Are you travelling to Antigua & Barbuda?
Antigua and Barbuda is an industrialized nation consisting of two large islands and several smaller ones. The culture is a mix of West African and British influences. Located where the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean meet, this country is known for it’s beaches and resorts. The most rain occurs in the months of September and November.
Capital City: Saint John’s
Languages: English, Antiguan Creole
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
- Student permit required. Canadians must have a passport.
- Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers coming from countries with YF transmission.
Diseases to consider:
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Traveller’s Diarrhea
- Typhoid Fever
Check Government of Canada advisories specific to Antigua & Barbuda here.