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Antigua & Barbuda Customs & Etiquettes

The locals in Antigua & Bermuda are very friendly and respectable. Approach them in a courteous manner and it will undoubtedly be returned to you. Approach them with a smile and remember “please, thank you, good afternoon”.

Dress is informal unless formal dress is specifically requested. It is not acceptable to wear revealing clothing or beachwear in towns or villages. It is an offence for anyone, including children, to dress in camouflage clothing.

Relatives and good friends generally embrace. Friends tend to drop by unannounced, but an invitation is necessary for acquaintances or business associates.

Although gifts will generally be well received, they are normally only given on celebratory occasions. Flowers are appropriate for dinner parties; bring a bottle only when specifically requested.

Smoking is accepted in most public places.





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