Beautiful Tourist Places to Visit in Bermuda, America

Beautiful Tourist Places to Visit in Bermuda, America

Bermuda is an island and a British Overseas Territory placed in the North Atlantic Ocean and the capital of the country is Hamilton. Bermuda is spread over an area of 53.2 square kilometers (20.6 square miles) and low lying island consisting of 181 islands. Bermuda is divided into nine townships namely St. George’s, Hamilton, Smith’s, Devonshire, Pembroke, Paget, Warwick, Southampton and Sandys townships and international insurance companies are operating in Bermuda which is leading economy of the country followed by the tourism industry. Bermuda is located 650 miles from North California, 780 miles from South of Cape Sable Island and 1,050 miles from the north east of Miami and coordinates of Bermuda are 32.3333° N, 64.7500° W.


History of Bermuda:

Juan de Bermudez, a Spanish explorer founded the island in the year 1505 and the island was named after him who claimed the island for the Spanish Empire. Bermuda was uninhabited island and was a dangerous reef and was identified as the Island of Devils, due the loud noise at night from wild dogs. In the year 1610, a settlement was established on the island and since the year 1612 settlement in Bermuda began with the advent of ships. From the 17th century farming of tobacco was started in the country and agriculture in the country was taken over by shipbuilding and repainting of ships. American War of Independence changed revolution in the country and after the war various developments occurred in the country and early 20th century, Bermuda developed modern transportation and communication system and became renowned destinations for American, Canadian and British travelers.


Culture, Art, Music and Cuisine in Bermuda:

Bermuda has a diverse culture and due to the settlement of Native Americans, Spanish Caribbean, English, Irish, and Scots culture in the country and English is the official language of the country. Bermuda is influenced by West Indian music and dance and music are the integral part of the country. Bermuda serves unique cuisines which are salted codfish, boiled potatoes, shark hash, fish cakes, and there are many restaurants established in the country which serves traditional cuisines.


Places to Visit in Bermuda:

Bermuda Maritime Museum:

Bermuda Maritime Museum is placed on Pender Road in Royal Naval Dockyard in Hamilton, British Royal Navy shifted their head office from the Atlantic Fleet to Bermuda between the years 1812 to 1957, and the fortress were renovated by the Bermuda government from the development of tourism and shopping complex.


Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo:

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo are located in Flatts Village in Bermuda is one of the prime attractions of the country which has a collection of more than 300 birds, reptiles, and mammals and more than 200 species of birds.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse:

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse was established in the year 1846 is one of the oldest cast iron lighthouses in the world and tourists need to climb 180 steps to reach the top of the lighthouse which offers spectacular sights of the island and water.


Town of St. George:

Town of St. George is the oldest town in the country which was established by the British and streets has distinctive colonial architecture with fountains, gardens and squares, recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Other places to visit in Bermuda:

  • Bermuda Railway Trail
  • Spiceland Riding Centre
  • The Devil’s Hole Aquarium
  • Whale Bay Battery
  • Ocean View Golf Course
  • Belmont Hills Golf Course
  • Elbow Beach
  • Horseshoe Bay Beach
  • John Smith’s Bay Beach
  • Snorkel Park


Climate in Bermuda:

Bermuda is served by a humid subtropical climate with hot and humid climate during the summer and cool winter but during the summer the climate becomes cooler during night times due to water breezes.


How to Reach Bermuda?

The Bermuda International Airport is positioned at the distance of 9 miles from the center of the country which is one of the main airports in the country and has daily flights from Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto and Washington and a few other cities.

Sea route is the major way to transportation to the country and receives cruise ships from Baltimore, Boston, Bayonne, New York, Charleston, Norfolk, Miami, Ft Lauderdale, and Philadelphia during the summer season.

Bermuda is well connected through roads within the country and public transportation in the country includes bus, ferry and cycle and buses are connected to all the towns in the country.


Where to Stay in Bermuda?

Bermuda is visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year and hotels rooms in the country are designed with some of the exotic interiors with warm tropical woods and creams and corals and offers facilities like car rental, currency exchange, express check-in/checkout, luggage storage, garden, business center, dry cleaning, safety deposit box, VIP room and much more amenities. Some of the main hotels in Bermuda are listed here below:

  • Pink Beach Club, Bermuda
  • The Reefs, Bermuda
  • Rosewood Tucker’s Point, Bermuda
  • Pompano Beach Club, Bermuda
  • Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel
  • Fairmont Southampton Hotel
  • The Elbow Beach Club Resort
  • Grotto Bay Beach Resort
  • The Wyndham Bermuda Hotel
  • Cambridge Beaches Resort
  • 9 Beaches Resort

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