Bermuda is a British overseas territory in the North Atlantic ocean, and is situated just off the East Coast of America. It lies near to North Carolina and Cape Hatteras. Bermuda is divided up into nine parishes, including St. Georges(Which used to be its capital) in the east, and Sandys parish in the west. Hamilton is now its capital and consists of around 138 islands.
British passport holders do not require visas to enter Bermuda as a visitor but accommodation must be booked prior to arrival. The usual length of stay automatically permitted to a visitor is twenty-one days. Anyone travelling via the USA must have at least six months’ validity remaining on their passport.
Places Of Interest
Bermuda is a pretty good place for versatility. The great thing here is that you don't have to go far to have some fun as there is always something going off. Why not try 'Somerset Bridge Water Sports'? In Sandy parish; a family run business that offers kayaking, boating and jet skiing? Snorkelling is also a popular activity in Bermuda as there are so many beaches to take it up in. Why not try visiting the 4* rated Gibb's Hill House? An old cast iron lighthouse open for visitors to go up to see its stunning views that the lighthouse offers. The port royal golf club is well-known for those who want to relax in style, the Bermuda reef explorer is open for tourists to take boat rides in reefs to watch its sea life swim by too
Being a British Colony in the Atlantic ocean, Bermudian food is highly influenced by America and England within its cooking. Most dishes here are based around fresh fish and vegetables, and adding alcohol to the more traditional dishes to give them more of a distinctive flavour. Fish is the main meat used in meals and even often eaten at breakfast. Beans, onions bananas and cherries are also popular foods used in Bermudian cooking.