Useful facts for your holiday to Bermuda
Flights and Transfers
You'll fly in to L. F. Wade International Airport near St. George in Bermuda - however you may require a transfer via Europe or somewhere in the Caribbean. If you book your transfers with us, you’ll be met on arrival in Bermuda by a Tropical Sky representative who’ll guide you to your transfer vehicle.
Irish passport holders do not currently require a visa to visit Bermuda. Re-check this on booking for any potential changes. Irish Citizens travelling to Bermuda require a full Irish Passport which must be valid for 6 months after departure from this country. All children and infants must also have their own passports for entry into Bermuda.
English is the official language. The Bermudan accent is quite strong, although arguably more easy to understand than many dialects in the Caribbean.
It isn’t possible to rent a car – it is prohibited by law! Taxis and buses are generally very good.
The Bermuda Dollar is the official currency and has parity with the US Dollar, which are usually accepted
110V, 60 Hz, flat two pronged plugs in use (US/Canada standard)
Vaccination and Health
As health requirements change it’s always a good idea to consult with your GP or visit a specialist travel clinic well in advance of your holiday for specific information related to your travel and medical history. Additional information can be found by visiting NaTHNaC or MASTA travel health.
GMT -3 hours (-4 hours in summer)