As soon as you set foot on the island of Bermuda, you'll feel like you've entered a different world altogether. The scent of saltwater in the air, the warm tropical breeze, and the smiling faces of the locals all contribute to the feeling of being in a special place.
One of the most remarkable things about Bermuda is its location. Situated in the Gulf Stream, this small cluster of islands is almost equidistant from the East Coast of the United States and the Caribbean, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking a unique blend of cultures and traditions.
The seven main islands of Bermuda are all interconnected by bridges and causeways, allowing visitors to explore the islands with ease. And with over 170 additional islets and rocks to discover, there's no shortage of adventure to be had.
But perhaps the most striking feature of Bermuda is the coral reef that surrounds the islands. This natural barrier not only protects the island from the ravages of the sea, but also creates a stunning underwater world for divers and snorkelers to explore.
And despite its remote location, Bermuda is one of the safest places on Earth. Crime is almost non-existent, and the locals take great pride in maintaining their peaceful way of life.
But what really sets Bermuda apart is its people and their unique culture, having been settled by English colonists and migrants from a variety of backgrounds. This blending of cultures has created a vibrant and distinctive community, with a unique cuisine, music, dance, and art that reflect the island's diverse heritage. The island's cuisine, for example, reflects this cultural mix, with dishes ranging from traditional English fare to spicy Caribbean-inspired dishes. And the island's music, dance, and art are equally eclectic, with influences from all corners of the globe.
In short, Bermuda is a place like no other, a true gem of the Atlantic. With its warm climate, stunning natural beauty, and vibrant culture, it's a destination that will capture your heart and leave you wanting more. So why not come and discover this enchanting island paradise for yourself?
Did you know there are a number of Electric Cars for rent in Bermuda?
Is it a Fish Sandwich with Raisin Bread? Fish Chowder? Beef Pie with Mayonnaise? Codfish and Potatoes on a Sunday?
Rum Swizzle and Dark 'N' Stormy's top the local favorite cocktail list. Rum Swizzle is a blend of rum and fruit juices, while a Dark 'N' Stormy is made of Goslings Rum and Ginger Beer (Ginger Beer is non alcoholic).
Port Royal Course, 10 minutes up the road, hosts The PGA Bermuda Championship every year!
Have you swam in that Bermuda blue water? Crystal clear, vibrant and warm, this is an experience not to miss right off our beach. In addition, Bermuda hosts a thriving coral reef system and hundreds of shipwrecks around the island (we are The Wreck Diving Capital of the Atlantic).
Bermuda, a British Colony was settled in 1609, and played a key role in the colonization of North America. There are many stories to tell and learn about the course history and Bermuda's role in it. Carefully selected Bermudians can guide you through the island, especially the Old Town of St. George, Bermuda's first capital.
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