Mélange Travel & Lifestyle Magazine January 2019 - Page 432
Start your journey from the Little
Bay and head to the Buried City to
witness the devastation caused
by the Soufriere Hills Volcano.
En route, stop at Runaway Ghaut
and view the lush, tropical
flora and fauna and sample
the cool, pure mountain spring
water. From Runaway Ghaut,
travel to the Montserrat Volcano
Observatory to view and see a
movie highlighting the events
that occurred during the 21
years of volcanic eruption on
Then, journey to the Montserrat
Springs Hotel viewing platform
in Richmond Hill and get a bird’s
eye view of Plymouth the Buried
City and its environs.
From Montserrat Springs Hotel
journey to the Buried City to get
a close-up look at the remaining
Montserrat’s National Dish
buildings and the devastation
caused by Soufriere Hills Volcano.
From the Buried City travel to
Luv’s Sea Island Cotton Store and
view products made from the
very best 100% sea-island cotton
originally designed and woven
by HAND, and you may see the
Loom weaving machine at work,
then from Luv’s Sea Island Cotton
Store, journey to Little Bay . . .
Goat water is a thick stew made of goat meat, prepared in a way only the
people on Montserrat can, in a special pot, on wood fire.
For the best Goat Water on the island, visit John at the People’s Place in St. Peter.
Photo Credit: Montserrat Tourism Division