Taking a cruise to the Caribbean? Vacationing in the Caribbean at a resort or sailing the blue waters of the Caribbean?
LEAVE THE CAMO AT HOME!
Several counties in the Caribbean including Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada, Dominica, St. Lucia and St. Vincent ban the wearing of camouflage by non-members of their military.
Unless you want to be fined or jailed leave the camo shirts, shorts, wallets, purses and hats a home!!
The wearing of any form of camo clothing and bags is illegal in St. Lucia except for military personnel.
It is illegal to wear any camo in Barbados including clothing or any item containing camouflage material.
Grenada has a zero tolerance policy regarding the wearing of any camouflage clothing in public and are warning visitors as well as locals to avoid doing so.
In St. Vincent and the Grenadines it is illegal to wear any form of camouflage clothing.
The Parliament in Jamaica has passed a law banning all camouflage clothing except for uniforms worn by the police. They don’t want civilians mistake for police officers.
So if you are going to the Caribbean, you are wise to leave the camo at home.