Bermuda is about 1,000 miles north of the Caribbean in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a British Colony with a long maritime history, it presents a quite different atmosphere to the rest of the islands in the West Indies.
From London: 7 hours
Bermuda Dollar (US Dollar widely accepted)
No difference, same as UK
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Best time to visit: May to October
The Gulf Stream, which flows between Bermuda and North America, keeps the climate temperate. There’s no rainy season, and no typical month of excess rain. Showers may be heavy at times, but the skies clear quickly.
Being farther north in the Atlantic than The Bahamas, Bermuda is much cooler in winter. Springlike temperatures prevail from mid-December to late March, with the average temperature ranging from 60° to 70°F (16°-21°C). Water temperatures in winter are similar to air temperatures, ranging from about 66°F (19°C) in January to 75°F (24°C) through March.
From mid-November to mid-December and from late March to April, be prepared for unseasonable spurts of spring or summer weather.
In summer, the temperature rarely rises above 85°F (29°C) and there’s normally a lovely cool breeze in the evening. Water temperatures can be as high as 86°F (30°C) during the summer.
As a result, Bermuda’s off season is the exact opposite of that in the Caribbean. It begins in December and lasts until about March 1.
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