About Bermuda



No matter what your budget, there are many enchanting places to stay in Bermuda!

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Love fine food? If so, our fresh island cuisine, international platters and locally caught fish prepared by our world-renowned chefs are known to spark the senses and delight all palates. From our trademark cocktails to the freshest seafood, everything is so much more delicious in Bermuda!

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Things to do

There are so many places to explore in Bermuda! Shipwrecks, forts, beaches, caves, golf, biking, walking… endless sources of inspiration and fun!

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The currency is the Bermuda dollar, which is on par with the United States dollar, which is accepted currency.




Bermuda has a remarkably mild climate that seldom sees extremes of either hot or cold. The hottest part of the year is between May and mid-October, when temperatures range from 75°F to 85°F.




How can I get around while I am there?

There are no rental cars in Bermuda, but the experienced can rent a motor scooter. The speed limit, island-wide, is 35kph/20mph, though locals push it to 50/32.

Scooter rental information can be found here:

Oleander Cycles

Smatts Cycles


Is there public transportation?

Yes, there are buses and ferries that can help you explore the island. The main bus terminal is in Hamilton, with buses reaching all points of the island from there. The main ferry terminals are in Hamilton, Dockyard and St. Georges. There is also a ferry service that provides access from Harbour Road (in lieu of the buses).

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