Barbados managed to keep the island safe from community spread of the COVID-19 virus for much of 2020 through its strict travel protocols. But then the island experienced its first measurable COVID-19 spread at the start of the Christmas holidays. As a result, restrictions on both local and international movement in and out of… Read more »
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Barbados’s Prime Minister, The Hon. Mia Mottley, has just made it easier for remote workers to live and work digitally for up to a year in sunny, COVID-19 contained Barbados with the new Barbados Welcome Stamp. This 12-month special visa enables you to come stay, work or play, or all three, and live like… Read more »
As the world around us paused, and Barbados came to a screeching halt in March, we at BarbadosBarbados have been busy rescheduling our existing reservations and issuing refunds to those who are unable to reschedule. There is just one owner who is being extremely difficult and inflexible and has refused to refund one of our… Read more »
Our Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinkson, has just announced that effective September 1st there will be full transition to the use of 48 immigration kiosks at the Grantley Adams International airport, making the tedious and sometimes confusing two part paper forms a thing of the past. Over the last year a kiosk system has… Read more »
On March 20th 2019 The Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs and Investment presented the Budgetary Proposals and Financial Statement. A Policy Note was subsequently issued indicating that the effective April 1, 2019 the supply of Villa accommodation was exempt from the Value Added Tax, therefore persons who supply Villa accommodation were not required to register… Read more »
Don’t miss this Cobblers Cove Live event with Cabaret, Comedy & A Capella performances by Din & Tonics, Melinda Hughes and James McConnel and Kit and McConnel between March 20th and 30th 2019. Enjoy the shows only or include the after show 3 course dinner.