Bright and colorful, Bermuda is a beautiful country with a rich culture and heritage. From pretty pink beaches to glassy cerulean pools, Bermuda has so much to offer.
Far off the coast of the eastern United States, Bermuda is in a world of its own in the cool Atlantic. Grouped closely together are 181 separate islands around one main landmass. Formed by volcanoes, the island system boasts 64 miles (103 km) of coastline.
Officially a British Overseas Territory, Bermuda has a great deal of the conveniences Westerners have come to rely upon. Tourism has recently kicked off in Bermuda, and life is good on the island.
World-famous Bermuda pink-sand beaches beckon après dive. After spending a long day out on the water and at the beach, head inland to check out some of the architectural wonders of Bermuda. There are churches and lighthouses on pink sand beaches, as well as incredible museums to discover. Try visiting Fort St. Catherine or Gibbs Hill lighthouse. Another option for whiling away a surface interval is the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, where state-of-the-art exhibits explore ocean interaction and allow virtual visits to coral reefs around the world.
The island’s main airport is the L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA). Although coming to the island via airplane is a breeze, many cruise ships come into dock every day. Once on the island, taxis or small boats are available to get you to your destination.
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