Get Above Nevis’ Waterfalls and Emerald Canopy
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Get Above Nevis’ Waterfalls and Emerald Canopy

Nevis‘ waterfalls are one of the major perks to venturing into the island’s lush tropical interior. Rich with dense, fertile forests clinging to the side of a potentially active volcano, it’s perfect for hiking.

Fruit trees reward trekkers around nearly every bend in the well-worn paths, there’s a story for every bush and tree you encounter, the calls of exotic birds fill the air, monkeys scamper to and fro, plus picturesque and refreshing cool waterfalls abound β€” no wonder hiking The Source is Steve’s favorite hike of all time.

For the uninitiated, you may be wondering what it’s like to take it all in from high above these Nevis waterfalls.

Well, relax and see for yourself in this month’s moment of zen.

Get Above Nevis’ Waterfalls and Emerald Canopy

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