Planning your journey to Montserrat is an exciting step toward experiencing our rich culture, vibrant festivals, and stunning landscapes.

Here’s your ultimate guide to travelling to Montserrat:

Step 1: Fly to Antigua

Start your adventure by booking a flight to V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU) in Antigua, a hub for international travel. Choose from various airlines offering convenient connections to Antigua from major cities around the world.

Step 2: Take a Regional Flight

From Antigua, embark on the next leg of your journey with a regional flight to John A. Osborne Airport (MNI) in Montserrat. Regional carriers like FlyMontserrat and SVG Air offer short flights to the island.

Taxes: Passengers making same-day connections by air to Montserrat (within 24 hrs) are exempt from paying the Antigua Airport Tax (EC$101.25/US$37.50). The departure tax of EC$35/US$13 for passengers departing Montserrat for Antigua by air, is included in the ticket price.

Step 3: Take the Ferry

For a unique maritime experience, consider taking the ferry from Antigua to Montserrat.

The ferry departs from the Antigua ferry terminal in downtown St John’s. The dock is located at the bottom end of the High Street close to Heritage Quay.

Ferry Schedule:
Book Tickets:

Step 4: Check Entry Requirements

Before packing your bags, ensure you have all of the necessary travel documents, including a valid passport and any visas that may be required.

Montserrat Entry
Antigua Entry

Step 5: Explore Montserrat

Upon landing in Montserrat, the island is yours to explore. From local taxis to rental cars and public transportation, getting around is a breeze.

Local Taxis & Car
Visitor’s License: You can obtain a visitor’s license at the Brades Police Station or at the airport for US$18/EC$50. Alternatively, you can apply for a license in advance online at:
License Requirements: A full driving license from your home country.


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