Bermuda

Last updated: 24 December 2017
In the North Atlantic, Bermuda is a British island chain consisting of one hundred and eighty one islands. Lapped by the warm clear water of the Sargasso Sea, the islands are surrounded by reefs making them one of the most sought after diving destinations in the world.

With a history going back just five hundred years, the tiny island of Bermuda was not populated when discovered by Europeans. It is famous for its unusual pink beaches. Visitors are not permitted to drive cars but there are plenty of scooters available to rent.

BermudaHamilton is the capital city. Here you can play golf overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the aquarium, museum and zoo or the underground crystal caves where stalactites fall into turquoise pools of water on the ground below.

 

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