This island paradise features beautiful sunsets over stunning beaches, bright and beautiful architecture and warm, friendly people. Bermuda's fascinating culture can be explored through wonderful historic monuments and museums in St. George's and Hamilton. A top destination for golf and water sports, spend the day on the greens or in the turquoise waters before winding down with a decadent meal at one of Bermuda's top restaurants. Finish the evening off with a rum drink…or maybe two.
Discover the beginnings of British Bermuda on this fascinating historical tour. Visit the Town of St. George, the oldest continuously inhabited town of English origin in the New World and a World Heritage Site. Visit St. Peter's Church, the oldest Anglican Church in the Western Hemisphere, Kings Square including the Stocks and Pillory, Town Hall, Fort St. Catherine, and many more sites from highlighting this islands colonial heritage.
Leave the city of Hamilton and drive up the South Shore, stopping at picturesque Horse Shoe Bay for picture taking. Visit the Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, the highest point on Bermuda, and enjoy the spectacular view. From there, cross the smallest drawbridge in the world; drive through the village of Somerset and on to the dockyard, where we visit the craft market and Clock Tower Shopping Mall. Visit the Commissioner's House and learn about Bermuda's involvement in the first and second world wars.
You need to ensure that you - and any child travelling with you - have all the travel documents necessary to enter in, or transit through, each country on your itinerary. Please ensure you verify the requirements for each country as the required documents for the outbound portion of your travel may differ from those required on the return.
All Bank of Bermuda branches are open Monday to Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and on Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The currency in Bermuda is the Bermuda dollar whose value is equal to the US dollar; both are legal tender on the island. Traveler's cheques are honoured everywhere.
Scheduled bus and ferry service run frequently to Bermuda's most popular destinations. Be sure you have correct fare or alternatively that you have purchased tokens as drivers do not give change. Taxis are metered and can be easily hailed on the streets of Hamilton.
Car rental is not available in Bermuda, however, you may rent mopeds and scooters as an alternative mode of transport. Rental facilities can be found at most hotels and liveries throughout the Island. Rates may vary but generally a one day rental will cost from USD$29-36 for a double seater.
If there has been no service charge added to your bill, tipping is at the client’s discretion (generally 10% to 15%).
Tap water is safe to drink.
Same as North America.