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Antigua & Barbuda
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Travel Registration is a service provided by the government. This service allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad to the Department of State so it can be used to assist you in case of an emergency. People residing abroad can also get routine information from their nearest embassy or consulate if registered.

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Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

  • your contact details change,
  • your civil status changes,
  • you are going back to your home country.

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What you need to know

  • The Antigua & Barbuda eVisa allows you to visit the country for tourist purposes only.

  • Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the arrival date to apply.

  • You must apply at least 7 days before departure.

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Last updated: March 2024

Dreaming of crystal-clear waters, sandy beaches, and the laid-back Caribbean vibe? Look no further! The Antigua and Barbuda eVisa is your passport to this tropical paradise.

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With our easy-to-follow guide, handy online platform and app, and dedicated support team, you're just a click away from feeling the Caribbean sun on your skin.

What is the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa?

The Antigua and Barbuda eVisa is a travel document to access this Caribbean island country for tourism. You can apply 100% online, making the process easier and faster than ever for travelers.

What can I do with this visa?

The Antigua and Barbuda eVisa allows you to visit the country for tourist purposes only, or similar activities such as visiting family or friends.

What can’t you do with this visa?

You’re not allowed to do business, study, work, or live in the country with this tourist visa.

If you need a visa for anything other than tourism, check the Antigua and Barbuda Department of Immigration website.

Which nationalities can apply for the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa?

Citizens from over 90 countries must get this visa before they travel to Antigua and Barbuda. Use our online check to find out if you’re one of the eligible travelers, and apply directly online.

Who is visa-exempt for Antigua and Barbuda?

Citizens from these nations have freedom of movement in Antigua and Barbuda:

  • Dominica
  • Grenada
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Saint Lucia
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Travelers from China, Cuba, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, and Taiwan can visit the country for up to 1 month without a visa.

Additionally, travelers from over 100 countries can visit the country visa-free for up to 6 months, including those from the European Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada, Japan, Argentina, and more.

Do children and minors need to apply for this Antigua and Barbuda visa?

Yes, children must also have an electronic entry visa to visit Antigua and Barbuda if they're from an eligible country.

Parents/legal guardians must apply on their child’s behalf. Click ‘Add another person’ during the process on our website or app to easily apply together as a family!

How long is the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa valid?

You can choose between:

  • A single-entry visa: With this option, you can enter the country once, and can stay up to 30 days. Ideal for a once-off holiday. Make sure to use the visa within 180 days after it was issued.


  • A multiple-entry visa: With this option, you can visit Antigua and Barbuda multiple times within the 1-year validity. You can stay in the country for up to 30 days each visit.

Antigua and Barbuda eVisa: Required documents

The following documents are needed to apply for the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa:

  • Copy of your valid passport: Make sure it's valid for at least 6 months from your arrival date in Antigua and Barbuda.

  • Bank statements of the last 3 months: To prove that you’ll have enough funds to cover the costs of your entire trip.

  • Criminal record check: A recent police record is required to ensure you haven't been arrested, convicted, or charged with a crime in the past.

  • Passport photo: Taken recently.

  • Trip itinerary: Including a return flight ticket and accommodation confirmation, within the validity dates of your requested visa.

  • Birth certificate: For any children/minors traveling with you, you must provide supporting documents such as a birth certificate.

If we need any other info, we'll contact you by email.

How to apply for the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa online with us

The application process for the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa is simple with us! Just follow the three steps below:

  • Step 1: Fill out your basic details and travel info on our website or download our app for an even more straightforward process on your mobile device.

  • Step 2: Double-check all the info and choose your preferred processing time, before continuing to pay the visa fees. You can pay with a credit or debit card, PayPal, or Venmo.

  • Step 3: Upload all required documents, fill out any other needed details, and submit your application.

We will contact you if we require any more information about your application. Once the eVisa is approved within the chosen time frame, you will receive it via email.

Download the PDF on a mobile device. We also recommend keeping a printed version on hand to show upon arrival.

Antigua and Barbuda visa fee and processing times

The costs of the online Antigua and Barbuda visa may vary depending on your nationality.

When applying with us, we’ll include the iVisa processing and government fees. The government requires you to apply at least 7 days before departure; remember the iVisa processing time:

  • Standard processing: This is the most affordable option, but it can take a little more time. It’s perfect for those who have booked their trip further in advance.

  • Rush processing: For those who need their visa a bit quicker, this option offers a faster processing time for an extra fee.

  • Super Rush processing: If you need your eVisa as soon as possible, choose this option for an express fee.

Start your application to check the exact costs for your nationality and individual circumstances.

Do I require the Antigua and Barbuda eVisa to transit through the country?

You don’t need this visa if you’re not leaving the transit area at the airport.

However, if you’d like to enter Antigua and Barbuda during your layover or transit, check with your nearest Antigua and Barbuda Embassy or Consulate to check if you need a (transit) visa.

Antigua and Barbuda entry requirements or restrictions

  • No COVID-19 restrictions are currently in place for entry into Antigua and Barbuda.

