Located about 600 miles East of North Carolina in the Atlantic Ocean, the island of Bermuda is a sub-tropical paradise brimming with natural beauty, rich heritage and global economic influence. Both a popular tourism destination and a strategic hub of international business, Bermuda is home to a diverse range of cultures, with multiple ethnicities and nationalities from around the globe represented within it’s 21 square miles.
A British colony, the island is technically under the rule of the United Kingdom, but nonetheless has its own parliament, senate and executive branch in terms of local Government. Home to pink sand beaches, turquoise waters, pleasant weather, celebrated restaurants, world-class accommodations and famously friendly people, Bermuda is cherished by locals and visitors alike, and is ideal for those seeking a more laid back, slower-paced lifestyle.
There’s lots to do on our stunning little island, and we hope our visitor guide helps to steer you in the right direction and discover something incredible.