Things to Know Before You Go

Before you head off to Barbados, whether on business or on holiday, here are some helpful facts and things you should know so when you arrive on the island you know what to expect. AIRPORT Barbados has one airport – the Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI). The airport is in the south of the island… Read more »

2024 Barbados Food and Rum Festival

The Barbados Food and Rum Festival is a celebration of the rich gastronomic heritage of the island. This star-studded, taste-budded four-day event showcases the talents of Barbados’ most renowned rum producers, chefs and culinary personalities. Barbados is known as the Birthplace of Rum and the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, so the Festival is where… Read more »

Personal Prescription Medical Cannabis or Gummies

We are increasingly being asked by our arriving clients “can I bring my personal prescription medical cannabis or THC gummies with me to Barbados”. The answer is NO. According to Mr Percival Campbell, Drug Inspector at the Barbados Drug Service in the Ministry of Health and Wellness, “the use of edibles or smoking of medical… Read more »

Barbados Remove Testing for Vaccinated Travellers!

  Effective May 25th 2022, fully-vaccinated travellers to Barbados will no longer have to take a COVID-19 test to enter the island. The changes also states that masks will now only be mandatory indoors and on public transportation. Outdoors, masks are optional. Meanwhile, unvaccinated travellers will still be required to present a negative COVID-19 test… Read more »

Rapid Antigen Tests accepted for travel to Barbados

  Effective February 26th 2022, Barbados is accepting the Rapid Antigen Test done within ONE DAY prior to arrival! Now, ALL travellers are permitted to travel to Barbados with a valid negative Rapid Antigen test OR a Rapid COVID-19 PCR test result done within 1 day prior to arrival in Barbados OR a negative RT-PCR… Read more »

No Quarantine for the Vaccinated!

  From Monday October 25th 2021, fully vaccinated travellers to Barbados with a negative test result will no longer be required to take a second COVID-19 test or quarantine on arrival in Barbados. This means that fully vaccinated visitors (and minors under 18 being accompanied by them) will now be able to enjoy Barbados freely… Read more »