Bermuda is a small island in the North Atlantic Ocean and a British Overseas Territory. The island is surrounded by the sea and is a very developed area economically. It is also said to be a popular tourist destination for celebrities who visit many tourists from the United States and other countries. Although it is the capital city, it is a very small island that can be explored in half a day, so walking is enough for transportation.
- Sightseeing Spot 1 : Horseshoe Bay
- Sightseeing Spot 2 : Crystal and Fantasy Caves
- Sightseeing Spot 3 : Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse
- Sightseeing Spot 4 : Dolphin Quest
- Sightseeing Spot 5 : Bermuda Aquarium & Zoo
- Sightseeing Spot 6 : St George
- Sightseeing Spot 7 : Tobacco Bay
- Sightseeing Spot 8 : Fort St. Catherine
- Sightseeing Spot 9 : King’s Square
Bermuda is an island located in the eastern part of the United States.
Bermuda is an island discovered by Europeans around 1500. But this island was uninhabited for a long time. In the 1600s, the British began to settle and build the town. Due to its closer proximity to the United States than the United Kingdom, the island has strong ties with the United States and is visited by many Americans every year.
Bermuda has warmer months throughout the year. It gets a little cooler from November to March. Temperatures range from 15°C to 30°C throughout the year.
Bermuda is a British colony and many people speak English.
Bermuda is very safe because of its economic development. The point to note is that tourists are easy targets and pickpockets are very common.
Bermuda is known as one of the best resort destinations in the Caribbean. Therefore, tourism is very popular. It is also known as a tax haven land, and many people migrate to avoid tax.
Most of the inhabitants consist of blacks. The rest are made up of European immigrants.
Most of the inhabitants are Protestants. The rest are minority Catholics.
Bermuda dollar is used.
Sightseeing Spot 1 : Horseshoe Bay
The beach is located about 30 minutes away from Hamilton. Many tourists come here to enjoy swimming. It is a very popular place because it has a restroom.
Sightseeing Spot 2 : Crystal and Fantasy Caves
It is said to be the biggest tourist attraction in Bermuda. This cave was discovered more than 100 years ago and is very popular for its crystal clear underground water.
Sightseeing Spot 3 : Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse
The lighthouse was built in 1844. If you go up to the hill, you can see the whole island. There is also a gift shop, so you can buy souvenirs.
Sightseeing Spot 4 : Dolphin Quest
A facility where you can interact with real dolphins. Swim with and feed the dolphins. It’s safe because the trainer will teach you in detail how to handle the dolphins.
Sightseeing Spot 5 : Bermuda Aquarium & Zoo
The center of Bermuda is the aquarium and zoo. You can meet rare animals because you can see animals unique to the Caribbean Sea and endangered species.
Sightseeing Spot 6 : St George
It is a British World Heritage Site registered in 2000. The city of St. George was founded in 1612. The pure white limestone houses are still lined up, creating a beautiful atmosphere.
Sightseeing Spot 7 : Tobacco Bay
The beach is within walking distance from the city. It is a very popular snorkeling spot due to its highly transparent beach. There are also restaurants and cafes in the surrounding area.
Sightseeing Spot 8 : Fort St. Catherine
A British fort on the northernmost tip of the island. It is a spot where you can see valuable materials such as cannons of the time. And not only that, it is also known for its beautiful views.
Sightseeing Spot 9 : King’s Square
It is a square that spreads around the city hall, and a lot of people are walking. Lined with shops, cafes, and other shops, it is a lively area. The colorful streets are very beautiful.
Bermuda has a wide range of accommodation options. Bermuda International Airport is the closest. You can book flights and accommodation from the link below. Other languages are also supported.