There are plenty of reasons why you might want to visit the black sand beaches of Montserrat, with its stunning and varied terrain.
But unless you earn $70,000 a year, travelling to the Caribbean island currently isn’t an option.
In a bid to keep COVID-19 out while maintaining some tourist revenue, Montserrat opened its borders in April this year, to only the wealthiest holidaymakers. Those who can afford the steep entry fee, and a two-month minimum vacation.
To date, only 21 people from seven high-flying families have met the government’s selective criteria, the New York Times reports.
For the steep price-tag, they have got to experience an oasis from the health crisis still
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