Turtle Watching

 

Turtle borrowing into sand

Turtle watching is an intriguing activity for nature lovers. The island has several black sandy beaches which serve as nesting sites for three of the world’s seven species of sea turtle: the Green Turtle, the Hawksbill and the Loggerhead.

Turtles come to Montserrat between July and October to lay their eggs.

Amazingly, turtles come back to the same beach they were hatched on to have their babies. Its a wonderful gift of nature to celebrate the cycle of life.

One Response to Turtle Watching

  1. epke bright ugochukwu says:

    I am a Nigerian who wish to travel to Montserrat though, i know i don’t need a visa but i need a tour package not more than $600.

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