Read the 2024 Edition of Discover Montserrat Magazine

Plan Your Trip

How to Get Here

Getting to this island paradise is a journey made seamless and accessible through the VC Bird International Airport, in neighbouring Antigua. The airport is served by most major regional and international airlines, ensuring that the beauty of Montserrat is just a flight away. (Ferry service tends to be seasonal and information will be added if and when the service is reinstated.)

Travel to Montserrat is provided daily by two airlines with seven-seater aircraft.

Keep reading to learn more about booking your trip to Montserrat.

Montserrat is serviced by BMN Airways, a subsidiary of SVG Air with daily flights between the island and Antigua.

Tel – 1-664-392-3877
Email –

Fly Montserrat provides daily flights and medevacs between Montserrat and Antigua. Special charters are also available.

Tel – 1-664-491-3434
Email –

A regular service is operated between Montserrat and Antigua. Special trips to neighbouring islands include Nevis are also promoted. Ferry service is sometimes interrupted due to rough seas. Travelers should monitor the website for travel updates or contact the Access Division.

Tel – 1-664-491-3378
WhatsApp - 1- 664 392 3600
Email –

Where to Stay

Montserrat offers small hotels, villas, apartments, and a few Bed & Breakfast properties for your short-term stay.

Find the perfect villa for your stay here

Getting Around

There is no regularly scheduled public transportation system to get around on the island. 

A taxi service is available. See the rates as a guide.

Renting a car is recommended. Check with your accommodation to see if they have vehicles for rent or know of a service you can call.

If you have a foreign license, you will need to apply for a temporary driver’s license. You can do this online at