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Bermuda is a British overseas territory, which makes it an easy and unique archipelago holiday destination. During the time of colonization for what would become the United States, it was originally administered as part of the Virginia colony. It’s northerly location in the Atlantic Ocean makes visiting the series of 181 islands a wonderful experience. There is more than 100 kilometers of coastline to explore on this archipelago. Many of them offer beaches that are filled with pink sands, ocean waters that are blue, and relaxation opportunities that are perfectly suited to you. Despite its northerly location, the Gulf Stream comes right over the islands, giving it the feeling of a tropical destination.
Diving is a popular activity in Bermuda because of the shipping history around the islands. Its location was difficult for ancient mariners to detect, so there are numerous shipwrecks to explore. Coral reefs are also very accessible in shallow waters, often just 9 meters in depth. Snorkeling to enjoy the reefs is also possible at Church bay. Outside of the beaches and resorts, the Royal Naval Dockyard is the place to be in Bermuda. There is an aquarium, a zoo, and several lighthouses to explore as well.
Transportation does require planning ahead during a stay in Bermuda. Car rentals are not possible, but you can rent a scooter for private use. If you are looking for a unique island experience that has few barriers to traveling there, then Bermuda must be near the top of your list. Plan your stay here today and you will have an incredible time of relaxation.
Travel and vacation in Bermuda
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Official National Holidays
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Best of Bermuda
Whether you’re a beach lover, a history buff or just looking for a getaway spot that’s close by, Bermuda fits the bill perfectly. The 21-mile island is just a two-hour flight from most East Coast cities, but its pink sand beaches and charming pastel architecture will make you feel like you’re a world away. Outdoor fun, a busting capital city, and fascinating historic sites are all part of the Bermuda vacation experience. Be sure to take to the water to truly appreciate the beauty of the island: charter companies offer outings on sailboats, catamarans and yachts.
You’ll want to begin your Bermuda vacation at the beach, and the top pick is popular Horseshoe Bay, complete with a snack bar and adjoining Horseshoe Bay Beach has shallow, calm waters. Elbow Beach, located between two of the island’s larger resorts, has gentle waters that are good for families, but it’s also a very popular area. Less crowded options are Warwick Long Bay Beach and Jobson’s Cob Beach. Tobacco Bay in St. George’s is a prime snorkeling location. If you’d like to get off the beach and out on the water, Bermuda has a wide range of charter boat trips, including catamaran, yachts, and sailboat options.
Other island outdoor activates include golf; the Turtle Hill Golf Club and the Port Royal Golf Club are both known for their challenging courses and excellent scenery. Cycling, hiking, and bird watching, especially during the busy fall migration period, are other ways to experience the island’s beauty away from the beaches.
Families with children shouldn’t miss the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo – or BAMZ- centrally located in Hamilton. This fun center boasts of an impressive 140,000 gallon tank and the Crystal Caves, limestone caves that hold a subterranean lake and dramatic stalactites and stalagmites. Don’t miss out on Bermuda Fun Golf, a miniature golf course.
Bermuda’s top historic attractions include the National Museum of Bermuda at the Old Royal Naval Dockyard, which is filled with relics from Bermuda’s history and nautical past. Pay a visit to St. Peter’s Church and its historic cemetery, and Fort Hamilton, which has spectacular views and gardens.
Shopping is a must-do while in Bermuda. There’s no sales tax, good prices on jewelry and china, and many iconic Bermuda items, like the island’s famous knee-length shorts and wooden-handled handbags. Front Street and Reid Street in Hamilton and the Royal Dockyard area are top shopping sites.
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