You must hold a valid passport to enter Antigua and Barbuda. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Antigua and Barbuda.
Places Of Interest
Barbuda is known for being a relatively quiet and laid back island but also offers lots to do. Why not visit the Frigate Bird Sanctuary? Which is home to one of the largest bird colonies in the world? It is also famous for its 17 mile long beach and The Coco Point; a pink beach which is often talked about as being one of the prettiest beaches in the Caribbean. The Caves at Two Foot Bay are also very popular, with caves above 130 feet below sea level.
Barbuda holds many dining rooms, evening restaurants, cafés and bistros. Most of these use local produce, including meats, fruits, vegetables and preserves to create unique dishes full of flavour with influences and elements of West Indian cuisine.
Barbuda is an island in the East of the Caribbean and is a part of the state of Antigua and Barbuda. It holds only a small population of about 1,600 people most of that population living in the town of Codrington. It is located in the North of Antigua, and to the north west of it is Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts and St. Martin, and to the south of the island is Montserrat and Guadeloupe. Barbuda is a very beautiful island laying between the Caribbean sea and The North Atlantic ocean, which is why its views and beaches are so beautiful.