Cheap flights from Montserrat
Flights from Montserrat
Montserrat is an island in the Caribbean and an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. It is situated in the Leeward Islands, southeast of Puerto Rico. The island measures roughly 16 kilometres long and 11 kilometres wide, with about 40 kilometres of coastline and a total area of 102 square kilometres. Montserrat's capital was originally Plymouth, but it was destroyed in 18 July 1995, when the previously dormant Soufrière Hills volcano erupted and destroyed the city. The current de facto capital is Brades, while a new town and port is being developed at Little Bay.
Where to go
Soufrière Hills Volcano - Soufrière Hills Volcano is the active, complex stratovolcano responsible for the destruction of the former capital of Montserrat. It was dormant for a long period until it became active in 1995, and has remained active since. The Montserrat Volcano Observatory, located in the nearby village of Flemmings, is in charge of monitoring, researching, educating, and advising to reduce the impact of volcanic activity. The MVO accepts visitors and offers lectures and field trips.
Rendezvous Bay - Rendezvous Bay is the only place in Montserrat with blond sand. The bay is good for swimming, snorkelling, and diving; just make sure to bring plenty of water and protection from the sun.
Montserrat Hiking Trails - One of the island's key tourist attractions is its hiking trails, with varying difficulty levels and scenery. The Oriole Walkway is a good trail for catching a glimpse of life in the rainforest and for a chance to see the oriole, Montserrat's national bird. The Cot offers beautiful views and the island's history, while the Blackwood Allen Trail provides views of the island's unique vegetation, the Blackwood Allen stream, and a viewing area overlooking the villages and the ocean in the north.
Montserrat Cultural Centre - The Montserrat Cultural Centre is a multi-purpose performing arts venue. It has a capacity for up to 500 people, and can be used for several gatherings such as cultural events, weddings, and conferences. The Centre also features a recording studio and a Wall of Fame that displays bronze handprints of famous musicians who recorded their music on Monsterrat.
An hour or so away, sometimes even less, are plenty of Caribbean islands to choose from as your next destination. One place in particular that has it all is Barbados, with its gorgeous beaches, a culture full of passion and life, golden sunlight, historic sites, and a thriving nightlife. In short, it is the place to go for typical (exceptional) Caribbean tourism. If you prefer something a little more low-key, Sint Eustatius, also known as The Golden Rock or Statia, is your unspoiled and laidback go-to option.
There are no direct long-haul destinations served by the main airport of Montserrat.
How to get out
The primary airport serving Montserrat is John A. Osborne Airport. FlyMontserrat operates to several destinations, including Tortola, Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, Barbuda, Dominica, Nevis, Fort-de-France, Pointe-à-Pitre, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Kitts, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Sint Maarten, and Sint Eustatius. Trans Anguilla Airways also offers flights to Anguilla, while ABM Air has flights to Barbuda.
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