Caribbean: Nevis, all to set celebrate ‘Mango Festival’ with great pomp in July 

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Basseterre: St Kitts and Nevis, the Paradise of the Caribbean region, is looking forward to celebrating the most loved fruit on the island of Nevis. As July is on the way to come with the extraordinary “Mango Festival”, People in the island nation Nevis are all set to pomp their most loved fruit in July, and the nation is well-known as the “Mango Capital in the Caribbean.” 

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Mango Festival is likely to celebrate for a week every year, and the significant occasion will be celebrated from July 1 to July 3, 2022.   

The current year’s Mango Festival will be formally sent off at Cades Bay Fruit Orchard from 1 pm onwards on July 1. On the next day, from 12 early afternoons on July 2, Nevis will observe an easy-breezy mango Saturday. On a closing day (July 3), the Nevisians and Kittitians will partake in the affection for mangoes at Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park, which will incorporate a Food Demonstration, Chef’s Cooking Competition (St Kitts and Nevis), Mango Wellness Zone, and Mango 101 Zone.

The celebration will likewise draw in the crowd through the challenges like mango eating and a cocktail drink contest. Moreover, there would be a culinary test, which will carry the island’s top gourmet specialists to prepare mango-centre menus. It will be to be sure about the mango.

Devon Liburd, the Nevis Tourism Authority’s interim CEO, gladly expressed, “Mangoes are a necessary piece of the Nevisian food as various species are developed here. Every assortment is known for its special look, taste and surface. Each Nevisian accepts the Mango Festival is the ideal method for encountering a Caribbean excursion with a particularly Nevisian flavour.”

The love for this fruit might be proved by every Nevisian with at least a mango tree in their backyard. Every summer, Nevis literally witnesses the rain of mangoes, and there are over forty-four different kinds available in Nevis, with Amory Polly, Julie and Long being the most popular among locals as well as travellers.

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Since the downfall of the sugar mills in the late 1930s, the small island country has relied on tourism for financial assistance. The Federation is also known as one of the best nations which provide economic citizenship. It offers the world’s best Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme, as per the CBI Index published by the Financial Times’ PWM magazine. St Kitts and Nevis have been ranked first for “Citizenship Timeline”, “Due Diligence”, and “Family” in the Index.

The smallest country in the Western Hemisphere launched the economic citizenship programme in 1984 and is a pioneer in the industry. The CBI Programme provides alternative citizenship to investors, across the globe, in exchange for the financial contribution to the economy of the country. 

The CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis has been providing alternative citizenship for more than three decades and has been regarded as the longest-running in the world. The programme guarantees platinum standards with increased mobility, sustainable investment opportunities and greater economic freedom for successful applicants.

Some of the key benefits offered by the Programme of St Kitts and Nevis are as follows: 

· Open routes to a global market

· Opportunity to become a global citizen

· Enables to add additional dependents under one application

· Offers numerous business opportunities

· Diversify your portfolio

· An efficient platform for wealth planning

The CBI Programme has been praised for its stringent as well as vigorous due-diligence background checks, which are carried out by third-party firms. The agencies conduct multi-layered background checks, analysing applications, documents, character, source of income and many others. The government of St Kitts and Nevis has hired one of the world’s best independent firms. The background checks help maintain the integrity of the programme and also ensure national and international security.

 

 

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