Statement From Nevis Tourism Authority Regarding Nevis Mango Festival 2023

Dear Patrons and Stakeholders 

We at the Nevis Tourism Authority wish to thank you for turning out to our 9th staging of the Nevis Mango Festival which took place over this past weekend from June 30 to July 02. Patrons came out on Sunday to the "For The Love of Mangoes” event held at the Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park in record numbers. The unprecedented turnout was demonstrative of the success of our marketing efforts for this year’s staging of the festival. 

We are however aware that the large number of patrons created some logistical challenges which detracted from the quality of the event for some who attended. We sincerely apologize for those challenges and are in the process of undertaking an urgent post mortem to examine how we can improve so that all our patrons can be guaranteed a first class event. 

Our team has already started the review of this year’s event and the planning for the grand 10th anniversary of the Nevis Mango Festival in 2024. We assure patrons that next year we shall be bigger and better and encourage feedback from the public as to how we can better ensure that the Nevis Mango Festival continues to be one of the Caribbean’s premier festivals.  

Thank you.

Nevis Mango Festival 2023 promises to be an exciting and inspiring experience

The Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA) hosted a media launch for Mango Festival 2023 at the Mount Nevis Hotel on Friday, June 02, unveiling a host of exciting mango-themed activities for the June 30 to July 2, 2023 festival.

Juliet Bodley AKA Julie Mango Guest Host For Nevis Mango Festival 2023

We did say we had lots of exciting news coming through this week right? 
Well we couldn't be more excited to announce that Juliet Bodley, the Jamaican actor, comedian, and social media personality better known as @iamjuliemango is our guest host for this years Mango Festival!! 

The Nevis Mango Festival Returns For Its 9th Year

The Nevis Tourism Authority is delighted to announce the return of The Nevis Mango Festival. The festival which was launched in 2014, will take place from June 30th to July 2nd with its core purpose being to celebrate the most beloved fruit.
Nevis – known affectionately as Queen of the Caribbean, is home to over 44 varieties of Mango and so it is most fitting that such a festival take place on the Island.