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As a visitor to Bermuda what am I allowed to bring with me?

A visitor is allowed to bring with them their personal effects, for example your cell phone, iPod, golf clubs, camera etc, and not pay duty on them.

If you are a visitor you are entitled to a $30.00 gift allowance. Should you bring in any consumable goods (e.g. food) or anything that will remain in Bermuda. Most items are subject to 25% duty.

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