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Review of Peak Heaven

Peak Heaven
Ranked #18 of 53 things to do in Nevis
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Owner description: Owned and operated by a fourth generation Nevisian,Peak Heaven is a heritage site which showcases life on Nevis as it was between the 30's & 60's. Experience the culture, traditions & history. Enjoy a complete village experience on our Nevisian Village Life tour with artefacts for viewing & replica chattel house.The views from the site are second to none on the island. Enjoy stunning panoramic views of neighbouring islands whilst savouring a delicious meal fresh from the Coal Pot Restaurant.
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Activities for older children, Baby buggy parking, Lockers / storage
Reviewed 2 December 2013

That's what we were told by two taxi people, but ... we did see the sign. I see that there are no reviews after May,2013. We wanted to check it out on our own, but time didn't permit. If it is still there, the sign is very hard to see. It's at a road located immediately to the NE of the Gingerland Police station.

Thank TanyaP
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Reviewed 16 May 2013

We were in St. Kitt's Nevis in July and the weather is hot and humid, but at Peak Heaven, the wind blows, the balmy mixes with the breeze and the shade and it is sublime. In addition to being an absolutely beautiful spot, with interesting gardens and design and wonderfully hand crafted elements throughout including games for the children, the views are spectacular and peaceful... but the icing on the cake is that the service is incredibly hospitable and the food is delicious. Truly, the food was outstanding and such a treat out in the open air, overlooking the Caribbean and the Island of St. Kitts, the place was amazing. Goats came through while we were there and we've heard that sometimes you see monkeys! It's amazing that you look down to the sea and then look up into the jungle-like mountain top surrounded by clouds and all of the while feel at home in this little bit of Heaven! The experience was so intimate, wonderful wonderful! You must go!

Thank Smarty 6
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Reviewed 9 January 2013

This was by far our best experience on Nevis! We wanted to go hiking to the top of the volcano...and they gave us friendly service and found an awesome guide for us! (They also only charged about half as much as other tour companies.)

It is a family-run business and they were by far the FRIENDLIEST people we met on the island! GREAT PEOPLE!!

They also have a restaurant, but we were far too tired after our hike to go back for lunch/dinner.

The only drawback is that the road to get to Peak Heaven is VERY STEEP and NARROW (from an American stand-point)...but they have PLENTY of signs to guide you there.


1  Thank rsoltes
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Reviewed 6 January 2013

This hidden place up a track is hard to find and impossible to miss!! It leads up the mountain and has a garden and cafe which are both lovely and surprising, the 'owner is kind and thoughtful, the ambience is a throwback to the island as it once was.
Closed on Sunday and Monday , which is a shame .

Thank Dunbar R
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Reviewed 11 December 2012

We climbed last week on vacation, first time to Nevis (2 couples, 40ish years old). After reading the reviews we were unsure whether to use a guide and just how hard it would be. We took a guide (which was worth it) and found it a bit harder than expected. The view at the to is amazing, the trail is very narrow and filled with roots, ruts and rocks. Quite steep in some places where they ahve ropes attached to help. You end up on your butt at times, your shoes will be caked in mud as well as your hands from ropes and roots. Need to be in reasonable shape, it takes 2+ hours up and back down and you will be sore the next day. A great 1/2 day experience.

Thank Mayzinger
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