The national flag is a country's sign or badge, and so it signifies that country. Every country has its unique aesthetic, forms, and motifs, although practically all national flags are rectangular.

8 Caribbean Country Flag

  • Flag of Antigua & Barbuda
  • The Flag of the Bahamas
  • Barbados' National Flag
  • The Cuban Flag
  • Dominican Republic Flag
  • Flag of Dominican Republic
  • Grenada's National Flag
  • The Haitian Flag (with Seal)

8 CARICOM Member States

  • Antigua and Barbuda is an island nation in the Caribbean.
  • The Bahamas are a group of islands in the Caribbean
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • Dominica
  • Grenada
  • Guyana
  • Haiti

Caribbean Flags


Saint Kitts and Nevis

Antigua and Barbuda

Saint Lucia


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines




Trinidad and Tobago


8 Beautiful Flags in the World

  • Kiribati
  • European Union
  • Portugal
  • Brazil
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Australia
  • Spain


Q: Is the Caribbean represented by a flag?

Although there are as many different Caribbean flags as there are Caribbean countries, most of them have similar design features. Since the Caribbean nations possess the same climate and many features of their national traditions, these parallels are unsurprising.

Q: What are the CARICOM flags?

The Caribbean Community's (CARICOM) flag has a blue backdrop, with the top section depicting the sky and the bottom portion portraying the Caribbean Sea in a dark blue.

Q: Is there a flag for Dominica?

On November 3, 1978, Dominica's flag became official. The native population is represented by yellow, the topsoil is represented by black, and the fresh-water is symbolized by white. The 10 island districts are represented by the central star. The island's native bird is the Sisserou Parrot.

Q: What colors do the flags of the Caribbean use?

Fire, earth, and water are represented by the colors red, black, and white, which stand for strength, determination, and innocence, respectively.

Q: What distinguishes the Caribbean from the West Indies?

Generally, politically palatable social researchers and archaeologists will refer to the 7,000-plus islands that make up the Caribbean Sea area like the Caribbean the term “West Indies” was invented by colonial European nations.