All You Need To Know About Montserrat
Montserrat is a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean, specifically in the Leeward Islands, part of the chain known as the Lesser Antilles, in the West Indies.
Montserrat measures approximately 16km (10 miles) long and 11km (7 miles) wide, with approximately 40 kilometers (25 miles) of coastline.
Montserrat’s closest neighboring island is Antigua, which is only 20 minutes away by plane or an hour and a half by sea.
A-Z Listings: A comprehensive list of businesses and services in Montserrat.
Accommodation: Properties range from bed and breakfast and hotels, to some of the most beautiful luxury villas in the Caribbean.
Car Rental/Taxi/Tour Operators: Getting around the island is easy, whether you rent a car or hire a taxi or tour bus.
Customs/Etiquette: Tips for a comfortable stay.
Driving in Montserrat: Obtaining a driving license, vehicle registration, map, service stations and road traffic rules.
Education: The educational institutions that operate on the island.
Electric Voltage: 110 as well as 220 volts can be found on the island.
Emergency Contact numbers: Print this page and bring it with you wherever you go, just in case you have of an emergency.
Entering, Exiting and Staying in Montserrat: Taxes, import and export regulations and your visa requirements.
Events: A full list of all of the events taking place on island.
Facts & Figures: Data on the island’s population, religions, landscape, economy and more.
Government & Statutory Bodies: The Ministries and Statutory bodies that make up the Government of Montserrat.
History & Culture: A comprehensive review of Montserrat’s History and Culture.
Jobs: This page provides a list of jobs that are available in Montserrat and the rest of the region.
Medical Facilities: General practitioners, public hospital, clinics, dentists and private facilities.
Money, Exchange, Banks: Current exchange, money transfer, banks and cashpoints.
News: The latest local and regional news, reviews and interviews.
Personal Safety & Health Precautions: Tips to keep you healthy and safe during your stay.
Postal Services: The main post office, sub post offices and postcodes.
Radio: There is one main radio station broadcasting nationally, regionally and on the web.
Shopping hours: Normal shopping hours and other general information.
Things to Do: From sight seeing to boat tours, there are lots of things to do when you visit Montserrat.
Travelling with pets: Obtaining permits and other important information about bringing your pets into Montserrat.
Travelling by air: Airlines, baggage allowance, checking in, departure tax etc.
TV, Phone and Internet: The many communication options that are available on the island.