Serenity of landscape, white lush beaches, tall palm trees and blue ocean will make you fall in love with the Caribbean paradise. There is a very unique history behind every island which speaks of its glory and vast natural heritage. The land of various vibrant carnivals, warm hospitality and the calm and relaxing mood will make you wanna stay there forever. Check out some of our Cheap Caribbean holidays packages.
Antigua and Barbuda British High Commission, PO Box 483, Price Waterhouse Centre, 11 Old Parham Rd, St John’s, Antigua (1 268 462 0008/9).
Bahamas British High Commission, Ansbacher House (3rd Floor), East Street, PO Box N7516, Nassau (1 242 325 7471).
Visa: UK, Canadian, Commonwealth and most European citizens who stay three weeks or less do not need visas or passports, just ID. For stays of up to 90 days the above nationals plus most Europeans require a passport, but no visa. US citizens do not need a passport or visa for stays of less than eight months but must show proof of citizenship.
Barbados British High Commission, Lower Collymore Rock, PO Box 676, Bridgetown (1 246 430 7800).
Visa: UK, EU, US and Commonwealth citizens do not require visas. All visitors are required to be in possession of a passport and onward or return ticket.
Dominican Republic British Embassy, Ave 27 de Fabrero No 233, Edificio Corominas Pepin, Santo Domingo (1 809 472 7111; consular section 1 472 7671/ 7373).
Visa: UK, EU, US and Commonwealth citizens do not require visas. All visitors are required to be in possession of a passport valid for six months after entry into the country.
|Languages spoken||Spanish, English, French, Dutch, French Creoles, English Creoles, Caribbean Hindustani|
|Currency used||Bahamian dollar|
|Area (km2)||2.754 million|