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Yo can go to Heaven, I’d rather Stay here! – Mark Twain

[aesop_content color=”#000000″ background=”#ffffff” columns=”2″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”left” floaterdirection=”up”]This is the paradise for Proper Fun, and we give a visual tour in this vivid account, showcasing some of the laughter, dancing, sports and food that make visitors smile. Bermuda sits off the coast of North Carolina, but is a British Territory with Caribbean ancestry. Join those worlds together and you have theisland of Bermuda, a place with British charm and Island soul. It calls like a newly forgotten song of childhood. Come and rediscover your youthful enchantments with this quick guide to loving life in Bermuda. From the perfectly splendid golf courses to high tea, from finely crafted jewelry to the leading edge of fashion, from the spas to the water sports, from the forts to the shorts, Bermuda has it all. Soak in a spa or take to the seas. Try a unique island dish: like Hoppin’ Johns, wahoo nuggets, or rum-flavored fish chowder. Sip a Dark N’ Stormy or a famous Rum Swizzle. If you are up for it, you can relax in a spa of the latter. Go cliff jumping in crystal clear waters, take a stroll along rose colored beaches or collapse into the soft bed of luxury.


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Things to Do in Bermuda

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[aesop_content color=”#000000″ background=”#ffffff” columns=”2″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”left” floaterdirection=”up”]In the Atlantic Ocean, about 1,000 kilometers east of North Carolina, Bermuda boasts a much milder climate than the Caribbean islands. This emerald archipelago is much loved for its pretty pink sand beaches, eye-popping blue water, and relaxed British character. Colorful colonial houses line the streets of Bermuda’s tidy capital, Hamilton, as well as the many quaint island villages with British-inspired names.

Reefs that sunk ships in Bermuda’s clear waters offer some of the best wreck diving in the Atlantic. Snorkeling, fishing, and sailing are also popular pursuits and many well-maintained hiking, biking, and bridle trails loop through the island’s nature reserves. Golfers also flock here from around the world. Thanks, in part, to its gentle summer temperatures, Bermuda has more golf courses per square kilometer than any other country in the world, many with sweeping ocean views.Bermuda is also known for its rich seafaring history. Over the centuries, many ships met their fate along the archipelago’s treacherous reefs. England claimed possession of the islands in 1609 after the English ship, Sea Venture, wrecked off the shores of historic St. George’s Island, now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Today, history buffs can explore Bermuda’s maritime history at the many forts and excellent museums around the islands.


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