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Knowing about the Bermuda Island

Bermuda is a beautiful archipelago with 181 islands present in the North Atlantic Ocean. This is a British Overseas Territory located off the east coast of North America. The largest and the main island of Bermuda is a paradise on earth with pink sand beaches and calm blue seas. You can enjoy your vacation in these beaches swimming, diving, sailing, and fishing. Know more about the Bermuda Island to plan your trip to this wonderful place.

Bermuda has a valuable maritime history. This place was discovered by Juan de Bermudez a Spanish sea captain in 1503. The term Bermuda was derived from his name. He claimed the islands for the Spanish empire. Later in 1707, the place became a part of the British colony.

In Bermuda you will not find neon lights advertisement. Also, the shops remain closed on Sundays. People have conservative British attitude. All this may seem bizarre, but this place is a wonder if you want to see sights and spend time with family in safe and clean beaches and parks.

The temperature of Bermuda is quite pleasant. In winters you will find mild weather. The average minimum night temperature is 15 degree Celsius in December and January. The temperature is high in July and August and may be hit by hurricanes. Generally hurricanes arrive during June to November. You need to check the arrival of storm from Most hotels provide money-back guarantee if a storm come near during their customer’s stay. The day-time maximum average temperature is 27 degree Celsius that is prevalent in May and June.

The main sporting events in Bermuda are sailing race, PGA Grand Slam of Golf, and Cup Match Cricket Festival. Sports lover can visit this place during the sporting events and can gain new experience of watching and participating in any sports of their choice. These sports have fixed occurrence period. Sailing race will occur in the month of June, while Cricket event occurs in August.

To reach to Bermuda you can take flights from British Airways from London Gatwick to Bermuda International Airport starting at £649. There are many tour companies that provide packages to Bermuda. You can choose from Purely Bermuda, Prestige Holidays, and Classic Collection Holidays.

If you are thinking to rent a car then it is not possible in Bermuda, as tourists are not allowed to drive a car in this place. However, you can hire pedal bikes or scooters. You can also use public transport buses for traveling around Bermuda. There are 11 bus routes that ply pink buses with blue stripes. You can easily find these buses; most of them ply from Central Terminal, Hamilton. You can also travel in ferries that do not accept cash but allow passes, tickets, or tokens. Apart from these you can tour Bermuda using taxis.

While staying in Bermuda you need to follow some laws and etiquettes. You cannot wear swimming dresses outside of beaches or swimming areas. It is offensive if you are found topless or in bathing clothes beyond beaches. Also, you cannot drink alcohol in public places as drinking is allowed only in licensed premises.

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