The currency of Montserrat is the East Caribbean Dollar, making it nice and easy should you wish to hop across to any neighbouring islands for the day!
Montserrat is the only country other than Ireland to recognise Saint Patrick’s Day as a public holiday!
If you’re a food lover like us then you’ll be in heaven here! You can walk over to a beach shack and order delicacies such as lobster burgers, coconut cream pie and garlic shrimp all whilst listening to live reggae music and sipping ginger beer. Bliss!
Montserrat’s official language is English.
The island is often referred to as the ‘Emerald Isle of the Caribbean’ because of its similarity in shape to Ireland!
They grow carrots, cabbages, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, peppers and produce livestock products here.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the country’s main industry is tourism. It does, however, also produce rum, textiles and electronic products.