Applications Now Open for 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp Visa

The 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp Visa went live today and interested persons can now apply at www.Barbadoswelcomestamp.bb for the opportunity to live and work remotely in paradise.   The COVID-19 pandemic may have hurt the island’s tourism numbers but it is giving tourists a chance to live like a “Bajan” for a year. The Prime…

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Work from Barbados with new remote working visa

Caribbean island plans a “Barbados Welcome Stamp” to let tourists work there remotely for 12 months for free   The Barbados government recently announced plans for a new scheme allowing international arrivals to come to live on the island and work remotely for up to 12 months. This ‘Barbados Welcome Stamp’ is the ideal way…

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Barbados – The Birthplace of Rum

It’s no secret that Barbados produces some of the best rum in the world but, did you know, this little Caribbean island is the birthplace of this spirit? Rum is the essence of Barbados culture and it’s celebrated by every part of Bajan society, from farm workers to property tycoons. So, what better way to…

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Barbados – A Paradise for Villa Holidaymakers

As borders begin to re-open and the possibility of travel is becoming a reality once again, now is the perfect time to start planning a reunion with your loved ones, and where better to reunite than the golden shores of Barbados? After more than 40 days of no active cases of COVID-19, on the 26th…

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Barbados Bars Lead the Way With Food Offering

Fáilte Ireland recently announced the guidelines for reopening pubs, as Ireland’s COVID-19 lockdown eases. These guidelines detailed that pubs which serve food may reopen on Monday, June 29th, while pubs that don’t serve food must wait until July 20th. The rules also state that customers drinking alcohol must also eat a substantial meal, costing at…

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All Business in Barbados to Re-Open from Monday, June 15th

All businesses in Barbados have been given the all clear to reopen on Monday, June 15, 2020 following the country’s restriction of various services in the fight against COVID-19.   Prime Minister of Barbados, the Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, made the announcement stating that the decision was made based on public health recommendations, in conjunction…

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Barbados Takes Positive Steps to Recovery with the Establishment of Tourism Recovery Task Force

The month of June has started out on a positive note for Barbados. As of Monday, June 1st, restaurants across the island are now offering dine-in services and churches, parks, retail outlets, as well as several businesses across the services sector have re-opened their doors to the public. On top of this, as of Tuesday,…

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Barbados – The Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

From street food to fine dining and everything in between, Barbados has plenty to offer every type of foodie. This island will draw you in with its idyllic tropical beaches and delicious rum but, time and time again, it’s the food you experience that will have you coming back for more. Barbados is known as…

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