Bermuda is a British island territory stretching to 21 square miles, with lots of pink-sand beaches.
Be warned: the island life comes at a price. According to Numbeo:
- Three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant: $150 (£121)
- 1 litre of regular milk: $4.06 (£3.30)
- 500g loaf of fresh white bread: $7.78 (£6.30)
- One-way ticket on local transport: $4 (£3.20)
- Basics for an 85m squared apartment: $264.17 (£213)
- Monthly rent for one-bedroom flat: $3,315.62 (£2,673.50)
You’ll find co-working spaces in Hamilton but Bermuda doesn’t rank on Speedtest so your connection could be a tad patchy.
Expect to find fish chowder; a Bermuda Breakfast of codfish, potatoes, boiled eggs, avocado and banana; peas and rice; bread pudding; shark hash (sauteed shark liver with sherry peppers); and cassava pie.
The digital nomad visa
Name of visa: Work from Bermuda certificate
Visa fee: $263 (£213)
Length of stay: 12 months
Can I extend my stay? Renewable on a case-by-case basis.
- Be at least 18 years old and pay the application fee
- Not have been convicted of a crime in Bermuda or elsewhere
- Possess valid health insurance coverage
- Demonstrate employment with a legitimate company or your own company registered and operating outside of Bermuda, in the case of a remote worker
- Provide evidence of enrolment in a Research, Undergraduate, Graduate or Doctorate Programme, in the case of a student
For self-employed need the same kind of paperwork, plus a certificate of incorporation, if applicable.
Minimum salary: None stated – ‘must have substantial means and/or have a continuous source of annual income’
How to apply: Online at https://www.bda.bm/work-from-bermuda/