483149792591889 RACE WEEKEND - Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge


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Let us be the first to welcome you to Bermuda! From the moment you land on the island, there’s plenty to see and do. If you’re traveling to Bermuda from overseas for the Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge, we invite you to come a day early or stay a day after the race to enjoy all the island has to offer, from beautiful pink sand beaches and tropical vistas, to art museums and historic forts.

Don’t forget to check out the Bermuda’s Tourism Authority’s Things to Do in Bermuda website for a complete list of things to do before and after you participate in the Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge!

As of November 14, 2022, travel to Bermuda is easier than ever, as entry requirements are back to their pre-pandemic status. That means no pre-arrival or pre-departure COVID testing, and no travel authorisation forms. The only thing you need is your passport and a simple digital arrival card that can be completed in just a few minutes, up to a day in advance of your arrival on island.

Questions About Race Weekend?

Everything you need to know, from where number pickup is to turn-by-turn course directions for each of the races, can be found in the 2024 Official Event Programme! Click on the image above to access a digital version.

Everything You Need to Know to Get Here!

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L.F. Wade International Airport in Bermuda with text above that says "Travel"
A scenic view from partner hotels of Bermuda Triangle Challenge

Bermuda Triangle Challenge Events

Bermuda Triangle Challenge volunteers assisting runners at the Race Expo
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