Lying off the coast of North America, Bermuda is some 500 miles north of the Caribbean islands. Being in such a isolation means that it avoids the overcrowding quite often associated with the popular islands of the Caribbean, but Bermuda has many hidden charms including the famous pink beaches, colonial warmth and crystal clear waters full of fish.
Away from the beaches and countryside, you can stroll the historic streets of the UNESCO heritage town of St George’s and contrast the quaint English afternoon teas and cricket matches..
When to go:
With no rainy season to speak of and consistently high temperatures, Bermuda is a year-round destination; visit from November to March when it’s a little cooler.