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You can walk from the beach restaurant s, past the locals small beach side bars to Four Seasons Resort and beyond to Mango Restaurant and to Paridice beach if you don't mind a bit of a hike.
4 Seasons charges the most for a beer...More
We arrived on a cruise ship in St. Kitts, and took the ferry here. The beach was nearly empty. The views were gorgeous with the volcano in the background. The water is pretty, but not clear due to the sand stir-up. It’s not a good...More
This is the beach outside of the Four Seasons Resort. Very nice beach with Staff to bring water, towels, drink and whatever you may need. There were paddle boards, snorkels and various other water activities provided for a charge.
Not a thick beach but there are not a lot of people on the island so there is enough sand for all . A few nice restaurants near Buy , misbegotten beach is a little better you can watch the planes flow in and out...More
This place is close to Charlestown and includes Four season Nevis. Place have plenty of restaurant and beach bars to choose from, only in low season some of them are close, but you will still easily find a place to satisfy anyone hungry. Sunset view...More
This is a very large beach in Nevis and it is a great play to relax and includes so diverse places as the super upmarket like the Four Seasons and great beach bars as Sunshine. Not your dream postcard Caribbean beach but still very nice...More
A really nice expanse of beach which goes down to the 4 Seasons. If you want music and lots of things going on then this is the beach. Seemed the busiest beach out of all the ones we visited. We pretty much just walked the...More
We actually booked the trip to Nevis through the Marriott where we were staying. However, there are many personal options outside of this one. Most of the cab drivers are de facto tour guides and can arrange to pick you up... More
We actually booked the trip to Nevis through the Marriott where we were staying. However, there are many personal options outside of this one. Most of the cab drivers are de facto tour guides and can arrange to pick you up from your lodgings and transport you to the ferry location with instructions on going to Nevis. Nevis as I'm sure you are aware is another island close by (about 30 minute ferry ride).
Personally, I think a package through one of the tour operators is much easier as they handle your ferry fees, access and arrange a tour with lunch included and beach time on Nevis.
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Saint Louis, Missouri
Friar's Beach or Pinney's Beach? (6 Replies)
We have one day on a cruise and both beaches sound spectacular. I would base my decision on ease to get there, snorkeling, and cost involved. Thanks for any suggestions.
March 05, 2012|
South Friar's is on St. Kitts. Pinney's is on Nevis. Where is your ship docking? I'd let that be my guide.
Pinney's Beach question. (6 Replies)
Hello, We decided to spend one of our days in Nevis and are leaning to Pinney's Beach. Does anyone know if there is an area that we can rent chairs and umbrellas or a palapa and where along Pinney's it is? Also, are there any facilities? We'd like to hang out around some of the Beach Bars if possible. Thanks, Chris
April 07, 2008|
At Pinney's Beach both Sunshine's ans Chevy's Beach Bar have "free" lounge chairs that you can use. Both places have areas with shade. If by "facilities" you mean "rest rooms" you'll find fairly primitive ones at Chevy's (Sunshine's are still underconstruction but should be finished in a couple of weeks.) You can also pay an exhorbident "day fee (think in terms of $300US) if you weant to use the facilities at the Four Seasons Resort.
Pinney's Beach palm trees (3 Replies)
We are headed to St Martin in 3 weeks to pick up a 36 foot boat and sail around the area. We were thinking of heading over to Nevis but heard that the beaches look funny because all of the palm trees are stubs from a hurricane. Is this true? Is it worth a long all day said to spend a few nights at Pinney's beach?
March 27, 2011|
About 5 years ago a disease call Lethal Yellow killed almost all the coconut palm trees on Pinney's Beach (and other areas of Nevis - mostly along the Caribbean side of the island). While there are a number of ""bare" palm tree trucks still standing (mostly on public lands) many of the private land owners (including the Four Seasons Resort) have removed the dead trees from their properties and replaced them with disease resistant varieties. On the public lands new, younger palm trees have...More