Barbadian Visa is not required for Rwandans
Stay Duration: 90 days
Rwanda citizens travelling to Barbados with the intention to stay for 3 months or less do not require a visa. All Rwanda visitors to Barbados must have a passport valid for the duration of stay. A visitor is required to have an onward or return ticket to their country of residence. A child under the age of eighteen (18) travelling alone must have a letter of authorization from the parent/guardian. Visitors must provide a bank account declaration， hotel or residence confirmation to prove personal support for the duration of stay. Direct flights are available from Kigali International Airport， Kigali to Bridgetown， Barbados. Barbados uses the Central Africa Time zone(GMT+2)， hence Rwanda is 6 hours ahead of Barbados. Departure Tax applies for all passengers over 2 years old leaving Barbados. A vast majority of inhabitants practice Christianity but religious freedom is established by law and generally enforced in practice. As the official Barbados language， English is used in formal settings and written communications. In informal settings， you are likely to hear Bajan dialect spoken. Public transport in Barbados can be made through buses， vans. trains， boats and ships The country generally experiences two seasons: wet season runs from June to December while the dry season runs from December to May. Barbados is known to be the host to the green monkey species. Barbados is also a host to four species of nesting turtles (green turtles， loggerheads， hawksbill turtles and leatherbacks) and has the second-largest hawksbill turtle breeding population in the Caribbean. Barbados is susceptible to environmental pressures because it is known to be one of the densely populated islands of the world. There are incidences of natural hazards like earthquakes， landslips， and hurricanes in Barbados. However， the country is often spared the worst effects of the region’s tropical storms and hurricanes during the rainy seasons.