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C aribbean resort locations abound but every now and then you need to step out of the ordinary into the extraordinary. Four Seasons Nevis will satisfy even the most discerning vacationer. An 18-minute ferry ride from the island of St. Kitts, Nevis offers a salt- spray realization that this is a special paradise with its lush gardens, slender palm trees, and quiet beaches all nestled within the shadow of Mount Nevis. Located in the CaribbeanWest Indies, the two islands make up the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. As for Nevis, it is what you won’t find on this off-the-beaten-track island, such as traffic lights, cruise ships, or any building taller than a coconut palm, that distinguishes it. AtNevis’ premiere resort, guestsplantheir own perfect stay. Accommodations range from spacious ocean-front guest rooms with personal verandas, to state-of-the- art, multi-bedroom private villa residences with expansive gardens and infinity pools. The resort’s fifty villas are spread about the 350-acre property with views ranging from the sparkling Caribbean Sea to the majestic

Mount Peak. Villa guests enjoy a dedicated Ambassador to tend to any requests, from pantry provisions stocked before arrival, to scheduling your private chef. It’s with a certain amount of youthful glee that villa vacationers can zip around the 350-acre property, in their own family-sized golf cart, taking in the glorious 18-hole Robert Trent Jones II championship golf course, 10-court tennis center, and 12,000 square foot open-air Spa. The Four Seasons Nevis has an uncrowded ambiance with three beachfront infinity pools and an expansive beach for sunning and watersports, where vacationers can be on the move all day or remain supine and sublime. Reserve a private beach cottage at Pinney’s Beach, large enough for 6 people, with a TV, mini-fridge and shady hammock, where the only thing to run after is the Rum Cart for a signature Rasta-Guava Rum Punch. As far as the little ones, Four Seasons’ complimentary Kids For All Seasons clubhouse entertains guests as young as three years old, playing mini-golf and tracking sea turtles.

When hunger strikes, guests have the choice of five enticing restaurants, from Kastawey Beach Bar, a toes-in-the-sand beachside hangout serving grilled local seafood and Lemonade Sangria, to the romantic al fresco waterfront Caribbean Rim restaurant Mango, with a rum tasting bar and sunset views. For dive devotees, the resort’s certified Chef Tristan takes guests on a Dine and Dive, sea-to-table experience, where you lasso your own catch andminutes later, your lobster or Mahi Mahi is sizzling on the BBQ, while you regale your friends and family with tales of hauling in the “big one.” On the Summit and Spa experience, adventurers scale the challenging 3,232- foot Nevis Peak with expert hiking guides; after your summit, head down to the Spa for a delicious Caribbean island lunch and signature Nevisian Massage. For a dynamic evening activity, Four Seasons’ own award- winning mixologist, Kendie, will get you macerating the fresh ginger and lime while she shares her recipe for her epic

Passionfruit Ginger Mojito. fourseasons.com/nevis –P.K.

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