Live the island life
There aren’t much more idyllic scenarios than enjoying a pink cocktail on one of Bermuda’s stunning pink beaches. This tiny country in the North Atlantic is perfect for expats looking to settle into the slow rhythms of island life.
Only 20 square miles in size and fringed by its famous pink beaches, the paradisiacal island nation of Bermuda is a beach lover’s dream. In fact, you’re never further than a mile from the ocean when in Bermuda. The country is a string of 138 small islands protected by spectacular coral reef, which make for unrivalled diving and snorkelling experiences.
A blend of British, Caribbean and American influences, the little more than 60,000-strong population is a colourful mix of people and cultures, and the locals are welcoming of foreigners. You can expect to work either in tourism or in the financial services industry in Bermuda. The cost of living is undeniably high, but Bermuda also benefits from one of the highest per capita incomes in the world. Regardless, the quality of life on this patch of paradise is worth every penny.