Travelling to Bermuda

Bermuda is an island located in the North Atlantic that is famed both for its beauty and peaceful atmosphere. Owned by Britain, Bermuda offers an interesting blend of British and American culture whilst retaining its own uniqueness. The island is also famous for its pink-sanded beaches and crystal-clear waters that are perfect for swimming. It’s seen as something of a paradise, and has become an extremely popular destination for tourists.

Is it for me?
Bermuda has everything to offer to a tourist looking for experiences they won’t find anywhere else. Though not necessarily the place for revellers, it’s perfect for people that need to unwind and wash their stresses away.

Bermuda retains an old-fashioned way of life. All of the shops are close on a Sunday and advertising in the form of billboards aren’t allowed. Tourists can’t even drive on the island, so you’ll have to take public transport. However, there is a tranquillity and charm to Bermuda that is pretty irresistible for those of us that are feeling a bit burnt out and overloaded on information.

If you like the idea of a quiet, peaceful and civil atmosphere, then Bermuda is worth seeing.

When to go
As with any kind of travel it’s important to know what the weather might be like. Bermuda is not the sort of place where the sun blazes down on you in the summer; July and August are the hottest months, but generally the island is a place of warm breezes and temperate air.

Travellers should be aware that during July and August, the risk of storms and tornadoes increase and the temperatures can become uncomfortable. If you’re not a fan of humidity then this may not be the time for you to visit.

What to do
Bermuda has lots of different things for visitors to enjoy, from great shopping and dining to culture and sightseeing. You can take a variety of guided tours and see the natural beauty of the island, and of course there’s the beaches! As mentioned before, Bermuda is known for its pink sand beaches, and this is something everyone should make the effort to see.

Aside from that, there are stunning natural caves, including the incredible Crystal Caves. This is the one of the biggest cave systems on the island; visitors can take in the stalagmites and stalactites and walk over the underground lake.

Bermuda also regularly hosts sporting and seasonal events throughout the year, offering a diverse and fascinating range of things to do and enjoy. Even seasonal holidays in Bermuda are something special, and many people like to go there for Christmas. Either way, it’s a must-see for anyone looking for a unique way to unwind.

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