January 25 to February 1, 2025

Led by Jerry & Amy Fritz
Jerry Fritz Garden Tours

Experience gardens and the flora and fauna of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Jerry Fritz is a graduate of Delaware Valley University who puts his lifelong passion for plants and design into every garden he creates.  Jerry never misses an opportunity to share his obsession with his design clients and fellow gardeners.

Amy Fritz is also a graduate of Delaware Valley University. She is the organizer and planner who meticulously researches and organizes the tours, setting up the bespoke itineraries and ensures a unique and special experience that cannot be duplicated.



Golden Rock Botanical Tour – Designed by Miami-based designer Raymond Jungles under the stewardship of New York artists Helen and Brice Marden, owners of Golden Rock. The Mardens worked with Raymond to create this magical space to invite peaceful contemplation. Helen curated the plant selection and Brice placed lava boulders that were unearthed during excavation throughout the property to create sprawling spaces for appreciating the garden.

Private Beach BBQ at Montpelier’s beach club.

Nevis Island Tour with stops at historic sites. This is a tour of the entire island of Nevis. Participants would visit historic sites, learn about the history of the island and see the stunning views while getting a glimpse into the way people live on this island, and getting an appreciation for the natural flora and fauna on the island.

Lunch at Sunshine’s Beach Bar and Restaurant

Nevis Botanical Garden Tour with lunch This tour includes a visit to gardens along with a stop at The Nevisian Heritage Village at Fothergills Estate, followed by lunch. We will discover the special and traditional relationship Nevisians have with the island’s plant life.

Lunch at Passion Restaurant and Bar – This brings the tour to a delicious end. Dine on authentic local cuisine at, eating and drinking foods made from some plants seen on the tour.

Dinner at Bananas Restaurant

Tropical Fruit Tasting – St. Kitts and Nevis is a place with an abundance of local and perhaps unusual fruits. Visit a local permaculture farm. Our expert guide will conduct the fruit tasting and guide the group on a tour of the farm.

Day trip to St. Kitts for a botanicals-focused island tour. This tour includes an opportunity to see the entire island of St. Kitts with stops at the St. Kitts Eco Park, a botanical garden facility on St. Kitts along with lunch at the lovely Belle Mont Farm.

Dinner at the hotel as a group in the Mill Privee restaurant. Sure to be a memorable experience, we will enjoy a private candlelit dinner in a 300-year-old sugar mill converted into the only restaurant of its kind in the world.

Two free days to enjoy at your leisure. Do as little or as much as you like! Options include relaxing at Montpelier’s private beach club, lounging at the pool, hiking to Mt Nevis or Nelson’s Lookout. Perhaps enjoy a round of golf, dine or relax with a massage and spa treatments at the Four Seasons Resort. Dine for lunch or dinner at any of the many fine options across the island including The Rocks, Drift, The Yachtsman Steakhouse or Luna. Visit historical sites such as the Alexander Hamilton Museum, The Museum of Nevis History and the New River Estate. Get your zen on with a walking meditation and rainforest hike including a trip to the volcanic hot springs for a relaxing soak. Sail around the islands on a catamaran or enjoy fishing on a private boat charter. For the food enthusiast, cooking class with Montpelier’s’ Executive Chef Halva Browne. This is the perfect combination of culinary demonstration and practical class.


Accommodation seven nights at Montpelier Plantation and Beach Hotel in a premier room including taxes and fees.

Round trip ground transportation and water taxi from St Kitts airport to hotel in Nevis.


Email Amy Fritz at with any questions.

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All photos courtesy of @jerryfritzgardendesign