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With a national speed limit of 20 miles per hour, Bermuda is a seriously laid back holiday destination. Its unique blend of culture sits somewhere between British, American and Caribbean, and makes for a warm, welcoming destination where visitors can relax, explore and discover an abundance of fun activities.
Bermuda is made up of a series of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, connected by bridges. Its British heritage of has resulted in narrow, winding roads and pastel-hue cottages, creating a rather quaint feel. The UNSECO World Heritage Site of St George’s is Bermuda’s first permanent settling and makes for a pleasant day’s exploring.
The distinctive and exotic pink beaches are perfect for lazy days. Or for a little more action, tour the countryside and military landmarks by scooter.
Dolphin Quest gives children the rare chance to touch or even swim with the dolphins. For adrenalin-junkies, the water sports are perfect; high speed catamarans, water skiing, diving and parasailing are available.
Bermuda is a golfing paradise with more courses per square kilometre than any other location in the world. So, golfers of all levels can find the ideal challenge.
Many restaurants in Bermuda remain fairly formal, so do pack the appropriate attire fitting for elegant nights out.
British Airways direct from London Gatwick.
From London Gatwick to Bermuda: 7 hours 50 minutes.
British Airways upgrades start from as little as £1,235 per person, each way.
Capital : Hamilton
Language : English
Time Difference : -4 hours
Currency : Bermuda Dollar (exchange rate approx B$1.62 = £1)
Voltage : 110 volts
Foreign and Commonwealth and Visa Info: For up-to-date country information visit www.fco.gov.uk
Bermuda Tourist Office: For resort information visit www.gotobermuda.co.uk