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Circled by a coral reef that attracts divers from all over the world, Bermuda truly deserves its title ‘Jewel of the Atlantic’

With beautiful beaches spread along 75 miles of coastline, botanical gardens, crystal caves and a zoo, aquarium and maritime museum, you’ll be spoilt for choice for places to visit.

You can sip a rum swizzle on Front Street in the capital Hamilton, where the men smartly dress in Bermuda shorts complete with jacket, tie and knee socks. Or take a trip to the east end of the island and visit St George, the oldest surviving English town in the New World and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit St Peter’s Church, the Old Rectory, the Town Hall and the replica of HMS Deliverance, a ship built by the first settlers in 1610 from the wreckage of the Sea Venture that had brought them from Plymouth. Or for something completely different, don a mask to explore the underwater world at the Snorkel Park.

 

Passports and visas

Visit GOV.UK for more advice on passports and visas.

Health

As health information can change at any time, we’d advise you to consult your GP at least 12 weeks before departure.

Country-specific information and advice on possible health risks is also published by the National Travel Health Network and Centre, and The British Foreign and Commonwealth Travel Advice Unit provides important health and safety information for British nationals travelling abroad.