Bermuda is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom located in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a small archipelago comprising about 138 islands, with a total population of around 65,000 people.
The majority of Bermuda’s population is of African descent, with smaller numbers of people of European, Asian, and mixed ancestry. The island’s culture is a blend of African, European, and Caribbean influences, reflected in its music, art, food, and customs.
Bermuda is home to a diverse population of people from all walks of life, including locals (also known as Bermudians), expatriates (people from other countries who live and work in Bermuda), and tourists. The island is a popular destination for tourists, who come to enjoy its beautiful beaches, warm weather, and rich cultural heritage. Bermuda is also a financial hub and a popular place to live and work for people in the insurance and banking industries.