Bermuda is situated in the North Atlantic Ocean and is a British Overseas Territory. Bermuda is also known as the Somers Isles or the Bermudas. Bermuda is named after the Spanish Sea Captain, Juan de Bermudez, who discovered the islands in 1505. Bermuda has a flourishing Tourism Industry. Some of the tourist attractions of Bermuda include coral reefs, historical places, beaches, and museums. Among the many sightseeing attractions, St George’s is a World Heritage Site.
Bermudian Dollar (BMD)
53.2 square km (20.6 square miles)
64,268 (2010 census)
Climate & Geography
Bermuda has a humid climate. The Gulf Stream prevents the temperature from dipping below the freezing point. Bermudian winters are windy with the average temperatures hovering around 20 degrees C (68 degrees F), while the summers are humid with the temperatures staying under 30 degrees C (86 degrees F).
The islands of Bermuda are low lying in nature and are covered with dense forests. Most of the flora and fauna that are presently found in the islands of Bermuda have been introduced later by the later settlers.
Roadways and waterways are the preferred means of transport. The Bermuda International Airport and the three sea ports of Hamilton, Saint George, and Dockyard serve the international tourists.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest Visitors Information Centers to find the details of the visa requirements for visiting Bermuda.