Applicants who will be on the island beyond their 10–14 days Quarantine Period and who are transiting via St. Maarten for their return travel – will be required to complete another online EHAS (electronic health authorization system).For more updates on Covid-19 regulations please visit here the official island website of Anguilla.
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Capital: Port of Spain Population: 1,390,000 (approx.) Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar Religion: Protestant, Roman Catholic. Language: English History: The twin island nation of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is a largely overlooked gem on the northern shores of South America. It consists two main islands and several smaller islands forming the southernmost link in the Caribbean chain.
Trinidad is the larger of the two islands and is home to the majority of the country’s population..
Car Rentals: Available from several operators
Bike & Scooter Rentals: Content coming soon. Taxis: Available
Public Transportation: Buses as well as smaller fixed route maxi taxis/minibuses designated by colour available
There is also an inter-island ferry service which operates between Trinidad and Tobago
Accessibility: Limited. Higher-end hotels, resorts and newer public buildings have lifts and ramps
Getting There: Both Trinidad and Tobago have an international airport. And even better, travelling between the two airports is a common occurrence, making your island hopping adventure that much easier. You can easily get a flight to Trinidad or a flight to Tobago and have the luxury of knowing you can easily jump in between.
If you’d rather relax on a cruise to Trinidad and Tobago, you’re in luck because both islands’ capitals are ports as well. You’ll be able to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere at Scarborough as you soak up some sun, explore the historic sites, and try all of the new flavors
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Plenty of options around the city such as
Bike & Scooter Rentals:
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Ample options some of them are:
Antigua has a decent network of private minivans traveling along the main roads. Buses to the south, northwest, and west leave from the West bus station opposite the Public Market in St John’s; buses to the northeast, the east, and southeast leave from the East bus station on Independence Ave.
Generally speaking, Antigua and Barbuda are not very progressive when it comes to meeting the needs of the disabled. The big resorts usually have rooms has facilities for wheelchair
Airport: Antigua island’s single airport VC Bird Airport.
Capital: St. John’s
Population: 1,643 (Revised in 2011)
Area: 160.56 km2
Country: Antigua & Barbuda
Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar, United States Dollar (USD)
History: Barbuda was discovered by Christopher in 1493. Antigua has a potential for sugar plantation due to which it has been colonized. From 1640-1698 Antigua was conquered by Britishers with slavery. After a long struggle for independence, in 1968 Antigua became an associated state of the Commonwealth. Later in 1981, it was disassociated from Britain.