Bermuda Travel Guide
Bermuda lies north of the Caribbean, to the east of South Carolina. It is a self-governing British overseas territory and the last remains of British colonial empire in North America.
The island is actually a number of islands connected by road bridges which combines natural and cultural attractions with clean, safe beaches and tropical plant life.
The architecture is influenced by its colonial past with whitewashed cottages the occasional Gothic church tower and stately mansions. Giant fortresses, the remains of British Naval bases dominate the coastline.
The tranquil pink-sand beaches and secluded snorkeling spots lie throughout the island.