The Bermuda Hockey Federation (BHF) welcomes teams or clubs looking to visit the island to play Hockey to please contact us directly to discuss with us your interest and plans in playing hockey in Bermuda.
Bermuda is a small cosmopolitan island and we believe we can be of great assistance to you in regards the information you need in order to plan your trip.
Bermuda is an island that not only has a World Class Hockey Facility but is also proud to offer the following:
- An Extraordinarily pleasant climate
- Availability of other activities golf, water skiing, snorkeling, scuba diving, cycling to name but a few
- Picturesque beaches and dramatic scenery
- Excellent Night Life and Entertainment
For more information on incoming tours please contact:
Bermuda Hockey Federation, President
The below information should be useful in assisting to organize your hockey trip to the Island:
The Bermuda Hockey Federation Facilities:
The Bermuda Hockey Federation is delighted to have a World Class Hockey Training Facility. The water based Astroturf pitch is the first of its kind on the island and is of the highest quality available.
The hockey facility forms part of the Bermuda National Sports Center which is also home to 3 soccer pitches, an athletics facility, a cricket pavilion, swimming pool and rugby facilities. Changing rooms and shower facilities are also available.
Our facilities are located 5 mins outside of the city of Hamilton and are easily accessible via, bus, taxi, moped or on foot (about 20 mins).
Many large airlines fly direct from the United States, Canada and Europe to Bermuda.
Links for your convenience
Bermuda has accommodations to suit everyone’s needs and requirements from family run guest houses to large corporate Hotels.
Ground Transport Information:
Mopeds, Buses, taxis and ferries are the regular mode of transport for the average tourist that travels to Bermuda. You are unable to hire cars on the island.
For sports teams traveling to the island we recommended that you hire a Bus/ Mini- Bus for your transportation requirements.
The Bermuda Hockey Federation recommends Bermuda Hosts, Ltd for Bus/Mini- Bus hire. You can contact them on + 441-293-1334.
To get around the island for sight seeing excursions we would recommend the use of the Bermuda Public Bus and Ferry service. Reasonably priced daily and weekly vouchers can be purchased at the bus terminal in Hamilton.
Refer to the following website for Bus Fares, Bus Schedules, Ferry Fares and Ferry Fares.
Official Government Tourism Website www.bermudatourism.com
Contact Sport Tourism directly :- Daniel Johnson email@example.com
List of churches by denomination:
1 Bermuda dollar = 1 US dollar. In Bermuda you can use either American or Bermudian currency.
Sporting and Social Activities:
To learn about all the activities Bermuda has to offer we recommend you look through the following websites:
Bermuda is host to a large variety of restaurants which offer their customers dishes from around the world. There is a wide range of Italian, Mexican, Chinese, American, European restaurants throughout the island and prices can vary from low budget menus to those of the higher price range.
One chain of restaurants are: www.diningbermuda.com
Bermuda Weather Website:
Refer to www.weather.bm for all your weather information needs on Bermuda.
If traveling to Bermuda through the USA you need to check with your Embassy or the US Embassy what VISA requirements are needed.
Visa s are not required except for Nationals from the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Bulgaria, China (People s Republic of), Croatia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia (former), Georgia, Haiti, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kampuchea (Cambodia), Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Lebannon, Libya, Macedonia, Moldova, Morocco, Nigeria, North Korea, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Soviet Union (former), Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam (North & South), Yugoslavia (former), and Yugoslavia (Serbian Federal Republic of).
Note: any of the listed national who are permanent residents of the US or Canada holding a valid US Alien Registration Card or a valid proof of Canadian Landed Immigrant Status plus a valid passport, do not require a visa to enter Bermuda.
However, persons requiring visas to enter other countries on departure from Bermuda must be in possession of the respective visas or transmit visas prior to arrival in Bermuda. Visa s may be obtained from Visa section of a British Embassy or other British Foreign Service establishment abroad, i.e. a Consulate.
Effective January 8, 2007, new U.S. government regulations will require ALL TRAVELERS to the United States from Bermuda, including AMERICANS, BERMUDIANS, and CANADIANS, to travel with their passports.
Effective October 15, 2006, ALL US non-immigrant visa applications must be completed ONLINE .
See http://hamilton.usconsulate.gov for more information.
Any person wishing to play hockey in Bermuda is required to sign the following waiver.
Insert waiver here : BHF-Waiver-Form
Please fill out the attached sheet when submitting your queries to the Bermuda Hockey Federation on hockey to tours to the island.
We look forward to hearing from you
The Bermuda Hockey Federation