This is What a Golf Game With Volcanoes, Dogs and Monkeys Looks Like at The Four Seasons Nevis

When was the last time your retelling of a golf game included the words volcano, vervet monkeys and Robert Trent Jones? Those once-in-a-lifetime utterances will all come spilling out after playing 18 holes at the Four Seasons Nevis Golf Course

The thumbprint-shaped island of Nevis is just 36 square miles and is home to around 11,000 people. By comparison, there are an estimated 12,000 vervet monkeys that inhabit Nevis. Many of these green-tinted climbers take up residence in the mango, banana and palm trees woven throughout the Four Seasons 6,800-yard golf wonderland, which is wonderfully positioned at the rising base of a volcano known as Nevis Peak. 

Tim Cotroneo

Tim Cotroneo is a freelance writer from Minneapolis, MN, specializing in Caribbean travel, business, and golf. Tim is the Travel Writer for Business Owner Magazine and the Contributing Editor for Travel Dreams Magazine. All of Tim's travel articles can be found at and ...(Read More)

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