More than a quarter century after a volcano devastated half of the island, Montserrat's back in business and safe, offering eco-abundance; castaway beaches; marvelous diving/snorkeling; and a charmingly small-scale, old-time Caribbean vibe.


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  • Just recently - in late March - BBC Travel took a look at Montserrat's bid to appeal to "digital nomads" with its crowds-free charm, reminiscent of the Caribbean of yore before mass tourism:
    The Caribbean's crowds-free 'Irish' isle
    The British overseas territory of Montserrat is joining the trend of island states pushing to attract remote workers to come and stay a while.
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