Etiquette in Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda is located in the Caribbean Sea and has a population of 91,295 people.

The twin island country is a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy.

The official language of Antigua and Barbuda is English.

The majority of citizens follow Christianity.

The currency of Antigua and Barbuda is the East Caribbean Dollar.

Greetings Etiquette

Greet people when you enter an establishment if you don’t wish to be ignored. If you hurry people along to take your request, you may be considered rude. Be friendly and respectful to locals.

Dress Etiquette

A conservative country, it is expected that one dress appropriately outside the resorts and hotels. Revealing clothing may be considered disrespectful, and some establishments may follow a strict dress code.