, Oualie Beach Hotel and we took all of our friends to Sunshine's for drinks and to watch the sunset one day. Only one thing struck me as a little odd. I thought beaches were public, but I definitely noticed that there was no traffic into the Four seasons beach area, and I saw two hotel employees standing near the border between Sunshine's and the resort. I kidded around with my friends and called it the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea and joked about making a group dash for the other side. Actually one of my friends (who was staying with us at Nisbet for a few days and was planning to stay at the Four seasons after the wedding) wanted to see the Four seasons and also to use their restroom facility. She actually crossed the line and went in, and was followed by the employee. She went into the bathroom and when she came out, was escorted out. I guess she probably didn't have that problem later when she actually checked in as a guest in the hotel. I just thought it was a weird situation, since I always saw people visiting Nisbet Plantation beach and also Oualie's beach without being harassed or asked to leave. Are there rules in Nevis limiting people from visiting beaches that are owned by a resort?
Despite that experience, I still had a great time in Nevis.