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Review: Bermuda



Great time to visit out of season

  • By SilverTraveller Netedgar

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  • December 2015
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If you want to visit this beautiful island go in early December when it is cheaper and quieter. FLY to New York and stopover for a couple of days to admire the Xmas lights and fabulous window displays and then in 2 down with Jetblue who do a great package of flight and hotel.

The beaches are deserted but it is still pleasantly warm. The flora and fauna is still glorious as is the pink sand on the beaches and the aqua sea.
Visit the old Dockyard with quaint craft shops and cafes and St George’s old town… easily reached with any of the islands pink and blue uses, the fantasy and Crystal Caves are beautiful. Take a trip to Gibbs Lighthouse and climb to the top and admire a fabulous views of these delight islands which make up Bermuda. Go to Swizzle Inn and test their infamous Rum Swizzle… which is like rocket fuel.

Take the ferry from Hamilton the capital over to the Dockyard.

The beautiful quaint lime washed cottages painted in sugar coated colours, through ocean, beaches… all in a small package of this tiny but quaint island.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 3 Comment(s)

  • tiddles12
    over 3 years ago
    I love your review- sounds lovely. Can you be a bit more specific with the temperature?
  • sandra_42
    over 3 years ago
    What was the weather like? I have read that it's not that warm between November and March.
  • ESW
    over 3 years ago
    Did you organise this yourself, or did you go on a package?