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Bermuda Visa

Bermuda customs

Free import

• 200 cigarettes or
• 50 cigars or
• 1ib of tobacco
• One quart of liquor
• One quart of wine
• 20 pounds of meat
• Cameras and other articles for personal use


• Illegal drugs
• Guns, explosives and ammunition
• Knives and deadly weapons
• Plant and plant products – unless authorised
• Protected species of fish i.e. black rockfish, yellowtail snapper, swordfish, blue marlin.
• Marine turtles of all species
• Marine mammals of all species (Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises)
• Atlantic Pearl Oysters
• Cats and dogs – unless authorised
• Historical artefacts – unless authorised
• Gaming machines
• Counterfeit money and goods
• Hazardous materials
• Pornographic material


• All firearms and ammunition are prohibited unless the traveller possesses a valid firearm licence issued by the Commissioner of Police.
Plant and plant products entering the country will need permission from the Agriculture minister.
• Imported fish must be clearly identified by species and the country of origin or export, and must be certified as to its quality by the health authority of the country of origin or export.
• Raw and pasteurised milk is prohibited except where authorised by the Minister responsible for Agriculture
• All meat and meat products being imported into the country must be accompanied by an ‘Official Certificate’ provided by the Official Meat Inspection Authority of the exporting country, and recognised and accepted by the Chief Medical Officer of Bermuda.
• Any animals being imported into the country will need an Import Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Protection together with a Health Certificate issued less than 10 days prior to your arrival. Endangered species of animals are subject to CITES regulations. The importation and exportation of endangered species must be supported by the relevant CITES Certificate.

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