Things to do - general

Bermuda, the “Jewel of the Atlantic…”

With our incomparable weather, pink sand beaches, breadth of historic sites and warm, friendly people, it’s no wonder Condé Nast Traveler readers have voted Bermuda “Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic” 18 times since 1994. We rest hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles (1,046 kilometers) east of North Carolina. Flights from New York and other eastern US cities reach our shores in less than two hours.

All of Bermuda fits in a cozy 21 square miles. We boast 75 miles (120km) of dramatic coastline with 181 islands, islets and rocks. Most of these are uninhabited, but eight of the larger ones are linked by bridges and one causeway that form the subtropical paradise visitors cannot resist. Explore all that we have to offer!

Visa requirements

Bermuda tourist visa is not required for citizens of United States for a stay up to 180 days. All travelers will need a passport valid for at least 90 days following your departure date from Bermuda.

Languages spokenEnglish
Currency usedBermudian Dollar

Sports & nature

Serenading tree frogs, endangered sea turtles, 350 types of birds, 650 species of fish - our island hosts a bevy of beasts. Few can resist our delightfully temperate conditions and stunningly clean waters. At any time of year, lush greenery covers our hillsides, sprinkled with bursts of color. Our blossoming flora provides a picture-perfect backdrop to every Bermuda retreat.

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Nightlife info

Music, art, performance, and world-class cuisine add the perfect note to the Bermuda evening. Whether you're dancing through the streets with our famous Gombey Dancers or sipping a Dark 'n Stormy with dinner at a local hot spot, you will love the nightlife!

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Culture and history info

Bermuda's culture is a rich fusion of British colonial history and African heritage that has developed into something unlike anywhere else in the world. As Britain's oldest colony, its influence continues to dominate our government, educational and legal institutions. African influences, while subtler, can be found in our dance and music, especially reggae, calypso and the rhythm of the Gombeys—our magnificent dancing and drumming troupes that often take to the streets.

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Fairmont Hamilton Princess

Fairmont Hamilton Princess

76 Pitts Bay Rd HM08 Bermuda, Bermuda
Opened in 1885, the Fairmont Hamilton Princess is Bermuda’s most storied landmark luxury hotel! Loca More info
Fairmount Southampton Resort

Fairmount Southampton Resort

Street name 312, Bermuda
The Fairmont Southampton Resort is located on the sun-kissed southern shore of Bermuda… With 3 More info