  • For those arriving by sea, for example on a private or charter yacht, it's necessary to contact the Antigua Port Authority at least 6 hours prior to arrival on VHF Channel 16. You'll be given specific instructions for entry formalities.

  • If you're arriving via cruise ship, adhere to the rules of your cruise company.

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We advise you to apply at least 7 days in advance to avoid any delays.
The Antigua & Barbuda eVisa is a single-entry electronic visa that allows you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days.
Your passport must be at least 6 months valid from the date of arrival.

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Antigua and Barbuda are two small Caribbean islands that form a country. While both of them have the white sandy beaches one may expect from a Caribbean island, Antigua is the one most visited by tourists. It has high-end resorts and all the necessary tourism infrastructure. Barbuda does not enjoy the same amenities. Since the islands do not have any other resources, tourism is one of the primary sources of revenue. However, before you start planning your vacation in A&B, you should know a few things that will help you along the way.

First of all, we need to cover the entry requirements. After all, it may be necessary for you to obtain a visa in advance. Even so, the visa policy of Antigua and Barbuda is pretty lenient. For starters, there is a list of 106 countries and territories whose citizens can enter Antigua and Barbuda without a visa. The citizens of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines enjoy freedom of movement, which means that they can travel to Antigua and Barbuda and stay as long as they want. However, all the other nationalities that are exempt need a valid passport to enter Antigua and Barbuda, and they can stay for a period that varies from 1 month to 6 months, depending on the nationality. Now, the good news is that if you do not find yourself among the visa-exempt nationalities, you can get an Antigua and Barbuda eVisa online. That is something iVisa can help you with. Of course, you have the option of going to a diplomatic mission of Antigua and Barbuda, or in some cases to a British consulate, but getting a visa online will take a lot less effort.

As you can imagine, two beautiful Caribbean islands such as Antigua and Barbuda have plenty of entertainment to offer. One of the most common reasons for which people choose Antigua and Barbuda as their vacation destination is for some rest and relaxation. After all, sitting all day in the white sand, taking a swim in the warm water from time to time, and enjoying colorful cocktails is not a bad way to spend your vacation.

The best time to visit Antigua and Barbuda is November through June. July through November can be quite violent, since the islands experience hurricanes and tropical storms. With a tropical marine climate, Antigua and Barbuda suffer insignificant temperature variation, so it will be warm anytime of year.

If you want to leave the beach one day and see something interesting, keep in mind that April is the month for regattas. The sailing regattas are a spectacular event to witness. There are two that may be especially interesting. The first one is the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, and the other is the superyacht Oyster Regatta. As mentioned above, they both occur in April.

Another thing that you may want to visit is Sherley Heights. It is Antigua’s historical National Park. Even if you’re not interested in the history of the place, you can still see some amazing views.

As far as experiences in Antigua and Barbuda go, the one that you have to try is scuba diving. There is a company called Extreme Marine Scuba that offers some of the best scuba experiences. It doesn’t matter if you’ve done it before or if you are a first-time diver. For a fee of approximately $100, you will have an unbelievable experience. The guides are fantastic, and you will have a great time.

Hunting is also quite popular in Antigua and Barbuda. What you can hunt for depends on which of the islands you’re on. In Antigua, you can shoot for ducks, and you can go saltwater fishing. Of course, it needs to be open season. Barbuda, on the other hand, allows you to hunt for Caribbean Fallow Deer, Caribbean Wild Boar, and Guinea Fowl.

If you are looking for some adrenaline, we recommend that you try the kitesurfing in Antigua. The winds can be out of this world. Plus, if you have never practiced this sport before, there are people who are willing to teach you. You may need an extended vacation in order for you to learn how to kitesurf, but it is not that hard.

If you are a foodie, you should definitely try Nicole’s Table. Not only will you enjoy some incredibly delicious food, but you can also learn new recipes, meet new people, and share some interesting stories. You will absolutely love the experience. The cooking classes explore recipes from all across the Caribbean. Or perhaps you may be interested in giving a Caribbean twist to a personal recipe. You can learn all of this by attending one of the classes at Nicole’s Table.

As far as safety is concerned, you have nothing to worry about. Antigua and Barbuda is a pretty safe place to visit. As you can imagine, petty thieves can be found here, but as long as you do not wear any visible valuables, you should be fine. At the same time, if you decide to rent a car to explore the island, please make sure to park it in a well-lit area.

The people in Antigua and Barbuda are incredibly friendly. Since tourism is their primary source of revenue, they are very welcoming to tourists. Of course, you must show respect as well. As long as you are courteous, they will be the same. When you contact someone for help, they will provide it. Just make sure to approach them with a smile; it can go a long way.

Needless to say, Antigua and Barbuda are two islands that make for an excellent vacation destination. Surely, we do not have to oversell a vacation in the Caribbean, for obvious reasons. With white sandy beaches and lively entertainment, you need few other reasons to visit.

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