Bermuda is Open
As of July 1, Bermuda is open and warmly welcoming visitors back to safely enjoy the island's natural beauty and genuine hospitality. Bermuda offers guests an accessible, safe destination with wide-open spaces and pink sand beaches. Savor everything from ocean breezes to fresh island fare, and get lost in the Bermuda way of life
PRISTINE RESORTS AND OPEN SPACES
With everything from pristine and spacious resorts to clean and comfortable cottages, there's something for every traveler in Bermuda. Beautiful views, plenty of room, safe and healthy service await.
|YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
To protect Bermuda's community and travelers alike, a set of robust screening protocols have been introduced. Visitors must take a PCR COVID-19 test and obtain a negative result ideally within 72 hours, but no more than 5 days of departure.
Best Resorts in Bermuda
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The Oxford House
Things to Do in Bermuda
Get Away to the Island of Bermuda
A 21-square mile island set apart out in the Atlantic, the island of Bermuda is just a two-hour flight from most eastern U.S. cities. The island is ringed with pink sand beaches leading into clear turquoise waters, perfect for snorkeling, swimming and cliff diving. Bermuda's sub-tropical climate lends itself to amazing year-round experiences.
If you’re planning a visit to Bermuda, you’re in for an unforgettable experience on an island of friendly locals and incredible natural beauty. Bermuda’s beaches are legendary, but beyond the pink sand you’ll find an island packed with a rare mix of experiences. Go sailing or shipwreck diving, explore ancient caves and subterranean lakes, uncover British colonial heritage in historic towns, celebrate with Gombey dancers, feast on one of the world's best fish sandwiches and wash it all down with one of the island's signature rum drinks.
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