Visiting Bermuda

 

AIRLINES

With around 15 direct flights a day, many under 2 hours, Bermuda is easily accessible.

For up to date airline schedules and direct flights, visit this website:

http://www.bermudaairport.com/pages/airlineschedule.aspx

 

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Travellers from the US now require a passport to enter Bermuda, along with an immigration form upon entry, usually provided in flight. Our currency is the Bermuda $ which is at parity with the US$ and both currencies are accepted island wide. 

To find further tourist information, especially travelling to and around Bermuda, please visit:

http://www.gotobermuda.com/get-here/travel-tips/  or try www.gotobermuda.com for all your Tourist Information needs.

 

WEATHER

Bermuda’s subtropical climate can surprise with sunshine, rain and wind in equal measures in January, so bring a sweater!  The bridge table, however, provides a safe haven from unwanted weather elements although the air conditioning may warrant a sweater as well!

For Bermuda’s detailed weather forecast and statistics, visit this website:

http://www.weather.bm

 

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