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    Capital City

    Hamilton

    Languages

    English

    Currency

    Bermudian Dollars (US Dollars also accepted)

    Time Difference (GMT) - 4 hours

    Climate & average temperatures

    Bermuda
    Months J F M A M J J A S O N D
    Temp °C 17 17 18 19 21 24 27 27 27 24 22 19
    Rain mm 132 103 115 83 90 147 114 152 145 180 131 130
    Airlines

    British Airways

    Flight time from UK

    7 hours

     
    Visa requirements

    Not with a UK passport

    Health requirements

    Contact your GP for information


    Bermuda Holidays

    Bermuda may just be a speck in the Atlantic Ocean but what a wondrous speck it is. It has it all; beaches, sports (land and sea), shopping and history. Bermuda holidays retain a quintessential and engaging charm of yesteryear, and this tropical retreat belies its boast of being one of the most advanced business centres of the world. This sometimes forgotten gem is an island paradise.

    Soft sand flecked with pink coral, warm azure waters and more golf courses per square mile than any other nation – this is Bermuda. Although this is the land of the fabled Bermuda Triangle, the only thing that will disappear in this paradise are visitors cares, as the warm welcome of the locals will enhance any stay. Brighten the day by going to Crow’s Lane where local legend Johnny Barnes man’s his morning post between 4am-10am waving and blowing kisses to all who pass.

    Only 35 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide (at its widest point) Bermuda is actually an archipelago of 140 islands. Its status as the oldest British colony is emphasised in the naming of its nine parishes after the great English gentlemen adventurers in the court of Elizabeth and later James I, who helped colonise Bermuda. One can wind through Devonshire, Southampton and Warwick while admiring the stunning flora along the way. Get around by taxi, bus or by hiring one of the mopeds which populate the islands as the preferred mode of t.....

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    Bermuda Holidays

    Bermuda may just be a speck in the Atlantic Ocean but what a wondrous speck it is. It has it all; beaches, sports (land and sea), shopping and history. Bermuda holidays retain a quintessential and engaging charm of yesteryear, and this tropical retreat belies its boast of being one of the most advanced business centres of the world. This sometimes forgotten gem is an island paradise.

    Soft sand flecked with pink coral, warm azure waters and more golf courses per square mile than any other nation – this is Bermuda. Although this is the land of the fabled Bermuda Triangle, the only thing that will disappear in this paradise are visitors cares, as the warm welcome of the locals will enhance any stay. Brighten the day by going to Crow’s Lane where local legend Johnny Barnes man’s his morning post between 4am-10am waving and blowing kisses to all who pass.

    Only 35 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide (at its widest point) Bermuda is actually an archipelago of 140 islands. Its status as the oldest British colony is emphasised in the naming of its nine parishes after the great English gentlemen adventurers in the court of Elizabeth and later James I, who helped colonise Bermuda. One can wind through Devonshire, Southampton and Warwick while admiring the stunning flora along the way. Get around by taxi, bus or by hiring one of the mopeds which populate the islands as the preferred mode of transport - making sure not to break the speed limit of only 35kph of course.

    The multitude of coral that surrounds its shores is a haven for divers, plus it is studded with more than 500 shipwrecks to explore. Bermuda hosts the usual water sports as well as the more unusual caving, helmet diving, Boston Whalers, spear fishing and power boat racing (periodically).

    Of the eight golf courses in Bermuda five are public and Port Royal Golf Course, within this rank, is currently home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, plus classed as one of the best courses in the world. There is a reason the best sports facilities in over 100 countries use Bermuda grass and here they just call it ‘grass’.

    In Bermuda visitors can do as much or as little as they please. Relax on the pink sands of south shore beaches while drinking the local rum specialities of Dark & Stormy or Rum Swizzle, or enjoy one of the many sites and attractions the islands have to offer such as the Royal Naval Dockyard, the Crystal and Fantasy Caves or the fine shopping on the harbour-facing Front Street in the capital town of Hamilton.

    This is a place of thriving culture, rich history, exceptional restaurants, outstanding beaches and is nirvana for the soul.

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    Key features of this accommodation...

    rosewood tuckers point
    Superb hotel with sumptuous accommodation and championship golf course overlooking Castle Harbour
    88 rooms & suites, Kids club 4-12yrs (summer only), 4 tennis courts & 1 golf course

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