Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley said the scheme will allow "persons to come and work from here overseas, digitally so, so that persons don't need to remain in the countries in which they are". "It means that what we offer has to be world-class and what we continue to offer is world-class".
This could be an ideal opportunity for Britons to immerse themselves in Bajan culture, which it is hard to fully experience during a one- or two-week stay. Tourism accounts for 12% of Barbados' GDP and indirectly 40% for its economic activity, according to Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) data.
Ms Mottley said: 'You don't need to work in Europe, or the USA or Latin America if you can come here and work for a couple of months at a time; go back and come back'.
The concept is now being refined by the Barbados government.More news: Amazon asks employees to delete TikTok from smartphones
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the travel industry causing tourism boards and many businesses to completely reshape their operations to accommodate new travel restrictions due to the public health crisis.
Barbados is on the list of the UK's air bridge countries - 59 nations that people entering the United Kingdom from are not required to quarantine.
Barbados is opening up its borders to global visitors from Sunday 12 July, and as it stands, people can travel from the country to the United Kingdom without having to quarantine.
Virgin Atlantic, the other airline that runs a direct service from the United Kingdom, is set to restart flights from Heathrow on August 1, again with a weekly service.More news: Walgreens Boots plans 4,000 jobs cuts among Boots UK staff
However, current guidance states people travelling to the country must have had a PCR anitgen Covid-19 test within 72 hours prior to leaving, and will be required to present a certificate that confirms they are coronavirus negative.
Travellers that arrive without having been tested will be checked for the virus at Barbados airport.
The Prime Minister also went on to say that tourism officials will also be visiting different areas around the island to meet with residents and business leaders about effective ways to boost their sales that used to rely on tourism.
While the stunning views and beaches seem enough to convince anyone to relocate, the island will also be seen as a safe haven to many as they only have 98 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and have had seven deaths.More news: 'Legend' Lallana won't play again for Liverpool, Klopp claims