Do you want to get married? The Caribbean is a good choice for a wedding and especially for the honeymoon.
At least that’s what Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle seem to think.
According to a rumor that runs in the international press, the royal couple chose the island of Nevis to spend their honeymoon after the wedding in London next May.
The gossip is based on Harry’s 1993 visit to the island with his mother, Princess Diana. In 2016, he returned on an official trip made on behalf of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The choice would not be wrong because St Kitts and Nevis is the closest place to paradise that anyone can enjoy.
The spot is a green sanctuary with long white sand beaches, attractive hotels and villas, and a wonderfull old style, according to the London travel section The Telegraph, an appreciation that perhaps the couple read.
To St Kitts and Nevis most visitors arrive by sea, crossing the two miles of the strait that separates the two sister islands. Nevis was named Oualie (“Land of Beautiful Waters”) by the Caribs and Dulcina (“Sweet Island”) by the first British settlers.
That name is derived from the Spanish Nuestra Señora de las Nieves. It appeared for the first time on maps in the sixteenth century.
Nevis is also known by the nickname “Queen of the Caribbean”, that won the island in the 18th century, when sugar plantations created much wealth for the British.
The summit of the 3,232-foot Nevis Peak is often shrouded in a dense cloud cover. Christopher Columbus confused the cloud covered peak with snow.
Nevis has a particular historical significance for Americans also because it was the birthplace and home of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Nevis is a perfect place for newlyweds. The Prince Harry’s and Markle honeymoon tript may not be a fake version.
Both are romantic and have an excellent taste to choose perfect places.