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Bermuda Travel Planning & Travel Tips:
Embassy Contact Information: U.S. citizens may register with the Consular Section of the U.S. Consulate General located at Crown Hill, 16 Middle Road, Devonshire DV03, telephone 1-441-295-1342, where they may also obtain updated information on travel and security in Bermuda. Office hours for American Citizens Services are 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday, except Bermudian and U.S. holidays. American citizens in need of after-hours emergency assistance may call the duty officer at telephone 1-441-235-3828.
Climate: Winters and summers are more clearly defined in Bermuda than in the Caribbean. The highs in summer (May-November) usually hover around the 70s-80s F/23-27 C, with 70%-84% humidity. It's hottest July-September January and February too chilly for the beach, but golf and tennis can still be good. December-March are in the 60s and low 70s F/15-22 C, often accompanied by rain and wind. Take along a sweater for evenings year-round. Expect the weather to flip-flop a lot from mid November to December and from late March through April. Hurricanes-they're rare-are most likely to occur around September.
Calling Internationally: Worldwide direct-dial phone, fax, and cable service is available at the Cable & Wireless Office, 12 Burnaby St., Hamilton, opposite City Hall (tel. 441/297-7022). Hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Prepaid phone cards may be purchased and used island-wide, and calling cards may be used from selected call boxes.
Electricity: Electricity in Bermuda is 110 volts AC (60 cycles). American appliances are compatible without converters or adapters. Visitors from the United Kingdom or other parts of Europe need to bring a converter.
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