Bermuda

Bermuda Overview

Bermuda, an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, is a group of coral islands and islets in the Atlantic Ocean.

Bermuda consists of more than 300 islands and tiny islets, only 20 of which are inhabited. The islands form the most northerly group of coral islands in the world. The largest islands are Bermuda, St. George’s, St. David’s, and Somerset. Bridges link these islands and several smaller islands.

Bermuda offers a wealth of attractions and a very relaxing pace of life. All of its islands can be easily reached by boat, bridge or causeway, opening up a treasure trove of crystal waters, secluded sandy beaches, swimming, snorkeling, diving, fishing, sailing, windsurfing, and nature hikes.

CLIMATE

The average yearly temperature of Bermuda is 70 °F (21 °C). Hurricanes may strike the islands. Bermuda’s annual rainfall averages 58 inches per year.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

CAPITAL: Hamilton
POPULATION: 66,500
LANGUAGE: English
CURRENCY: Bermudian Dollar
ELECTRIC CURRENT: 120V, 60Hz. To power any electrical item an international adapter or two pin plug is required.
COUNTRY CODE: BM
COUNTRY DIALLING CODE: +441
TIME ZONE: GMT/UTC -4