Bermuda Vacations

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Welcome to the oldest British colony. Contrary to popular belief, Bermuda is not a single island but rather an archipelago of around 180 islands with around 20 of them inhabited. There are 8 larger islands connected by causeways and bridges and the rest can be reached by ferry or boat.
The proper British way of life is very evident when you see the immaculate gardens and trim houses. Everything runs like clockwork and the people are polite. Of course the island life gives a full dose of an easy and relaxed atmosphere. Bermuda is also famous for its offshore financial institutions and is referred to as a tax or corporate haven.
This destination does focus on an older clientele who enjoy quaint colonial towns and days filled with golf. Young families also appreciate the quieter beaches. The nightclubs are more subdued, giving place to the performing arts, the theatre or English pubs.

Things to know about Bermuda Vacations

Capital: Hamilton
Currency: Bermuda dollar
Electricity: 110V, 60Hz
Time Zone: GMT -4 hr. Daylight savings time is applied.
Government: Self-governing British Overseas Territory
Land size: 53.3 Km2
Language: English
Population: 65,000 approx 
Religion: Anglican 23%, Roman Catholic 15%, African Methodist Episcopal 11%, Protestant 18%, other 33%
Driver's License: Rental cars are not permitted on the island.
Entry Requirements: A valid passport is recommended. An official birth certificate and photo ID are accepted. Return or onward ticket required.

Bermuda Vacation Tips

In Bermuda, the legal tender is the Bermuda Dollar and it is at par with the US Dollar. Although prices are listed with the national currency, US dollars are accepted readily.

Bermudians drive on the LEFT side. Car rentals are not permitted in Bermuda. As a mater of fact residents are only allowed one car per household. This is due to the island's strong environmental commitment. Taxis, buses, mini buses and ferries make up the island's public transportation.The most popular way to get around is with a moped or a scooter. Be very careful as accidents are common, especially for first timers. There are many rental places but you must be at least 16 years old and helmets are obligatory by law. makes every effort to ensure that information on this page is current, however, all information on this page is subject to change without notice.