Encircled by the majestic North Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is an island which comes under the official British territory. It is almost a thousand kilometers away from North Carolina and on its eastern dimension. Bermuda is known for its picture-perfect, pink-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. The weather here remains mild all year round. Bermuda has all the stars for its amazingly relaxing Britsih aura. Hamilton is the Island’s capital which is the most aesthetic, colorful houses-laden streets you will ever come across.
What are the best places to visit in Bermuda?
The waters of Bermuda are renowned for their notorious ship-wrecks. The first ruins discovered were of an English ship which dated back to 1609, and were found on St.George Island. This Island is enlisted as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Bermuda offers a diverse range of tourist attractions in the form of beaches, museums, caves, parks, and forts. Watersports in this region are well developed. Bermuda has a number of adventures waiting for you.
Visit Horseshoe Bay Beach
The pristine, light pink-tinged sand and the turquoise water of the Horseshoe Bay beach is a sight that is too hard to be real. But it is! This beach is the perfect picnic point and the best place to relax in Bermuda. The waters remain calm here throughout the year and lifeguards are perpetually on duty. The coastline has some great cafes and eateries that you should never miss out.
St. George’s Island
Bermuda was officially included in the British territory after the wrecks of an English ship named Sea Venture were discovered here in 1609. St.George is a Unesco world heritage site today. This island is a quaint town which is distinct because of its pretty, bright stone carved architecture. Hence, the streets are small and have the cutest English names such as the Old Maid’s lane.
St. Peter’s Church
Constructed in 1612, St.Peter’s Church is one of the most popular tourist points of the St.George’s Island. It is the most ancient church of Bermuda where you can travel. The architecture is eye-catching especially because of the red cedar altar of the church that has the finesse which is hard to find today. The church has tombstones of slaves which date back to centuries before.
The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo
Popularly known as BAMZ, the Bermuda Aquarium, museum and zoo has a wide variety of wildlife and aquatic species. They have been brought from their habitats in Australia, and Carribean. Some of these species are endangered and have been kept for breeding and conservation purposes. This is a great initiative for establishing a zoo. The aquarium has marine creatures which belong originally to the Bermuda waters. The museum has informative, visual displays and audios which tell the tales about the geology of Bermuda.
Crystal and Fantasy Caves
These caves are one of their kind. They lie at an altitude of 37 meters and comprise of a surreal lake and chromatic, natural crystal formations covering the whole of the interior. Even the roof has these colorful crystal patterns all over it. The top-notch lighting within these caves creates a spectacular view.