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A Caribbean island with an Irish heritage, verdant valleys and rainforests, Montserrat offers visitors to the island a unique tropical experience… plus a famous grumbling volcano – Soufriere Hills Volcano. Montserrat is located approximately 27 miles south west from Antigua and is around 40 square miles in size. The lush island has a volcanic mountainous spine from where, at varying points, there are far-reaching views to neighbouring islands – Nevis and St Kitts, Redonda, Guadeloupe and Antigua. The north of the island is verdant and typically Caribbean in character. The other half of the island is unlikely to be habitable for some years due to catastropic volcanic eruptions in 1995 and 1997. The volcano is still active and does suffer hiccups periodically, but is one of the most closely-monitored volcanoes in the world.
Unspoiled by mass tourism, and a welcoming island, Montserrat offers a unique adventure vacation in the Caribbean and, for keen hikers, many serious hiking trails. There’s no doubt that the best way of exploring Montserrat is on foot; there are lots of hiking trails with the opportunity of seeing some of Montserrat’s fascinating birds and wildlife, as well as spectacular views.
Montserrat’s national dish is Goat water, a thick goat meat stew served with crusty bread rolls.The Montserrat cuisine resembles to the general British and Caribbean one, as it is situated in the Caribbean zone and it is a British territory. The cuisine includes a wide range of light meats, like fish, seafood and Chicken, which are mostly grilled or roasted. Being a fusion of numerous cultures, like Spanish, French, African, Indian and Amerindian, the Caribbean cuisine is unique, yet complex.
Montserrat is a British overseas territory located in the Leeward Islands, part of the chain of islands called the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. It measures approximately 16 km (10 miles) long and 11 km (7 miles) wide, giving 40 km of coastline. Montserrat is often referred to as the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean, due both to its resemblance to coastal Ireland and to the Irish descent of most of its early European settlers.
Montserrat contains sheltered, dark-sanded beaches and trendy tourist beaches lined with food vendors and historical sites. There is a beach for every traveler on Montserrat. The following are some of the most popular beaches in Montserrat. Montserrat beaches are Woodlands Beach, Rendezvous Bay, Little Bay, Carr's Bay and Old Road Beach.