Before embarking on your island getaway, be sure you've got the two required documents:
You'll need a round-trip ticket to travel to Bermuda. All visitors, including children and infants, are required to have a return or onward ticket, i.e., a round-trip ticket, or other proof of onward transportation to a country to which the passenger has right of entry.
Do I need a passport to enter Bermuda?
All travellers must carry with them proof of citizenship and identification, specifically a machine-readable passport, for return to their own country or for re-entry through another foreign country as required by Bermuda Immigration authorities. This applies to adults as well as children/infants travelling alone or with their parents.
Note: For visiting yachts and crew, see entry requirements for arriving by private vessel.
Note: Married women whose identification documents are in their maiden name but who are travelling under their married name should also carry their marriage certificate or certified copy as further proof of identity.
As of March 1, 2014 Bermuda entry visas and visa waivers are not required for tourist and business visitors and work permit holders.
For details on Bermuda’s customs and duty allowances as well as regulations, download the Customs Regulations Fact Sheet.
Want to get out and explore even faster?
The online Visitor Arrival Card gets travellers through Arrivals and out the door without the hassle. Enter www.bermudaarrivalcard.com into your browser, complete the form online and print it out ahead of your journey. That's it! There’s no need to fill out the pink, paper form aboard your flight. Just show the printed document to Immigration officials along with your passport. Before you know it, you'll be living the island life.