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Bermuda is made up of over 130 islands laid out in rough east west axis with the main islands connected together by road bridges. The islands have low hills with fertile valleys mixed with waterways. Bermuda has two municipalities the Capital Hamilton and the Town of St George in the north.


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Bermuda is an island off the East coast of the USA.  With ten principle islands connected by bridges, Bermuda and its sub tropical climate and cerulean blue ocean has a population of 62,472 people contained within the 50 square kilometers of land mass. Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory situated 1770 kilometers north east of Miami . Bermuda is the oldest of the British Overseas Territories and its per capita income is one of the highest throughout the world.

The major providers to the Bermuda economy are tourism and financial services. In 2005 Bermuda ranked as the world's highest GDP per capita. Bermuda offers a range of accommodation packages ranging from budget to luxurious which are all within close proximity to the pink sandy beaches.

Internationally renowned for the pink sand upon its beaches it is not only the beach environment that attracts visitors to the island. As a designated World Heritage Site scuba divers travel from all over the world to dive amongst the vast array of ship wrecks and coral reefs which are contained in the shallow coastline. Another attraction for visitors to Bermuda is the Crystal Caves which are dominated by stalactites and underground saltwater pools.

Travelling around Bermuda is somewhat harder than other Caribbean countries as there are no hire car facilities. However there is a quality public transport system and also scooters for hire which allow visitors to the island to explore all that is on offer. The Bermuda Government wishes to protect the natural environment and has placed ban on hire cars to reduce traffic and pollution upon the island.

Visitors to Bermuda are impressed by the cultural mix that the island has to offer. The culture of Bermuda has a mixture of American, Irish, Scottish, Spanish and African cultures which allows visitors a truly international experience. Bermuda has a diversified culture which is based on European influences with exposure to international infusion. Bermuda is the home of the International Film Festival each year which results in an influx of business and entertainment travelers.


Travelling to Bermuda is a pleasant experience and due to its Atlantic Ocean location is in close proximity to most European and American airports. Visitors are able to travel to Bermuda in under two hours from many airports including JFK International and Heathrow International airports. For visitors coming from further abroad a trip to Bermuda is a perfect opportunity to have a stay over in a European or American city before of after your Bermuda experience.

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One of the biggest events to attract visitors to Bermuda is the Music Festival. This year Bermuda celebrates the 13 th Annual Bermuda Music Festival and will house singers and bands such as: UB40, Alicia Keys, Lyfe Jennings and Aaron Neville. The festival will allow visitors to relax by the beach during the day whilst listening to the internationally acclaimed music stars of an evening.

Bermuda is often thought to be a Caribbean Island but is not in the Caribbean Sea and is farther north, 650 miles east of Cape Hatteras in the USA, gaining its tropical atmosphere from the Gulf Stream.

You don't have to travel far to find paradise. About 640 miles east-southeast of North Carolina, the island of Bermuda awaits.

Bermuda is a popular destination for honeymooners and families alike and is a major port of call for cruise ships. The pink sand beaches, turquoise waters, and rugged caves lure over half a million visitors to Bermuda each year, most of them from the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain.

Bermuda is a small island with only 64 miles of coastline and a population of less than 100,000, but what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in things to see and do.

Bermuda's top attractions include the Royal Navy Dockyard and Museum; the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo; the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute; the Botanical Gardens; the Crystal Caves; and the island's many lighthouses and military forts.

The island's capital, Hamilton, is a hub for business and shopping. Pastel-colored buildings front the picturesque harbor, and the town's 19 th -century neo-Gothic cathedral dominates the horizon.

The colonial town of St. George is the oldest surviving English New World town and bears the distinctive title of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors to St. George are enchanted by its cobblestone streets and 17 th -century buildings. Sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts are sure to be impressed with Bermuda's beaches and the variety of beach activities available on the island. Bermuda's hidden coves and secluded beaches are perfect spots for swimming, snorkeling, or scuba diving. Divers can explore a number of shipwrecks that speckle this part of the Atlantic, as well as some of the most majestic coral reefs. Other popular activities include swimming with dolphins, horseback riding along the beach, golfing, and bicycling.

Bermuda is a mix of cultures, including Native American, Spanish-Carribean, African, Irish, Scottish, Portuguese, and Jamaican. This hodgepodge of culture and traditions is best reflected in the island's food, music, and entertainment. Reggae, calypso, and jazz can be heard at several of Bermuda's nightclubs and bars.

There are no car rentals in Bermuda. Instead, visitors must rely on the island's public buses and ferries or hire a taxi. You can also rent a scooter or moped to get around the island, but the narrow roads can be a bit of a challenge if you don't have much experience on two wheels.

Bermuda accepts both local currency (the Bermuda dollar) as well as the U.S. dollar.

Bermuda has no rainy season and the warmest weather is in July, August and September but rarely rises 29 C. From mid-December to late March the average 21 C. Bermuda eGuide provides an Bermuda restaurant guide, details Bermuda attractions and Bermuda tours. Bermuda official eGuide is the primary source for Bermuda tourism information for Bermuda. For complete Bermuda Information please use the navigation on this page, the Bermuda site map or search box.

 
 
 
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