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Bermuda Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Bermuda Vacation Rentals

Bermuda enjoys a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and warm humid summers. The gulfstream winds bring warm weather in the summertime and keep the winters mild. Arctic storms that bring the rain in the winter months can make the temperatures get close to freezing. For the most part, Bermuda enjoys moderate weather most of the year.

Attractions near Bermuda Villas

Bermuda has a number of historical and natural attractions. The Royal Naval Dockyard located on the tip of Ireland Island is a tribute to British history and architecture. The structure dates back to 1809 and today, is Bermuda’s primary cruise port. The dockyard is easily accessible by ferries and one of the most visited tourist sites on the islands. Sections of the dockyard have been converted into shops which house an array of boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. A number of museums showcase age-old crafts and traditions such as glassblowing. From the dockyard, you can sign up for one of the famous dolphin swimming tours. Interacting with the dolphins is an unforgettable experience.

The nearby Snorkel Park Beach offers a wide range of water sport activities. Here, you can rent Jet Skis, or sign up for guided kayak and snorkeling trips. There are also a number of great restaurant that provide excellent dining opportunities. At the craft market in the Dockyard, you can find a wide variety of items. Spend an afternoon browsing the many colorful stores and see the artisans at work. You can find beautifully crafted Christmas decorations, glass ornaments and jewelry, candles, ceramics and paintings. For those with a historical interest, stop in at the Bermuda Maritime Museum and Commissioner’s House. You browse exhibits on ancient maritime navigation, the whaling industry, treasures from the sea and other interesting artifacts.

The Commissioners House is unique in design as well. The house is believed to be the first large cast iron building in the world, and the first building on the dockyard. It was mostly prefabricated and then joined together on site. The building has magnificent views over the bay and is luxuriously furnished. The banquet rooms are often hired out for events. More island treasures include the Crystal and Fantasy caves. These caves house magnificent stalactites and stalagmites, and large turquoise lagoons. Daily tours are conducted through the caves.

Getting to Bermuda Resort Rentals

Bermuda is easily accessible from the major eastern cities in the United States. The flights from New York City or Boston take approximately two hours. There are regularly scheduled flights from these two cities as well as from Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami, Baltimore and Toronto. If traveling from Europe, there are daily direct flights from London Gatwick Airport. Alternative ways of getting to Bermuda include by cruise ship or private yacht. There are many cruises from New York and Boston that stop in Bermuda en route to Europe. Private yachts stopping in Bermuda need to follow the proper immigration procedures and check in with port control upon arrival.

Visitors to Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Bermuda

Many visitors to Bermuda are attracted by the beautiful beaches, water sport activities and many hours of sunshine. In general, the islands have a relaxed vibe and are very welcoming of visitors. Those who have an interest in maritime history will find Bermuda’s museums and historical sites of great interest. Visitors who love the sea and spending time underwater can enjoy the many wrecks and reefs available for diving. If you enjoy sailing, Bermuda has many cruise and yachting options available to you.

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