Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom
Do I Need a Visa to Visit Bermuda?
Canadian citizens using Canadian passports do not require a visa to enter Bermuda for tourism or business stays under ninety (90) days.
Holders of Canadian Permanent Residency status (e.g. Canadian Landed Immigrants) with a current and valid PR card and a current and valid passport do not require a visa to visit Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands or Turks & Caicos if visiting for less than 30 days. You must produce a valid passport and valid Permanent Residence Card as proof of permanent residency.
Effective 01 March 2014 the Bermuda Department of Immigration has relaxed visa requirements. Foreign nationals who require and have valid Canadian or UK or USA "MRV" (Multi Re-Entry Visa) can now visit Bermuda without requiring any separate visa for Bermuda or visa waiver. So tourists, persons on business and work permit holders from such countries (including who were earlier Visa Controlled Nationals) now do not need a separate entry visa for Bermuda. Non-Canadians must do and/or have the following: 1) Show the MRV on arrival in Bermuda which must be valid for minimum 45 days beyond the date of departure or expiry of work permit (as applicable); 2) Passport should be valid for minimum of 45 days from the date of departure from Bermuda or expiry of work permit (as the case may be); 3) Show valid return or onward air or ship tickets:
This is a colony of the United Kingdom, and visas are administered by the U.K. government.
For more information about travel conditions in Bermuda, please visit the Foreign Affairs Web site.