What to Take

  • Beachwear
  • Sandals
  • Scuba or snorkeling gear (if you prefer to use your own)
  • Drybag for your valuables
  • Dollars in cash
  • A small day pack
  • US/Canada electrical adapter

What to Wear

For much of the time, casual beachwear is all you'll need, though if visiting during Bermuda's winter (January to March), be prepared for chilly and wet weather, and consider bringing gloves if you're planning on driving a scooter. The 'resort-elegant' dress code applies in some restaurants: gentlemen can opt for the 'Bermudian smart' look with Bermuda shorts, knee socks, smart shoes and jacket, while linen pants, dresses and smart sandals are expected of ladies. Most golf courses have a dress code also.

Pre-Departure Checklist

  • Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months past your arrival date
  • Check the airline baggage restrictions
  • Inform your debit-/credit-card company you’re heading away
  • Arrange for appropriate travel insurance