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Is Bermuda Open for Tourists? – Latest Travel Restrictions

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Last update: 6/5/2021

Bermuda reopened to international travel on July 1, 2020. Travelers from any country are currently allowed to visit Bermuda, but it is one of the places that are open for tourism with some of the strictest entry requirements for travelers.

All travelers must complete an online Travel Authorization form 1 to 3 days before their departure and pay a $75 fee, which covers the cost of COVID-19 testing in Bermuda. As part of completing the form, all travelers must upload proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda.

All travelers, including Bermuda residents, will then be tested upon arrival in Bermuda. Vaccinated travelers must quarantine until they receive a negative arrival test result. They do not have to quarantine any longer than that or wear a Traveler Wristband, but they will undergo testing again on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip.

Unvaccinated travelers must wear a Traveler Wristband for the first 14 days of their trip and quarantine for at least 4 days. They will undergo testing on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip and they can end their quarantine if they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

 All travelers should also download the WeHealth Bermuda app.

Can I travel to Bermuda right now?

Travelers from any country can visit Bermuda right now. Below is a map of all the countries that can visit Bermuda at the moment.

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Travelers from all countries can currently visit Bermuda.

Bermuda has not banned travelers from any country.

Bermuda COVID-19 travel restrictions and entry requirements

Bermuda has imposed some incredibly strict entry requirements on international travelers.

All international travelers and Bermuda residents, regardless of vaccination status, must have proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda and upload that proof to the Travel Authorization form, which must be completed online 1 to 3 days before their departure. All travelers should also download the WeHealth Bermuda app.

All travelers, including Bermuda residents, will undergo testing upon arrival in Bermuda. Vaccinated travelers must quarantine until they receive a negative arrival test result. They must then undergo testing on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip.

Unvaccinated travelers must wear a Traveler Wristband for the first 14 days of their trip and quarantine for at least 4 days. They will undergo testing on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip and can end their quarantine if they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

Travelers from Brazil, India, and South Africa must quarantine for 14 days from their arrival and may only end their quarantine if they receive a negative result on their day 14 test.

All travelers from the UK or who have been in the UK in the last 14 days must quarantine for at least 4 days from their arrival. They will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative result on their day 4 test.

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Bermuda COVID-19 travel restrictions and entry requirements

Unvaccinated Bermuda residents who do not have proof of a negative pre-arrival test result will have to quarantine until they receive the results of their day 8 test. They must wear a bracelet, which costs $300 for returning residents without a pre-trip PCR test and must be paid for on arrival in Bermuda. The bracelet pairs with a phone app, which residents must download on their phone. If they do not want to download the app on their personal phone, they may rent a phone for $50.

COVID-19 vaccine to travel to Bermuda

Travelers are considered fully vaccinated when they have received all doses of their vaccine and at least two weeks have elapsed since they received their last dose.

Vaccinated travelers must complete a Travel Authorization form 1 to 3 days before their departure and upload proof of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda. They will then undergo testing on arrival in Bermuda and on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip.

Vaccinated residents of Bermuda without a negative pre-arrival PCR test and all travelers from the UK must quarantine until they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

All vaccinated travelers with a negative pre-arrival PCR test only have to quarantine until they receive a negative result from their arrival test. They will no longer have to quarantine, but they must still undergo testing on days 4, 8, and 14 of their trip.

Vaccinated travelers do not have to wear a Traveler Wristband.

Is PCR testing mandatory to travel to Bermuda?

All international and national travelers must have proof of a negative PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda.

This test result must be uploaded to the Travel Authorization form. The result must be from a PCR test; no other type of test will be accepted. The test must have been performed by an accredited laboratory and the test result must have the traveler’s full name, date of birth, date of the test, test result, and the name and contact information of the laboratory. You can find more information on test requirements here.

Children age 9 and younger are exempt from this PCR testing requirement. Instead of uploading a negative test result to the Travel Authorization form, they must upload a government-issued photo ID as proof of their age.

Bermuda residents must also provide proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda. If they are unvaccinated and do not have a negative pre-arrival test, they will have to pay for and wear a quarantine bracelet, which costs $300, and quarantine until they receive the results of their day 8 test.

