Avoid all travel There is an extreme risk to your personal safety and security.
You should not travel to this country, territory or region.
If you are already in the country, territory or region, you should consider leaving if it is safe to do so.
Pregnant women and those considering becoming pregnant should avoid travel to Antigua and Barbuda. Petty crime and armed assaults against tourists can occur. See Foreign domestic airlines for more information.
It is the sole prerogative of every country or territory to determine who is allowed to enter or exit.
Canadian consular officials cannot intervene on your behalf if you do not meet entry or exit requirements.
You should reconsider your need to travel to the country, territory or region.
If you are already in the country, territory or region, you should reconsider whether or not you really need to be there.
If not, you should consider leaving while it is still safe to do so.
It is up to you to decide what “non-essential travel” means, based on family or business requirements, knowledge of or familiarity with a country, territory or region, and other factors.
Exercise normal security precautions There are no significant safety and security concerns.
The overall safety and security situation is similar to that of Canada. Exercise a high degree of caution There are identifiable safety and security concerns or the safety and security situation could change with little notice.