Bermuda is an archipelago of 138 islands that are covered in pink, sandy beaches; specialty shopping; world-class cuisine; and beautiful golf courses. You might already have a list of tourist destinations and attractions to hit up during your visit, but don’t forget about the things you should avoid, too. Here are 15 things NOT to do in Bermuda.
1. Don’t Try to Rent a Car
If you’re hoping you’ll be able to rent a car to zip around one of the islands, you’ll be out of luck. Bermudan law makes it illegal to operate a car without a Bermudan driver’s license. The reason for the ban is there just isn’t enough room on the islands to accommodate both its residents and tourists’ vehicles.