Vaccinated Bermuda residents without a negative pre-arrival test must quarantine until they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

All travelers, including Bermuda residents, will also take a PCR test on arrival in Bermuda. They must quarantine until they receive a negative result (results usually take about 24 hours to become available). They will then undergo testing on the 4th, 8th, and 14th days after their arrival.

Is there a mandatory quarantine upon arrival in Bermuda?

All vaccinated travelers, including Bermuda residents, must quarantine until they receive a negative result from their PCR test on arrival in Bermuda (results are generally available within 24 hours).

Vaccinated residents of Bermuda without a negative pre-arrival PCR test and all travelers from the UK, regardless of vaccination status, must quarantine until they receive a negative result from their day 4 test.

All unvaccinated travelers must quarantine for at least 4 days from their arrival. If they receive a negative result from their day 4 test, they can end their quarantine. All unvaccinated travelers must also wear a Traveler Wristband for the first 14 days of their trip.

All travelers from Brazil, India, and South Africa must quarantine for 14 days from their arrival and may only end their quarantine if they receive a negative result on their day 14 test.

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Is there a mandatory quarantine upon arrival in Bermuda?

Any traveler who tests positive for COVID-19 at any point must self-isolate for 14 days at their own expense.

Unvaccinated Bermuda residents who do not have proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda will have to quarantine until they receive the results of their day 8 test.

While they are quarantining, they must wear a quarantine bracelet, which costs $300 and must be paid for on arrival in Bermuda. The bracelet pairs with a phone app, which residents must download on their phone. If they do not want to download the app on their personal phone, they may rent a phone for $50.

Travel Authorization form

It is mandatory for all travelers to complete a Travel Authorization form. The form must be completed online 1 to 3 days before departure to Bermuda. Each traveler should fill out their own form. Travelers should present an electronic or physical copy of the form in order to board their flight to Bermuda.

As part of completing the form, every traveler age 10 and over must upload proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda. Children age 9 and younger must upload a government-issued photo ID as proof of their age instead of uploading a negative test result.

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Travel Authorization form

Travelers must also pay a fee to cover COVID-19 testing in Bermuda. The fee is $75 for travelers age 10 and older and $30 for travelers age 9 and younger.

When they are completing the form, parents must consent for their 10- to 17-year-olds to be tested in Bermuda. Without this consent, children in this age bracket will have to quarantine for 14 days from their arrival.

Travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage to visit Bermuda

All visitors must have health insurance with COVID-19 coverage that covers them for the duration of their stay in Bermuda.

Not sure which insurance will best suit your needs? Heymondo is a great option for travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage. Their policies include extensive coverage for COVID-19 testing and treatment, plus they’re affordable, so they’re the perfect choice if you need insurance for when you travel. We use Heymondo every time we travel because we know we can rely on them to give us great coverage for a good price.

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Other travel restrictions for Bermuda during COVID-19

Bermuda has implemented even more travel restrictions for visitors:

  • All travelers will undergo a PCR test on arrival in Bermuda.
  • All unvaccinated travelers must wear a traveler wristband for the first 14 days of their trip.
  • All travelers must monitor their health and record their temperature twice daily throughout their trip.
  • Face masks are required in all public areas.
  • Social distancing rules must be observed.
  • You may need a tourist visa to visit Bermuda. Check if you need one below.

What’s open in Bermuda

Restrictions have recently tightened in Bermuda. Hotels and beaches are open right now, but many attractions are closed and restaurants are only open for takeout and delivery.

Hotels that are open in Bermuda

Hotels and accommodations in Bermuda are open so you should have plenty of options for great places to stay. We highly recommend these accommodations:

Bermuda’s accommodations do have increased health and safety measures in place. Guests must wear face masks at all times and keep at least six feet away from others who are not in their household.

Face masks will be available for guests who do not have their own. Hand sanitizer will be available at entrances and contact areas for guests to disinfect their hands. Guests’ details will be taken for contact tracing purposes.

You can find more details on hotel regulations here and here.

Beaches that are open in Bermuda

Bermuda’s pink-sand beaches are one of its most famous features, so it would be a shame to visit without being able to see them. Luckily, beaches in Bermuda are open.

