Antigua and Barbuda FAQ
A Tourist eVisa enables you to visit for a total 90 days out of a maximum 180-day window, via one single-entry to the country
You’d be well advised to apply no less than 14 business days before you’re due to travel to Antigua and Barbuda.
No, a Tourist eVisa doesn’t provide automatic right of entry; an immigration official may refuse entry should they consider someone is unable to fulfil immigration requirements or conclude the person’s presence in the country is contrary to national interests or security.
Citizens of the following countries are eligible to travel on a Tourist eVisa to Antigua and Barbuda:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central African Republic (CAR)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Republic of the
Myanmar (formerly Burma)
North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia)
Sao Tome and Principe
Vatican City (Holy See)
If you reside in or you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.
The situation in each country during the Covid 19 pandemic is changing rapidly. Please check with the foreign office of the country in order to ascertain the most up to date entry requirement for vaccination and Covid tests.
You’ll need a PDF copy of the last page of your valid passport, a passport photo (in JPG format), proof of a booked return airline flight, proof of adequate funds to cover your stay (i.e. bank statement), proof of identity (e.g. copy of national identity card or birth certificate), travel authorisation from employer or education establishment in Antigua and Barbuda (if applicable) and police record (if applicable) and a credit/ debit card (for payment).
You must possess a passport valid for six months beyond the date of your arrival (and with one free page for stamping purposes).
When you arrive in Antigua and Barbuda, you’ll have to present to an immigration official your passport and your printed-out Tourist eVisa document.
It will take between seven and 10 business days for your Tourist eVisa to be processed.
A Tourist eVisa enables foreign nationals to enter Antigua and Barbuda for a relatively short-term stay for leisure purposes.