Bermuda Travel Facts

The Basics

Country: Bermuda

Where is it?: North America, group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of South Carolina

Why do people go here?: Bermuda, Bahamas, come on pretty mama. If the Beach Boys decided it have a starring role in its own song, how can you not love Bermuda? Home to the triangle, white sandy beaches and plenty of rum.

What are the main entry points?: Due to the proximity to the United States, flying from the East Coast is common, as are stops from cruise ships.

Currency used: Bermudian dollar (BMD)

Country Code: 1-441

Religion: 54.8% black, 34.1% white, 6.4% multiracial, 4.3% other, 0.4% unspecified

Population: 68,000

Ethnic Breakdown: Black 58%, white 36%, other 6%

Government: British Overseas Territory

Languages: English (official), Portuguese

Travel Information

Major Cities: Hamilton

Attractions: Diving, Sand, Rum

Tourism Office locations and links: Bermuda-Department of Tourism Global House, 43 Church Street Hamilton HM BX, Bermuda, //

Health Issues: No vaccination requirements for any international traveller.

Tips for Visiting

When to go: If you want to swim, go when the tourists do: in the late spring through the early fall.

Specific Events/Holidays: Bermuda Day, 24 May

Getting Around: The bus system is extensive and cheap.

Cheapest airport to fly into: The main airport for travelers taking flights to Bermuda is the Bermuda Airport

Need more information?: Check out the Bermuda travel guide for more on what to see, where to stay, and how to get there.