Discover: Bermuda

Bermuda Tourism Authority

Cited to be the Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic by readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine, Bermuda is one of those alluring destinations that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.

Rich in culture and history, Bermuda is a combination of British charm and African heritage, where visitors can enjoy traditional afternoon tea service, or dancing to rhythms of African drums well into the night.

Bermuda has historical forts, scuba diving and shipwrecks, unique cuisine including PawPaw Casserole made with green papayas, and world-class golfing, just to mention a bit of what brings people to the island. 

Bermuda Tourism Authority
Sightseeing around the island should include stops at the Royal Naval Dockyard, the Crystal Caves, St. David's Lighthouse, and Fort St. Catherine and it's museum. 

It's important to note that Bermuda is British, and therefore, respectful dress is required almost everywhere unless you're at a beach or a resort. It is NOT acceptable to wear a bathing suit when you're shopping. 

Bermuda Facts:
Population: 64,000
Capital: Hamilton
Area: 53.2 square kms
Language: English
Currency: Bermudian dollar
Average Year-round Temperature: 23°C

Bermuda Tourism Authority
Bermuda Annual Events Not to be Missed:
North American holidays including New Year’s Day, Easter, Labour Day, Remembrance Day, Christmas

May – Bermuda Day
June – National Heroes’ Day
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