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BERMUDA TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguagesEnglish (official) and Portuguese is also spoken.
What to eatLots of fish and seafood (popular dishes include salted codfish with potatoes, fish chowder and a fried fish sandwich) and rum-flavoured cakes or ice cream.
What to bring backBermuda Jam Factory’s pepper jams, Outerbridge’s Original hot sauces, Gosling’s rum and small bottles of pink sand from Bermuda’s legendary beaches.
Fun FactLooking for shipwrecks? The sneaky coral reef hiding below its blue waters has made Bermuda the shipwreck capital of the Atlantic Ocean. It even has one on its flag to honour its discovery by English settlers when their ship sank off Bermuda’s coast. The wrecks of the Cristóbal Colón, the Iristo and the Hermes are a few of the must-see shipwreck diving sites.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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