Bermuda Destination Guide: An insider’s guide to the island

Bermuda isn’t perhaps the most popular destination for Europeans and Briton’s in particular, despite the fact it is the largest overseas territory of the United Kingdom. In fact many people incorrectly assume it is part of the Caribbean Islands, which are in fact much further south. Bermuda itself lies at a latitude of 32degrees N and is therefore just outside the Tropics regions and is indeed warmed by the Gulf Stream. In fact temperatures rarely drop below 20 degrees C even in winter, and the Island can be extremely humid in summer. Continue reading “Bermuda Destination Guide: An insider’s guide to the island” »