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Bermuda


Description

Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory part of the Caribbean community. This archipelago is a true paradise mostly known for its splendid beaches bathed in turquoise waters. Its eight main islands will impress you with their natural beauty. Bermuda promises you a remarkable stay whether you prefer its iconic pastel-colored white roof houses, its caves that are easy to explore, its pink sandy beaches or its equally entertaining water activities. Its capital, Hamilton, is home to many luxury yachts, while the islands of Grand Bermuda, Saint George's, Saint David's and Somerset are ready to welcome you.


Map


What to do in Bermuda


Sunbathing at the beach (including pink sand beaches!)

Curious about pink sandy beaches? Horseshoe Bay Beach is the perfect place for families, couples or friends who want to enjoy the inviting temperature of a seaside setting in the parish of Southampton. Nearby, you will find the isolated beach of Jobson's Cove, an exquisite beach that is completely enclosed by huge rocks. To the north of St George's Island, Tobacco Bay Beach offers turquoise water, a sandy beach and beautiful rocks as well.


Saint George's

If you're heading to the historic town of Saint George's, take advantage of your visit to stroll through the streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its inviting museums, ancient churches, including St. Peter's, historic monuments and zoo should be on your list of attractions to visit. If you have time, head to Pembroke for a stop at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute for a unique visual experience. We also suggest that history buffs visit Fort Hamilton.


Explore underground caves

Fascinating caves, millions of years old, can be found in Bermuda. Two of them have been adapted to be more accessible to visitors. The Fantasy Cave offers you an enchanting decor thanks to the unique calcite mineral formations accompanied by azure blue water that let you discover its seabed. The Crystal Cave is a-not-to-be-missed site and offers you to discover its 50-feet underground lake.


Discover the local gastronomy

Bermuda will make your mouth water with the food they serve. On the menu, you will regularly find freshly caught raw, cooked or fried fish, succulent grilled seafood, lobster tacos and several dishes with a hint of European flavors. Some restaurants also offer dishes made with organic and gluten-free ingredients. Take advantage of your stay at the beach to try the nearby snack bars while sipping your favorite cocktails.


Temperatures

Maximum (°C)

Minimum (°C)

Precipitation (mm)

Jan.

21

19

169

Feb.

20

18

124

Mar.

20

18

108

Apr.

21

20

57

May

23

22

62

Jun.

27

25

114

Jul.

29

27

115

Aug.

30

28

178

Sep.

29

27

170

Oct.

27

25

130

Nov.

24

22

107

Dec.

22

20

91


Currency

The island's official currency is the Bermuda Dollar.

Convertor

CAD
to
BMD

Official language

Bermuda's official language is English.

Voltage

Electrical outlets used in Bermuda are the same as in Canada.

Electrical outlet
Electrical outlet

Passport and entry & exit requirements

It is strongly recommended that your Canadian passport be valid for at least 6 months after the date of your return from travel. For more information, visit the Government of Canada's website.