Bermuda is one of the world’s foremost holiday resorts because of the outstanding climate, the clear warm water and the high standard of living. Like the Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands, it naturally attracts water sports enthusiasts. It’s an excellent home for snorkelling, diving, sailing, surfing, jet-skiing, fishing and sea-kayaking enthusiasts.

On land, Bermuda is still a great place for the sporty. There are 8 golf courses, numerous tennis facilities and superb cricket, football, hockey, squash and rugby facilities.

Where other jurisdictions borrow from the US culture, Bermuda retains a very British feel. As you would expect from one of the world’s leading financial centres, there are plenty of high end restaurants, bars and clubs to choose from.

Public transport is excellent, including a regular ferry service, so it does not take long to move around the island. Scooters and mopeds are also a popular method of commute.

The quality of Bermuda’s school system is high and it is based on the British curriculum with both public and private options at your disposal.

Healthcare is excellent.