Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, located off the east coast of the United States. It is a group of low forming volcanoes located in the Atlantic Ocean. It has 64 miles of coastline. Bermuda is the northernmost point of the Bermuda Triangle, an area of ocean in which, according to folklore, a number of planes and ships have disappeared under unexplained circumstances. Although usually referred to in the singular, the territory consists of 181 islands. The largest island is Main Island, which is sometimes called Bermuda.
Bermuda has a sub-tropical climate, it is warmed by the nearby Gulf Stream which carry warm humid air eastwards over Bermuda, helping to keep their winters milder. The climate is humid and, temperatures can be high, but August temperatures seldom exceed 30 °C (86 °F). Winter is windy, with average daytime temperatures in January and February approx. 20 °C (68 °F). Bermuda is in the hurricane belt. Located along the Gulf Stream, it is often directly in the path of hurricanes and so it is best to avoid this time of year
The capital is Hamilton which is not only the capital of Bermuda it is its heart. A lovely harbour city with plenty to see and do. A colourful and vibrant city which is definitely worth a visit. Other sites are the Royal Navy Dockyard and Horseshoe Bay, with its pink sand.
If you are in to diving or snorkeling, then a Bermuda holiday is a great option for you. A land of ship wrecks where tragic stories abound. Bermuda has so many wrecks, they are literally piled on top of each other. In fact many Bermudians are descended from shipwreck survivors. A popular dive site is the Cristobal Colon, a 500 ft. Spanish luxury liner, the largest wreck to be found in Bermuda’s waters.
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