A British Overseas Territory, Montserrat Island lies in the Caribbean. With an area of 102 sq. kms, it is located among the Leeward Islands that belong to the Lesser Antilles here.
Three-thousand and more Islands form the Caribbean group of Islands, separating the North Atlantic Ocean from the Sea of Caribbean. The Islands in the Lesser Antilles are the southeast group of Caribbean Islands, categorized as Windward Islands and Leeward Islands. The Bahamas are said to be the northernmost Islands of the Caribbean. The Islands in the centre are grouped as Greater Islands and include the Island Nations of Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Haiti.
When to visit
With a tropical climate, Montserrat Island favours tourism all through the year though you can see it peak in the months of February to May – the cooler and dry season.
How to Get to Montserrat
There is only one airport in the Island of Montserrat – the Gerald’s Airport and the only airline serving it is the [...]
The Canary Islands are a constitution of seven incredible islands considered as a part of Spain, but situated closer to Africa. Located in the Atlantic Ocean south of the Iberian Peninsula, the archipelago’s five main tourist islands are La Palma, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, and Lanzarote. On the other hand, the remaining two are the miniature unblemished islands of Hierro and Gomera. Amazingly, these islands are the pinnacles of a huge volcanic mountain range that is under the ocean and are home to seven national reserves of Spain.
Irrespective of whether you have come with your friends or family and with young or old, these islands will make up you holidays. Beaches, water sports, land sports, museums, art galleries, gardens, monuments, mountains, and volcanoes, theme parks, water parks – what else one needs to enjoy some memorable days!
Canary Islands Tourist Attractions
This is the largest island and the most varied landscape with volcanic mountains, [...]