Travelling around the world requires two of many factors to be taken into consideration; primarily a valid passport and secondly the right to enter the country. Getting a visa in order before you travel might be a good idea if you’re looking to travel to Antigua and Barbuda. Many countries are exempt from visa applications including Commonwealth countries such as Australia, member countries of the European Union such as the UK, Germany and France.
If you are a resident of one of the exempt countries, you will only need to apply for a visa if you are looking to stay in Antigua and Barbuda for more than six months, if you do not have a return ticket, confirmation of local accommodation or evidence to support yourself financially during your stay. Your passport will also have to be valid for at least 6 months on your arrival to Antigua.
While travelling to Antigua and Barbuda, it’s always best to make sure you’ve got all your documents in order, are aware of the ins and outs of the economic, social, political and cultural climate.
The experts at Relocate Antigua will let you know of the most important things about island life in Antigua and Barbuda; they will also guide you towards the right choices for the full enjoyment of your trip.