The Department of Tourism's website, www.bermudatourism.com, features comprehensive information broken down into user-friendly categories for vacationers, weddings, travel agents, and media. An interactive map of the island lets visitors see exactly where they'll be going on their Bermuda vacation as well as information on weather, entry requirements, and travel packages, and it also features a state-of-the-art booking device.
The Bermuda government offers a personalized Bermuda miniguidebook for potential visitors. Within minutes of hanging up the phone, Internet-connected 800/BERMUDA [237-6832] callers in the U.S. or Canada receive a personalized "weblet" that gives specific, detailed information on hotels and activities based on information supplied by the caller. Your weblet's search engines allow you to supply personal criteria and receive a selection of hotels and restaurants designed to appeal to your taste and pocketbook. Special-interest buttons can be pressed for data on golf, honeymoon packages, nightlife, and sports facilities. U.K. residents should call tel. 0800/883-0857 to use this service, and residents of other countries will need to consult a travel agent in their particular area.
To speak to a travel representative, contact the Bermuda Department of Tourism, 675 Third Ave., New York, NY 10017 (tel. 212/818-9800).
In the United Kingdom, contact the Bermuda Department of Tourism at tel. 020/7096-4246.
In Bermuda, you can get answers to most of your questions at the Visitors Information Centre locations at the Ferry Terminal, 8 Front St., City of Hamilton (tel. 441/295-1480), open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm; and at the Royal Naval Dockyard (tel. 441/234-3824), open daily 9am to 5pm.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.