• 200 Cigarettes or
• 50 cigars or
• 250 grammes of tobacco
• 1 litre of wine or
• 1 litre of spirits
• 10 ounces of perfumed spirits
• Other legal goods equal to $300 EC
• Travellers over 5 years of age will need to pay a XCD 50.-. service charge at the airport before departing the country. Diplomats, government employees and Peace Corps workers are exempt.
• Illegal drugs
• Fruit and Vegetables
• Animal & Poultry Feed – exceptions made for dog or cat food
• Beer and strong spirits
• Weapons and Ammunition – unless permission has been obtained
• Pets and animals - unless permission has been obtained
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Counterfeit goods and money
• Pornographic material
• Licensed firearms imported into the country must be declared upon entry. A local licence authorizing removal from the airport can be obtained from the police.
• Any dogs or cats being imported into the country will require a special permit from the Ministry Of Agriculture stating the age, sex, colour and breed of dog and/or cat, also port of entry, time of arrival and carrier. The permit will need to be accompanied by a certificate of general health and a Rabies vaccination certificate before being allowed admittance into the country.