Bermuda Quick Travel Guide
With a travel rating of 52%, Bermuda is in many ways a world unto itself. Located at the eastern most point of the infamous Bermuda Triangle, it doesn't technically fit in with the Caribbean, even though some of its primary attributes, such as amazing beaches, would tend to make this an obvious fit. While technically a territory of the UK, most people would probably be surprised by the fact that this famous little island's closest neighbor is actually the USA - North Carolina to be exact. But any way you look at it, Bermuda definitely packs a punch as a top-notch travel destination. As mentioned, the beaches are amazing, providing an array of options for divers and snorkelers. It also hosts several world class cultural destinations such as the UNESCO-listed Colonial town of Georgetown and the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, which as the world's oldest cast iron lighthouse, has protected vessels headed to and from "the Triangle" for over a hundred years. So, regardless of what you may be looking for, Bermuda is bound to have something that will fit just right - just like a comfortable pair of Bermuda shorts.
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Return to where it all started with a visit to St. George's, Bermuda. This picturesque little town represents the first English settlement in the New World and carries this moniker with undeniable pride. A stroll through the his....
|Coordinates:||32 20 N, 64 45 W|
|Main Languages:||English, Portuguese|
|Government:||British overseas territory|
|Currency:||Bermudian Dollar (BMD)|
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- Location: Bermuda