Far Away, So Close Redonda As Viewed from Little Bay, Montserrat
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Far Away, So Close Redonda As Viewed from Little Bay, Montserrat

It may not be close enough for most people to access via rowboat, but Redonda is still plenty cozy with Montserrat. The uninhabited hardscrabble rock (pictured upper right) sits just 14 miles from the Caribbean’s Volcano Paradise. As we’ve noted before, though, Redonda is actually part of Antigua and Barbuda (35 miles away). The silhouetted island just behind Redonda? That’s Nevis, itself a mere 20 miles from the farthest flung corner of Antigua.

 

 

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