Romantic Bermuda vacation

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Bermuda vacations are very popular with couples since it has a subtropical climate, beaches with pink sand, and is surrounded by cerulean blue ocean waters.

Although commonly referred to in the singular, the territory consists of approximately 138 islands, with a total area of 53.3 square kilometers (20.6 sq mi). Compiling a list of these islands is often complicated, as many have more than one name


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Top Most Romantic things to do on your Bermuda Vacations

The reefs that encircle this romantic island some 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina have trashed hundred of vessels . Today that translates to the most spectacular and accessible wreck diving in the world. Most of the boats, or what is left of them, are resting no more than 50 feet deep on the vibrant coral beds.

Scuba divers can explore numerous wrecks and coral reefs in relatively shallow water (typically 30–40 ft/9–12 m in depth) with virtually unlimited visibility. Many nearby reefs are readily accessible from shore by snorkellers, especially at Church Bay.

Book a dive/stay package on your Bermuda vacations at the shell-pink 74-room Pompano Beach Club on the Southwest coast or, at the more casual 9 Beaches. The latter is a collection of canvas-sided cabanas, the best of which are directly over the water and glass floors (Plexiglas panels in the floor).


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Bermuda vacations - Visit historic St. George's:

- a designated World Heritage Site and renowned for its pink sand beaches and natural beauty.

It boasts small winding streets with typical British Colonial architecture with fountains, gardens and squares, cobbled streets and plazas.


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When on your Bermuda vacations visit Crystal and fantasy Caves - A silent world of delicate splendor that started 30 million years ago. Visit magnificent crystal stalactites and stalagmites surrounding a clear lake of 55 feet deep. Floating pontoon pathways span a large 55 feet deep azure blue underground lake and many formations on the bottom are clearly visible.



Botanical Gardens in Paget is a great place to visit on your Bermuda vacations. The 35 - acre landscaped park contains hundreds of clearly identified flowers, shrubs and trees, including a vast collection of subtropical fruit, hibiscus, an aviary, banyan trees and a garden for the blind. A good way to see the expanse of gardens is to take the walking tour, which lasts for 90 minutes and stretches from the Point Finger Road, to Berry Hill and the South Shore Road.


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The Royal Naval Dockyard at the tip of Ireland Island is a magnificent preservation of British history and dates back to 1809.The magnificent buildings now house a shopping mall, a craft market, an arts centre and restaurants. The Bermuda Maritime Museum occupies the Dockyard keep and has many interesting exhibits, which interpret the Royal Naval Dockyard and the fortifications and weapons, which protect it.


The Devil’s Hole Aquarium

bermuda-vacation-romantic-sunset Bermuda vacations - Lighthouses:
Gibb's Hill Lighthouse & St. David's Lighthouse
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St. David's Lighthouse is a famous 100 year old Lighthouse and a landmark on Bermuda's east end. Honored as the 2004 Winner’s Choice by Harbour Lights Lighthouses.



One of the best ways to see Bermuda is on the government protected Bermuda Railway Trail . The trail closely follows the old Bermuda Railway, in operation from 1931 to the mid 40s and stretches 22 miles from St. George's to Somerset. There were 44 stations along the Railway, some still standing. The trail is not overly strenuous so everyone can enjoy the pathways and the Trail can be walked in segments. ‘Tribe Roads’ which typically are perpendicular to the Railway, access the South Shore, Hamilton Harbour and North Shore.


More romantic things to do on your Bermuda vacations - Sailing, fishing, and equestrian sports are popular with both residents and visitors alike. The prestigious Newport-Bermuda Yacht Race is a more than 100-year old tradition.


Bermuda Climate

The best time to visit Bermuda is from Spring through to Autumn. Bermuda has a sub-tropical climate, pink beaches, and cerulean blue oceans. The climate is humid and, as a result, the summertime heat index can be high. Winters are mild, although the occasional Atlantic winter storms can produce powerful winds and heavy rain. The Bermudas are not actually in the Caribbean Sea and has a different climate. It is much farther north, but the warm waters of the Gulf Stream help give it a quasi-tropical atmosphere.


Getting to Bermuda

Traveling from the US is very easy since its located off the East coast of the United States about 1,100 mi northeast of Miami, Florida.


Bermuda International Airport

There are daily flights from Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto and Washington, together with less frequent flights from other US and Canadian cities. British Airways fly from London (Gatwick) to Bermuda.


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Bermuda receives many visits from cruise ships during the summer months, with most ships operating from the ports of Baltimore, Boston, Bayonne, New York, Norfolk, Miami/Ft Lauderdale, and Philadelphia on the eastern seaboard of the United States.

There are three different locations cruise ships may stop at in Bermuda, and some vessels visit more than one of these in a single cruise:

Hamilton - Cruise ships berth here alongside Front Street, one of the main streets of Bermuda's capital.

Saint George - Cruise ships berth near the main square of the small town and historic former capital.

The Dockyard - This berth is situated in the historic naval dockyard complex at the extreme 'western' end of the island beyond Somerset. This is currently the only location in Bermuda that can accommodate the largest of cruise ships.

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