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nevis -- money questions

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We are going to Nevis for 9 nights. Should we bring mostly cash or credit card? If we take money out of the atm there, we will get ECD. Do the restaurants accept this currency? Are prices on the menus in usd or ecd? In Europe, we are always careful that we are charged in local currency and pay the exchange rate on the credit card. Is that something to be concerned with here?

Also, does anyone know how much activities cost like hiking with a guide, a taxi guide for a day, the ferry to St. Kitts and horseback riding? I am budgeting $175 per day for meals and car but needed to know how much more for activities. Is $2,000 - $2,250 enough for everything (meals other than breakfast, car rental, activities)? I expect that at least a couple of days we will eat where the locals do. any suggestions where to eat? I know about all the really nice restaurants -- but what about less formal meals?

Also, is there any difference in price between the car rental companies? Of should we just wait until we get there to worry about it as the hotels have suggested?

Thanks

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