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Peak Heaven

Nevis
+1 869-665-6926
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Closed and derelict, but at Nevis Peak trailhead

While closed and derelict, Peak Heaven is an interesting window into changing Caribbean traveler... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
NHTraveler37
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Hanover, New Hampshire
Closed Down

A nice area at the start of the Peak hike. There is still a garden up there an a sign inviting... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2016
PiersWilson
,
Basingstoke, United Kingdom
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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.
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  • Very good15%
  • Average15%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
30 Mar 2017
“Closed and derelict, but at Nevis Peak trailhead”
2 Dec 2016
“Closed Down”
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

While closed and derelict, Peak Heaven is an interesting window into changing Caribbean traveler accommodation preferences: out with the rustic and earthy, in with the spas and 1000 thread count sheets.

Thank NHTraveler37
Reviewed 2 December 2016

A nice area at the start of the Peak hike. There is still a garden up there an a sign inviting people in but there is no sign of bars, eating or other entertainments.

1  Thank PiersWilson
Reviewed 16 February 2014

We traveled up to Peak Heaven and called several times to no avail before learning that it is closed. They have been experiencing management changes (we were told by locals) and it is uncertain when (or if) it will open again. I just wanted people...More

Thank augustisis
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...More

Thank TanyaP
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...More

Thank Smarty 6
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...More

1  Thank rsoltes
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...More

Thank Dunbar R
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...More

Thank Mayzinger
Reviewed 4 December 2012

This is a place that just needs a bit more - effort. It is run by a wonderful family that just need to put a bit more into it. The first thing you come across is a small childrens play area. At the top there...More

Thank Bessiegal
Reviewed 28 May 2012

We opted to take 'the Bush tea and village hike' which was a gentle amble with Edward Herbert to show us the remains of the Rawlins Estate where his family had lived in years gone by. He also showed and told us about the various...More

3  Thank Llanarmonlass
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