A Barbados Welcome Stamp Could Give Visitors 12 Months on Island
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A Barbados Welcome Stamp Could Give Visitors 12 Months on Island

How would you like this to be your office for the next year? It could be. The Barbados government could soon be introducing a 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp to allow visitors the option to work remotely from Barbados for a year at a time!

With new protocols and lengthy quarantines intended to keep travelers and residents safe, brief travel plans are becoming less and less practical. So, why not plan something a little longer? Especially if your office won’t be reopening any time soon.

Personally, I love this 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp concept

Uncommon Caribbean has always been about forming deeper connections to destinations. And with this program, visitors would be able to truly envelop themselves in the rhythms of Barbadian culture. From becoming friends with their favorite fruit or fish vendors to becoming regulars at unique activities like morning exercise on the sands of Miami Beach to finding their favorite rum shop.

Imagine a world where shallow, transient tourists popping in and out are a thing of the past and instead there was a shift towards richer relationships and experiences that build lasting connections. 

Who’s in?

Uncommon Caribbean
is Steve and Patrick Bennett, two brothers from St. Croix changing the way people think about travels to the Caribbean by putting authentic aspects of island life and the region's unique cultural heritage in the spotlight ahead of the glitzy, one-size fits all tourist trap image popularized over the years. More about us

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