St Lucia is biggest climber in Caribbean passport power rankings


St Lucia has the Caribbean’s sixth most powerful passport according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index. 

St Lucia recorded the largest growth in the region by leaping five spots in the worldwide rankings from 36th place in 2017 to 31st place in 2018.

Barbados maintained first place in the Caribbean, placing 21st on the list, followed by the Bahamas (23rd), St Kitts and Nevis (26th) and Antigua and Barbuda at 27th place. 

Trinidad and Tobago increased by two spots compared to its 2017 ranking, placing 30th in this year’s list.

Guyana also leapt two spots from 59th place in 2017 to 57th place in 2018.

First place went to Japan, which has the most powerful passport worldwide, followed by Singapore at second, and France, Germany and South Korea in third place. 

In fourth place was…

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