Bermuda

Bermuda

Capital - Hamilton
Population - 65,365
Area - 53 km²
Density - 1233.3 / km²
Currency - BMD
Official language - English
The Bermuda triangle is located off the South-Eastern coast of United States in the Atlantic Ocean. The area is bounded by Miami (in Florida, USA), San Juan (in Puerto Rico), and the north-Atlantic island Bermuda. Bermuda is justifiably famous for pink-sand beaches, beautiful blue water, and kelly-green golf courses. Because of its colorful past, this small sliver of land also has a surprising number of historic sites. In addition to countless quaint old cottages, it's said to have the oldest continually inhabited town of English origin in the Western Hemisphere and - because of its strategic Atlantic location - more forts per square mile than any other place on earth. The most beautiful places on the island are the Somerset Bridge, the Crystal and Fantasy Caves, the King's Wharf Bermuda, the Bermuda Maritime Museum, the St. Peter's Church - believed to be the oldest Anglican Church in the Western Hemisphere, and Gibbs Hill Lighthouse - the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world.

Bermuda Reef Explorer

Bermuda is a little bit of Heaven. With pink-sand beaches, interesting pink architecture and friendly people, Bermuda is an ideal destination for a family vacation, honeymoon or even a weekend holiday.One of the must-do activities in Bermuda is to explore the amazing reefs that surround the island. A tour on…
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