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24022020 RATES BERMUDA

Where can I use Bermudian Dollars?

The Bermudian Dollar is the official currency of Bermuda. The currency code for the Bermudian Dollar is BMD and it's abbreviated to BD$ to distinguish it from other dollar currencies. 

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How much spending money will I need for Bermuda?

The British Territory of Bermuda is one of the most expensive places to live in the world. As a corporate tax haven Bermuda plays host to a huge number of British and American businesses and this, coupled with its island economy, has dramatically increased costs.

Most travellers will find they need to make their Bermudian Dollars stretch as far as possible, but it’s not all bad: they’ll find themselves relaxing in luxury while they do it. 

Typical costs include:

  • Bottle of water: B$2.45/£1.86
  • Local coffee: B$5.46/£4.18
  • Imported beer: B$9/£6.88
  • Big Mac: B$12/£9.18
  • Three-course meal for 2: B$130/£99.42

Budget your Bermuda trip

If you’re looking for luxury you’ve come to the right place - Bermuda is a collection of islands that combines relaxing pink-sand beaches with buzzing city life.

Low budget

Medium budget 

High budget 

Overall budget (per day): BD$103.01 (£78) Overall budget (per day): BD$175 (£134) Overall budget (per day): BD$286 (£219)

Food, drink & accommodation in budget

  • Food and drink BD$95.51
  • Bottled water x1 large BD$2.51
  • Breakfast (for one) BD$10
  • Lunch (for one) BD$25
  • Dinner (for one) BD$40
  • Local beers x2 BD$18

Food, drink & accommodation in budget

  • Bottled water x2 large BD$5.02
  • Breakfast (for one) BD$15
  • Coffee BD$5.46
  • Lunch (for one): BD$30
  • Dinner, 3 courses (for one) BD$75
  • Local beers x2 BD$18

Food, drink & accommodation in budget

  • Bottled water x2 large
    BD$5.02
  • Breakfast (for one) BD$25
  • Coffee x2: BD$10.92
  • Lunch (for one): BD$35
  • Dinner, 3 courses (for one): BD$120
  • Bottle of wine BD$ 24
  • Cocktails x2 BD$18

Activities in budget

  • Walk round Walsingham Nature Reserve
    and Blue Hole Park: free!
  • Sea Express Ferry ticket BD$5
  • Entry to Gibb's Hill Lighthouse BD$2.5
  • Relax on Elbow Beach: free

Activities in budget

  • Fort St Catherine BD$7
  • Sea Express Ferry ticket x2 BD$10
  • Entry to Bermuda Aquarium BD$10
  • Relax on Elbow Beach: free

Activities in budget

  • Entry to crystal cave BD$22
  • Fort St Catherine BD$7
  • Sea Express Ferry ticket x2 BD$10
  • Entry to Bermuda Aquarium BD$1

 

In the capital of Hamilton you’ll find shops, restaurants and an energetic nightlife fuelled by the island’s world-renowned rum swizzlers. For a dose of history, head to Fort St Catherine and find out what Bermuda was like in the 1600s, or explore the oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world at Gibbs’ Hill Lighthouse

Bermuda hit the headlines in 2017 when the Paradise Papers, a cache of documents relating to millions of tax avoidance investments, were leaked to the press. According to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the highest number of these were located in Bermuda.  

You’ll always be a stone’s throw from some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches in Bermuda. They can get busy, especially when cruiseliners come by, so it’s best to seek out hidden gems like Elbow Beach. The key spots are all accessible from the Sea Express Ferry, which zips around the island. 

In the north you’ll find Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve, where you won’t just see stunning views but rare plants and wildlife too: it’s home to the globally-threatened Bermuda Cedar and is the breeding-ground for the entire world population of the Bermuda Petrel.

24022020 DENOMINATIONS

What denominations do Bermudian Dollars come in?

Bermuda Dollars come in the following note and coin denominations:

Banknotes
$2, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100

Coins
1, 5, 10, 25, 50 cents and $1 

Buy Back

Leftover Bermudian Dollars?

No problem. We'll buy back any Bermudian Dollars you have leftover at excellent rates, leaving you with more cash in your pocket (and a tidier desk drawer).

We will buy back up to GBP300 worth of currency per order, as per our terms and conditions.

To request a buy back, email [email protected] with your order number. 

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