FAQ’s

How do I travel to Montserrat?

The closest take-off point for Montserrat is the island of Antigua (V.C. Bird International Airport – ANU). Most major airlines have flights to Antigua.

Upon arrival to Antigua, you must pass through Customs and Immigration and pick up your luggage, before any further travel.

Fly Montserrat flies out of the Antigua airport 3 times daily. After your departure from Customs and Immigration area of airport, you check in with Fly Montserrat, go through security, and wait for your 20-minute flight to Montserrat. Fly Montserrat utilizes small prop planes, which seat 4 to 8 passengers.

From time to time, there is also a ferry service from the St. Johns’ port in Antigua to Montserrat. This is about a 2-hour boat trip. Check www.visitmontserrat.com for updates on the ferry service.

 

 

 

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What is there to do on Montserrat?

Play dominos with local folk at the Rum Bars.

Dance at the Soca Club.

Swim, snorkel, scuba dive.

Hike.

Take a boat trip along the shore line to the volcanic city of Plymouth.

Take a helicopter trip over Plymouth.

Visit the Montserrat Volcano Observatory.

Relax and enjoy yourself.

 

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How do I get to St. John, USVI

The best way to get to St. John is to fly into the St. Thomas, USVI, (Cyril E. King РSTT) airport, and then take the ferry to St. John. (There is no airport on St. John).

All the taxi drivers at the St. Thomas airport know the ferry schedules, and will get you to the next departing ferry to St. John.

Once you arrive at St. John, our property manager, Mary-Eileen Nogueira, will pick you up and guide you to the villa.

 

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How do I get to Tortola, British Virgin Islands?

There are two airports which work for Tortola. One is located on Beef Island, BVI, (EIS), and the other on St. Thomas, USVI.

Flying into the Beef Island airport generally requires a stop in Puerto Rico. Large airlines, and also small ones like Cape Air and Liat, fly into Beef Island. If you are staying on the Eastern end of Tortola, or going on to Virgin Gorda, this airport is closer to your accomodations. It is about 1/2 hour from Roadtown, and one hour from the Western side of the island. A taxi to Roadtown from the airport will cost approx. $25 per person. The ferry to North Sound, Virgin Gorda, costs about $60 per person Round Trip.

Most major airlines, as well as Cape Air, fly into the St. Thomas airport (STT). Any taxi driver can then take you to the next ferry leaving for Tortola, BVI. Be sure to specify whether you want to step at the West End ferry dock (close to Oceana) or the Road Town ferry dock (close to Kingston). Not all ferries stop at the West End. It is generally less expensive to fly into St. Thomas, rather than Beef Island, from the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

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