Bermuda prepares to open it’s doors…

COVID-19 has changed the face of the tourism industry and in particular, the way we travel. Destinations & travel companies are in a constant battle to find new ways in which to protect their guests.

As Travellers, we are also responsible in keeping each other safe. We no longer have the luxury of total travel-freedom we once enjoyed pre-pandemic. We have to expect a disciplined approach by authorities and tolerate consequences of new rules and regulations which, no doubt will differ from destination to destination and, as we start to take the small steps to recovery.

Bermuda has recently announced that, after careful consideration and planning, it will be ready to welcome international travellers from 1st July, 2020 with some conditions in place.

As expected, incoming passengers will be required to produce evidence of being tested for COVID-19 within 5 days of departure, and have been confirmed as negative.

Travellers will be subject to further screening upon arrival, followed by strict quarantine in their chosen accommodation pending test results. Authorities are working towards a 24hr turnaround for the results.

This is a bold and positive move for Bermuda, who have successfully managed the Covid-19 pandemic with 2 consecutive weeks of no reported cases. And with pristine beaches and outstanding Luxury Hotels, Bermuda sounds like the perfect getaway.

For more information, visit

Bermuda’s Official Travel Resource

Travel Advice

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