Barbados continues to possess the strongest passport in the Caribbean.
The island is listed at position number 24 worldwide in the just released Henley Passport Index, with visa-free access to 163 destinations.
St. Kitts and Nevis has the second strongest passport in the Caribbean, ranking 26th globally, with visa-free access to 157 destinations, followed by The Bahamas at number 27 internationally.
Japan has retained its position as the most favourable passport in the world, allowing visa-free entry to 193 global destinations, which the country tops for the fifth consecutive year.
Singapore and South Korea came in joint second on the world ranking, followed by Germany and Spain.
The country with the least powerful passport in the Caribbean is Haiti, ranking 94th globally, with visa-free access to 49 destinations.