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Antigua and Barbuda

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Still current at: 07 January 2011
Updated: 28 October 2010

This advice has been reviewed and reissued with an amendment to the Safety and Security - Political Situation section (removal of reference to possible demonstrations in St John's on 27 October). The overall level of the advice has not changed; there are no travel restrictions in place in Antigua and Barbuda.

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Travel advice for this country

Natural disasters

Natural Disasters - Hurricanes
The hurricane
season in the Caribbean normally runs from June to November.  You should monitor local and international weather updates from the World Meteorological Organisation and the US National Hurricane Centre. For more general information see Tropical Cyclones.

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Antigua and Barbuda, St. John's, Honorary British Consul


Office of the Honorary British Consul
C/O PricewaterhouseCoopers
11 Old Parham Road
PO Box 1531
St John’s
West Indies

There is no resident British High Commission in Antigua, but there is a British Honorary Consul to Antigua covering consular issues.




Office hours:

If the Honorary Consul is not available and for all other non-consular related matters please contact the British High Commission in Barbados at:

British High Commission
Lower Collymore Rock
PO Box 676

Tel: +1 246 430 7800

Office hours:
Mon-Thurs: 1200-2000 (GMT)
Fri: 1200-1700 (GMT)

Mon-Thurs: 0800-1600 (Local Time)
Fri: 0800-1300 (Local Time)


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