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The official flag of the Bermudian nation.

About Bermuda in a nutshell

  • Conventional short form of the name: Bermuda
  • The conventional long form of the name: none
  • Former name(s): Somers Islands
  • Etymology: the islands making up Bermuda are named after Juan de BERMUDEZ, an early 16th century Spanish sea captain and the first European explorer of the archipelago.
  • The legal system in Bermuda: English common law.
  • Climate: Subtropical, mild, humid, gales, strong winds common in winter.
  • The national symbols are red lion.
  • Internet TLD: .bm


Bermuda was first settled in 1609 by shipwrecked English colonists heading for Virginia. Self-governing since 1620, Bermuda is the oldest and most populous of the British overseas territories. Vacationing to the island to escape North American winters first developed in Victorian times. Tourism continues to be important to the island’s economy, although international business has overtaken it in recent years. Bermuda has also developed into a highly successful offshore financial center. A referendum on independence from the UK was soundly defeated in 1995.



Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory located in the North Atlantic Ocean. Bermuda has a population of 38,000 people and an area of 100 square miles.

This state is located in North America, a group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of South Carolina (US), under the coordinates of 32 20 N, 64 45 W, covering an area of 54 sq km with a coastline of 103 km. Bermuda is About one-third the size of Washington, DC.

Low hills are separated by fertile depressions, with Town hill 79 m as the highest point of Bermuda, while Atlantic Ocean 0 m as the lowest point, causing a mean elevation at N/A throughout the country. With a total of 54 sq km, Bermuda has 54 sq km of land and 0 sq km water surface area.

Consists of about 138 coral islands and islets with ample rainfall but no rivers or freshwater lakes; some land was leased by the US Government from 1941 to 1995.

The climate in Bermuda is as follows: Subtropical, mild, humid, gales, strong winds common in winter.

When you visit Bermuda, the natural hazards shall be considered: Hurricanes (June to November).

The following major health-threatening issues shall be considered when visiting Bermuda: none.

Current environmental issues affecting the Bermudian people: dense population and heavy vehicle traffic create severe congestion and air pollution problems; water resources scarce (most obtained as rainwater or from wells); solid waste disposal; hazardous waste disposal; sewage disposal; overfishing; oil spills.

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The capital and other divisions

Capital city: Hamilton found under the coordinates 32 17 N, 64 47 W, applying the time zone UTC-4 (1 hour ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time), using the following daylight saving time: +1hr, begins second Sunday in March; ends first Sunday in November.

Bermuda is a group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean. The capital city of Hamilton on Bermuda’s South Shore is home to many impressive landmarks such as the Tres Rios Bridge and its nearby sister, the Skyway Bridge.

Bermuda became independent on none (Overseas Territory of the UK), and its national holiday is Bermuda Day, 24 May.

Administrative divisions: 9 parishes and 2 municipalities*; Devonshire, Hamilton, Hamilton, Paget, Pembroke, Saint George, Saint Georges, Sandys, Smiths, Southampton, Warwick.

People and society


The population in Bermuda is 72,084 (July 2021 estimate), with an average of 0.36% (2021 estimate) change. That means Bermuda is the No. 202 in the world’s populated rank list. With an average of 43.6 years median age (41.6 years for males and 41.6 years for women), Bermuda ranks No. 23 on the globe’s median age rank list.

The people living in this country are the Bermudian(s) (noun) or Bermudian (adjective) and belong mainly to the following ethnic groups: African descent 52%, White 31%, mixed 9%, Asian 4, other 4% (2010 estimate).

They speak English (official language), Portuguese languages and practice the following religions: Protestant 46.2% (includes Anglican 15.8%, African Methodist Episcopal 8.6%, Seventh Day Adventist 6.7, Pentecostal 3.5%, Methodist 2.7%, Presbyterian 2.0%, Church of God 1.6%, Baptist 1.2%, Salvation Army 1.1%, Brethren 1.0%, other Protestant 2.0%), Roman Catholic 14.5%, Jehovahs Witness 1.3%, other Christian 9.1%, Muslim 1%, other 3.9%, none 17.8%, unspecified 6.2% (2010 estimate).

We can conclude the following about the population in Bermuda: Relatively even population distribution throughout. In Bermuda, we are talking about 100% (2021) of the total population is living in cities, and most of them reside in the following municipalities: 10,000 Hamilton (capital city) (2018).


International business, which consists primarily of insurance and other financial services, is the absolute bedrock of Bermudas economy, consistently accounting for about 85% of the island’s GDP. Tourism is the country’s second-largest industry, accounting for about 5% of Bermudas GDP but a much larger share of employment. Over 80% of visitors come from the US, and the sector struggled in the wake of the global recession of 2008-09. Even the financial sector has lost roughly 5,000 high-paying expatriate jobs since 2008, weighing heavily on household consumption and retail sales. Bermuda must import almost everything. Agriculture and industry are limited due to the small size of the island., Bermudas economy returned to negative growth in 2016, reporting a contraction of 0.1% GDP, after growing by 0.6% in 2015. Unemployment reached 7% in 2016 and 2017, public debt is growing and exceeds $2.4 billion, and the government continues to work on attracting foreign investment. Still, Bermuda enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the world.

Bermuda is rich in the following natural resources: Limestone, pleasant climate fostering tourism.

The main industrial sectors are typically international business, tourism, light manufacturing.

The country’s export sectors are particularly strong in re-exports pharmaceuticals, partnering with these nations: Jamaica 49.1%, Luxembourg 36.1%, US 4.9% (2017). The export trade resulted in $1.59 billion. Note: Data are in current year dollars (2019 estimate). In a global rank of the export, values resulted in Bermuda’s position of 164.

Land use in Bermuda: 20% (2018 estimate) forest, 65.2% (2018 estimate) other.

The arable land area is 14.8% (2018 estimate), and the agricultural land is 14.8% (2018 estimate). Land use for permanent crops 0% (2018 estimate), permanent pasture 0% (2018 estimate).

The main agro-industrial products of Bermuda are bananas, vegetables, citrus, flowers, dairy products, honey.

The country typically needs to import: ships, refined petroleum, postage stamps, recreational boats, aircraft (2019), partnering with the following nations: the United States 44%, South Korea 17%, Germany 10%, Canada 8% (2019) in a sum value of $2.23 billion. Note: data are in current year dollars (2019 estimate) $2.2 billion. Note: data are in current year dollars (2018 estimate). This sum value on the global ranking list of imports resulted in Bermuda 172.

Bermuda Driving Directions

In this post, you learned about Bermuda, North America, a group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of South Carolina (US). We published some basic information about its capital Hamilton, and the Bermudian nation.

Are you interested in visiting Bermuda and looking for driving directions? Click here to plan your route, or see a printable road map of Bermuda below for an overview of the route network.

Printable map of Bermuda

Did you know about Bermuda?

It’s one of the oldest surviving colonies in the New World. The first people to call this island home was probably Arawak tribespeople who settled around 2000 years ago. Many unique features make this place unique. For example, it is the only British Overseas Territory to use the British currency instead of their currency.

The Bermuda Triangle has been documented for centuries, with reports of ships and airplanes disappearing without a trace. It is speculated that this phenomenon can be attributed to underwater plateaus that create strong vortexes, causing planes to crash into the water or ships to capsize. Others claim that there is no logical explanation for these disappearances.

After virtually visiting Bermuda, you may also be interested in the neighboring countries: The Bamahas, The United States.

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