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Bermuda Holidays,  Bermuda Holiday Packages Overview

Bermuda attracts more than half a million visitors each year because of its famous pink beaches, beautiful blue water and its world class golf courses. While the island is quite small, it has a surprisingly large number of attractions and historical sites because of its colourful past.

Bermuda has beautiful old cottages and is the oldest English town to be continually inhabited in the western hemisphere. It also has more forts in each square mile than anywhere else on earth. The south shore in Bermuda has the pinkest beaches like Warwick Long Bay and the Horseshoe Bay along with a number of secluded coves and tiny beaches.

The island has a history of over 400 years and its architecture is therefore quite interesting. When it comes to period charm, St. George takes the prize in Bermuda. This UNESCO designated town is distinctly colonial with its narrow winding streets and beautiful cottages.

Bermuda is surrounded by beautiful coral reef that offers fantastic snorkelling and diving opportunities at spots like the Elbow Beach. Yachting and kayaking on Southampton Parish, beautiful trails and excellent golf courses provide visitors a lot of options when it comes to outdoor activities.

Under the turquoise waters surrounding Bermuda are plenty of ship wrecks, clear water with excellent visibility, unique topography and abundant marine life, making it an excellent place for underwater adventures.

Bermuda has year round balmy weather and friendly locals. The local lifestyle is quite distinctive and colourful, making a visit the island a memorable experience.

Tourist Offices - Bermuda Department of Tourism, Hamilton: +1 441 292 0023 or www.bermudatourism.com

 

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Entry Requirements

 

All visitors must hold a return or onward ticket and any documents required for further travel.


- For Australians - A valid passport is required for Australian nationals, but a visa is not required for stays of up to six months.


- New Zealanders require a valid passport, but a visa is not necessary for stays up to six months.


- A passport is not required for US nationals providing they have other documents with proof of identity (such as an official birth certificate, certificate of naturalisation, alien registration (green) card or expired passport), and do not stay longer than six months. A photo ID is required. A visa is not required for stays of up to six months.


- A passport is not required for US nationals providing they have other documents with proof of identity (such as an official birth certificate, certificate of naturalisation, alien registration (green) card or expired passport), and do not stay longer than six months. A photo ID is required. A visa is not required for stays of up to six months.


- A valid passport is required by UK nationals. A visa is not required for stays of up to of six months.

 

Bermuda Holidays - Currency of Bermuda

 

The Bermudan Dollar (BMD) is divided into 100 cents, and is tied to the US Dollar (US$1=BMD1). US currency is accepted almost everywhere and other major currencies can be exchanged at banks and bureaux de change. Banking hours vary, though most are open weekdays from 9am-4.30pm. Visa, MasterCard and American Express, and travellers cheques are widely accepted and ATMs are available. To avoid additional charges, it is best to carry tavellers cheques in US dollars.

 

Bermuda Telephone Access Codes and Communications

 

The international access code for Bermuda is +1, in common with the US, Canada and most of the Caribbean, followed by 441. The outgoing code is 011 followed by the relevant country code (e.g. 01144 for the United Kingdom); no outgoing code is needed to call the US. Mobile phones operate on a GSM 1900 network. Internet cafes are widely available.

 

Bermuda Duty Free Allowances & Restrictions

 

Travellers to Bermuda over 18 years do not have to pay duty on 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars and 5kg tobacco; and 1 litre liquor and 1 litre wine. Duty may have to be paid on perfume and gifts. Spearguns are prohibited.

 

Bermuda Holidays & Packages- Tipping Information

 

If not included in the bill, a 15% tip is generally expected at restaurants and hotels. Taxi drivers are usually tipped 10%. All Bermuda hotels add a hotel tax of 7.25% to the bill at check-out.

 

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