Incoming customs inspections are usually easy to pass through, but that doesn't mean agents are ignoring what goes in and out of the country.
Items brought for personal use generally do not cause problems for visitors, but large quantities can arouse suspicion in your inspector. Visitors to Bermuda are allowed to bring the following into the country duty-free:
Apparel and articles for personal use, including sports equipment and cameras
One quart of liquor
One quart of wine
Approximately 20 pounds of meat
U.S. citizens and residents who have been on Bermuda for a minimum of 48 hours are allowed to carry back into the United States the following quantities once every 30 days:
$800(USD) worth of merchandise, with a 4 percent flat rate duty on the next $1,000(USD) of purchases.
$100(USD) mailed gifts
Canadian citizens and residents are generally allowed to return with the following items; consult the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for more details:
$750(CDN) duty-free merchandise
One carton of cigarettes
One can of tobacco
Forty imperial ounces of liquor
Mailed gifts valued at less than $60(CDN) per day, no alcohol or tobacco
Those U.K. citizens and residents returning from a non E.U.-country are allowed the following:
250 grams of smoking tobacco
Two liters of still table wine
One liter of spirits or strong liqueurs
Two liters of fortified wine, sparkling wine, or other liqueurs
Sixty mL of perfume
250 mL of eau de toilette
£145(GBP) of other gifts
Any personal item that falls outside of the duty-free allowance will be charged a 35 percent customs duty.
Customs details are constantly changing. Check with local customs offices for up-to-date information.
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