Bermuda is the Atlantic's very own island paradise, with pink sand beaches, a semitropical climate, and a distinct British culture.
With beaches characterised by their unique pink-tinted sand, glassy turquoise water, and swaying palm trees, Bermuda is ideal for a luxurious beach getaway, its balmy climate and laid-back culture perfect for both families and couples alike. Comprised of over 180 islets in the Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is a brilliant destination for snorkelling and scuba diving, its coral reefs, shallow waters, submerged caves, and countless shipwrecks home to a spectacular array of marine life, including parrot fish, sea turtles, and dolphins. In March and April, travellers to the island will have the opportunity of witnessing up to 10,000 migratory humpback whales in Bermuda’s waters as they travel to the Arctic in search of better feeding grounds.
With a selection of boutique beachfront hotel and resorts, a luxury holiday in Bermuda could see you unwinding in a luxurious spa or swimming pool, playing golf on one of the island’s award-winning courses, or visiting one of the many beaches, including the celebrated Horseshoe Bay. A British Overseas Territory, soak up the British and American influences in the capital, Hamilton, with brightly-coloured colonial buildings, high-end shops and restaurants, and a collection of fascinating museums.
Located approximately 600 miles of the USA mainland, Bermuda benefits from short flights to cities such as New York, Boston, and Toronto, making this an ideal destination to combine with a USA or Canada holiday.
The best time to visit Bermuda is between the months of April to August, when the weather is warm and sunny. September and October are considered to be the wettest months, so travel here is best avoided during this time.
The best time to visit Bermuda is between the months of April to August, when the weather is warm and sunny. September and October are considered to be the wettest months, so travel here is best avoided during this time for those looking for a beach holiday.
The first English settlement on Bermuda - originally called 'New London' -, St George's is a historic town that was granted UNESCO World Heritage Status in 2000. Characterised by its historic buildings, narrow alleys, and colonial King's Square, spend an afternoon exploring the quaint streets of this delightful town, visiting the Tucker House Museum, 18th-century town hall, and Fort Victoria.
One of Bermuda's most iconic beaches, Horseshoe Bay is characterised by its long, curving stretch of pink sand and crystal-clear turquoise water. The beach is a must-see on a holiday to Bermuda, and is an ideal location for swimming and snorkelling.
One of Bermuda's most spectacular attractions, Crystal & Fantasy Caves are a series of underground cave networks, comprised of a series of azure pools and pointed crystal formations. Formed during the Pleistocene Ice Age, the caves were only discovered in the early 1900s, and have since fascinated all visitors to Bermuda.
The Capital City of Bermuda, Hamilton is known for its laid-back culture, bright colonial buildings, and picturesque harbour. There is plenty to see and do in this vibrant city, such as visiting the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, the Bermuda National Gallery, and the city's beautiful Botanical Gardens, spread across 36 acres.
One of the best snorkelling sites in Bermuda, Tobacco Bay is situated in the far north of the island, close to the town of St George's and with a beautiful Atlantic coastline. With crystal-clear, shallow waters and unusual rock formations, the area is home to a wealth of marine life, including blue parrotfish and angelfish.
Best Time To Travel:
April - August
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