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Fondly known as the ‘Emer­ald Isle’ of the Caribbean, this pear-shaped is­land is a trav­eller’s par­adise for na­ture lovers, divers, ad­ven­tur­ers, fam­i­lies, villa va­ca­tion­ers and hon­ey­moon­ers. The for­mer cap­i­tal city (the star at­trac­tion) Ply­mouth, is buried in vol­canic ash, a trans­for­ma­tion that likens this Bri­tish Over­seas Ter­ri­tory to a modern-day Pom­peii. In con­trast, the rest of the is­land flour­ishes with green moun­tains, world-class na­ture, hik­ing trails, de­serted dark sand beaches, un­touched reefs and a friendly charm rem­i­nis­cent of the way the Caribbean used to be. Montser­rat of­fers a unique niche of ‘res­i­den­tial tourism’, boast­ing some ex­clu­sive ac­com­mo­da­tion, all of which pro­vides a serene and com­fort­able life­style with all the ameni­ties for a laid-back, Caribbean is­land get­away in this wellkept se­cret.


Montser­rat, a lush green and moun­tain­ous is­land of around 39 square miles, lies 27 miles south­west of An­tigua .

It is one of 14 UK Over­seas Ter­ri­to­ries, gov­erned by an elected pre­mier and par­lia­ment.

Daily flights to and from An­tigua on Fly­montser­rat and SVG Air con­nect with the rest of the Caribbean, North Amer­ica and Europe. A Ferry ser­vice from An­tigua is also avail­able.


Montser­rat cel­e­brates St. Pa­trick’s Day with a week-long fes­ti­val from March 10-17.

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