Montserrat Sights

Though the more fertile—and historic—southern half of Montserrat was destroyed by the volcano, emerald hills still reward explorers. Hiking and biking are the best ways to experience this island's unspoiled rain forest, glistening black-sand beaches, and lookouts over the devastation.

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Jack Boy Viewing Facility

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This vantage point—replete with telescope, barbecue grill and tables for picnickers, landscaped grounds, and washrooms—provides bird's-eye...

Montserrat Volcano Observatory

  • Observatory/Planetarium

The island's must-see sight occupies capacious, strikingly postmodern quarters with stunning vistas of the Soufrière Hills volcano—a...

Richmond Hill

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This once affluent suburb of Plymouth is just north of the former capital and also offers a riveting panorama. You can see the 18th-century...

St. George's Hill/Garibaldi Hill

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

The only access to this incredible vantage point over the devastation is across the Belham Valley, through a once-beautiful golf course...

The Cot

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

A fairly strenuous Centre Hills trail leads to one of Montserrat's few remaining historic sites—the ruins of the once-influential Sturges...


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