For those digital nomads seeking a paradisiac place to work and live, Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, among other Caribbean islands, are offering the digital nomad visa, enabling travelers to stay up to two years.
One of the biggest benefits of being a digital nomad is having the flexibility to work anywhere. The options are infinite in big cities like New York or London or under the sun in Barbados. If you´re more interested in beach life, here are the 10 Caribbean islands offering digital nomad visas.
10 Caribbean Islands Offering the Digital Nomad Visa
The island created a digital nomad program called the Barbados Welcome Stamp. People are allowed to stay for a maximum of one year, with the possibility of renewal.
2. Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua Nomad Digital Residence allows people to stay on the islands for two years.
Work From Bermuda visa allows digital nomads to work remotely for up to six years.
4. The Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands Global Citizen Concierge Program is designed for remote workers who want to stay on the island for a maximum of two years.
Anguilla´s Digital nomad Visa allows visitors to stay for a minimum of three months and a maximum of a year.
Montserrat Remote Work Stamp is the island’s digital nomad visa that allows them to stay for up to 1 year, with the ability to renew it. Additionally, during your stay, you won´t owe taxes to the country.
The Commonwealth of Dominica´s Digital Nomad visa program is called WIN or Work in Nature. It allows people to stay on the islands for up to 18 months.
8. The Bahamas
With its Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay program, digital nomads can stay up to 12 months. It can be extended to three years.
The @HOME in Curacao program allows you to stay six months and possibly extend it to another six months.
10. Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia Live is a multiple entry visa that enables remote workers to stay for a year and work remotely on the island.