Beachgoers should stick to visiting beaches that are close to their residence/accommodation. They must keep at least six feet away from others who are not in their household and should avoid crowded areas where they cannot keep at least six feet away from others. Beachgoers should also keep their distance from others while in the water.

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Beaches that are open in Bermuda

Beachgoers who cannot keep six feet away from others on the beach should wear masks. Organized sports and activities are not allowed.

More information on beach regulations can be found here.

Attractions that are open and tours that are operating in Bermuda

Bermuda has more to offer than just beaches: you can go horseback riding, visit a museum, do the African Diaspora Heritage Trail, go scuba diving, cycle the Railway Trail, take a sunset cruise, and more. Unfortunately, museums, theaters, and places of public recreation are closed right now.

More information on attraction restrictions is available here.

Restaurants and bars that are open in Bermuda

Restaurants in Bermuda are currently open for takeout and delivery only. Bars are closed.

Restaurants are open from 7 AM to 7 PM. Only one customer is allowed inside at a time to pick up or pay for an order. Dining in is not allowed.

You can find more information on restaurant restrictions here. More details on bar regulations can be found here.

Airports that are open in Bermuda

Bermuda has one international airport, L. F. Wade International Airport, which is currently open.

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Airports that are open in Bermuda

Travelers must wear face masks and abide by social distancing rules. There will be hand sanitizing stations throughout the airport for travelers to be able to disinfect their hands. All travelers will be subject to testing on arrival.

Curfew in Bermuda

There is currently a daily nationwide curfew from 8 PM to 6 AM.

Where to get a PCR test in Bermuda

Your country may require you to take a PCR test in order to fly back home. If you need to get a PCR test in Bermuda, here is a list of places you can get tested.

Bermuda reopening its borders to tourists – F.A.Q.

Check out these FAQs related to Bermuda reopening for tourists and let us know if you have any other questions in the comments below.

Yes, you can travel to Bermuda from any country in the world right now.

There are currently 10 active cases and 24 deaths due to COVID-19 in Bermuda as of today. The CDC classifies travel to Bermuda as “Level 4- Very High Risk.” If you have a pre-existing condition or any health condition that could increase your chances of serious illness, do not travel to Bermuda. Additionally, even if you are not high-risk, you might want to reconsider travel to Bermuda.

No, there is currently no ban on travelers from any country.

Yes, all travelers must quarantine in order to visit Bermuda. Vaccinated travelers must quarantine until they receive a negative arrival test result. Unvaccinated travelers, all travelers from the UK, and vaccinated residents of Bermuda without a pre-arrival PCR test must quarantine until they receive their day 4 test results.

All travelers from Brazil, India, and South Africa must quarantine for 14 days from their arrival and may only end their quarantine if they receive a negative result on their day 14 test.

Unvaccinated Bermuda residents who do not have proof of a negative COVID PCR test result that was obtained within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda will have to quarantine until they receive the results of their day 8 test.

Yes, you must have proof of a negative PCR test result within 5 days of arrival in Bermuda. Only children age 9 and under are exempt from this testing requirement. All travelers will also be tested on arrival and on the 4th, 8th, and 14th days of their trip.

Yes, there is currently a daily curfew from 8 PM to 6 AM.

No, there are no restrictions on intercity and interregional travel.

Yes, hotels in Bermuda are open.

Yes, Bermuda’s international airport is open and commercial flights are operating.

No, bars are closed, and restaurants are only open from 7 AM to 7 PM for takeout and delivery.

Yes, Bermuda’s famous pink-sand beaches are open.

No, most attractions are currently closed.

Yes, American tourists can currently visit Bermuda, but the State Department has issued a “Level 4 – Do Not Travel” travel advisory for Bermuda, so we do not recommend traveling there right now.

Yes, Canadians can travel to Bermuda right now.

Sources

We will update this guide on Bermuda reopening to tourism with any new developments. If you need more information on travel to Bermuda, you can check these official sources:

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Hi, I'm Ascen, a globetrotter based in Philadelphia, USA. I enjoy exploring new landscapes and creating in-depth travel guides for Capture the Atlas.

I have felt a special connection with nature and all the inhabitants of the planet since I was a kid. I am passionate about discovering new countries and especially their wildlife, but no matter how many places I visit, I will always belong to the remote beaches of Almería, in Southern Spain.

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