The Antiguan coastline is peppered with numerous coves and bays, many with beautiful white sand beaches. Barbuda, a low lying coral island located 32 miles north of Antigua, is sparsely populated and encompasses an expansive lagoon, which is bound by a long undeveloped beach. The English-speaking nation has been a tourism hub in the Caribbean since the 1970’s.
This West Indies tourist hub features some of the world’s best beaches and recently approved the citizenship programmed in 2013. With a new airport terminal opened in 2015 to accommodate the many daily flights from Europe and the Americas, tourism developments figure to be the principal economy of the islands.
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Early 2013, the Senate of Antigua and Barbuda voted to establish a citizenship by investment programme to spur growth in the islands. Antigua has long been an international hub for the West Indies and the new CIP is breathing life into the tourism and financial sectors.
- An Antigua & Barbuda Passport allows visa-free travel to more tan 140+ countries, including all European Union countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Caribbean, and Commonwealth nation
- Antigua 6 Barbuda is the only Caribbean CIP to offer visa-free travel to Canada.
- The granting of citizenship is at the sole discretion of the government; there is no guarantee that the applicant will be approved.