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Known for its beautiful pink sand beaches and crystal-blue water, Bermuda is perfect for relaxing in the sand, surrounded by the most beautiful sparkling colors. Bustling with an array of flora and fauna, Bermuda is a melting pot due to years of various cultural influences. With a handful of shipwrecks and coral reefs offshore, it is an ideal place for the traveler who wants to take the plunge and explore the mysterious treasures of the island’s coastal waters. Visit The Bermuda Maritime Museum or the Crystal Caves for more unforgettable memories.

Is Bermuda a good golf destination?

Absolutely. This tiny island boasts seven different golf courses! With breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, these courses are a “must” for any golf enthusiast looking for an island getaway.

When should I go? Is the temperature the same as in the Caribbean?

Even though it is an island, Bermuda is actually quite different in seasonality and location than the rest of the Caribbean. It is located about 640 miles off the coast of North Carolina in the Atlantic Ocean. Because of this, Bermuda is a semi-tropical destination and is really only warm from May-September. Its climate is much more similar to that of the Southeast United States than to that of the much warmer Caribbean islands.

Are the shopping areas touristy?

There are several amazing shopping areas in Bermuda, rich with history and charm. One of our favorites is the Royal Naval Dockyard, which has been restored to its historic significance and now houses many shops and eateries. However, check with your Brownell advisor to see if the big cruise ships will be in port during your visit, as the masses descend on the Royal Naval Dockyard, and it can lose its charm. St. George’s is another quant shopping area, not far from the airport. Allow for more than a quick trip, as there is a lot to do and see! A stop at the Bermuda Perfumery (established in 1928) is a must.