We’ve collected some of our most frequently asked questions about visiting Bermuda to help make your travel planning experience even easier. Browse our FAQ below to find everything you need to know about travelling to Bermuda.
Travelling With Pets
Yes! There are plenty of pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, and attractions that welcome four-legged family members.
Dogs entering Bermuda from the US and Canada will require a Bermuda Import Permit, a health certificate, a microchip, a pest control statement, and a rabies vaccination certificate, so you’ll want to book a vet visit before you head out here. Dogs arriving directly from the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Jamaica do not require a rabies vaccination. See full details for bringing pets to Bermuda.
The Bermuda National Parks Act prohibits dogs on public beaches between April 1 and October 31.
Passports & Paperwork
In addition to a round-trip ticket and a valid passport, visitors arriving by air or yacht will need to complete the Arrival Card form prior to landing in Bermuda. Visiting yachts and crew should also refer to entry requirements for arriving by private vessel for additional information.
As of March 1, 2014, Bermuda entry visas and visa waivers are not required for tourist and business visitors and work permit holders.
If you’re married and your identification documents are in your maiden name, please carry your marriage certificate or a certified copy as further proof of identity.
In March and April, nearly 10,000 humpback whales pass through the waters around Bermuda on their journey north to cooler waters. Spring is a great time to see these friendly, gentle giants as they make their way past the island. Start planning your whale watching adventure.
Cricket starts in late June and runs through mid-September. It peaks in late July or early August with Cup Match – this event is played over two days, but the pregame and post-match celebrations turn it into a much longer spectacle! The top players from around the island compete in two teams, one representing the West End and the other, the East End. In addition to cricket you’ll find lots of delicious Bermudian food, music, and a festival atmosphere.
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