Please note that the citizens of the following countries DO NOT REQUIRE a visa for entry into Antigua and Barbuda:
|European Union countries which do not require visas|
|Ireland (Republic of)||Italy||Latvia|
|Commonwealth countries which do not require visas|
|Namibia||Nauru (special member)||New Zealand|
|Papua New Guinea||Samoa (Western)||Seychelles|
|Singapore||Solomon Islands||South Africa|
|St Kitts and Nevis||St Lucia||St Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Tuvalu (special member)||Uganda|
(also holders of United Kingdom travel documents)
|United Kingdom Overseas Territories||Vanuatu|
|Other Countries (European Union, Non-European and Non-Commonwealth Countries) which do not require visas for entry into Antigua and Barbuda:|
|Albania||Andorra (Principality of)||Argentina|
|Armenia (Republic of)||Azerbaijan (Republic of)||Belarus (Republic of)|
|Cuba||Georgia (Republic of)||Japan|
|Kazahkstan (Republic of)||Kyrgyzstan (Republic of)||Liechtenstein|
|Korea (South)||Mexico||Moldova (Republic of)|
|Monaco||Norway and Colonies||Peru|
|Russian Federation||San Marino||South Korea|
|United States of America||Uzebekistan (Republic of)||Venezuela|
Citizens of Countries which do not appear on the above lists, require a visa.
Please note that citizens of the following Commonwealth countries now require a visa for entry into Antigua and Barbuda: Bangladesh, Cameroon, The Gambia, Ghana, India, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka.
Cruise ship visitors who would normally require a visa would not require one provided that they arrive in Antigua and Barbuda in the morning and depart the same evening.
‘In-transit’ passengers travelling within the same day, who normally require a visa, do not need a visa for entry into Antigua and Barbuda, provided that they have proof of their onward journey, and they do not leave the ‘controlled space’ of the airport.