Exquisite beaches, caves sparkling with lime formations, a rich history and vibrant nightlife are just a few of the things to look forward to on the Caribbean island of Bermuda. Bermuda is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and arguably the most stunning of these is Horseshoe Bay - a long, curved stretch of pinkish sand sheltered by natural cliffs and fringed by calm azure waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Don’t miss a trip to the Crystal and Fantasy Caves - a series of underground caverns permeated with glittering stalactites and stalagmites, and featuring deep, translucent underground pools. Apart from its natural attractions, Bermuda also has a plethora of entertainment and activity options, with lively bars, great restaurants, enticing shops and sporting opportunities.
Sub-tropical, with no wet season. The Gulf Stream, which flows between Bermuda and the North American continent, keeps the climate temperate. Change of seasons comes during mid November to mid December and from late March through to April, when spring or summer weather may occur and visitors should be prepared for both. Showers may be heavy at times but the skies usually clear quickly.
Summer temperatures prevail from May to mid October, with the warmest weather from July to September - this period is occasionally followed by high winds. Visitors should note that such high winds between 1 June and 30 November can (albeit rarely) turn into hurricanes and tropical storms. Since Bermuda is a small target, most storms brush by and only bring elevated surf.