Updated on: November 16, 2019
The relaxation that couples can find here for their first vacation together is perhaps what makes Bermuda one of the best honeymoon destinations in the world.
Bermuda is nothing short of paradise for honeymooners. It is a British-owned island territory yet sits just 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina. The island is comprised of over 150 islets and small islands in the mid-Atlantic.
It is most famous for the beaches adorned with pink sand such as the Horseshoe Bay and the Elbow Beach. The Royal Naval Dockyard Complex of Bermuda fuses modern attractions such as the Dolphin Question with the history of Maritime at the National Museum of Bermuda.
The island is distinctly known for its cultural blend of the American and British traditions as is most evident in its capital, Hamilton. The most popular foods of Bermuda include Fish chowder, Rum cake, fresh fish, and Bailey’s ice cream among others.
Best Time to Visit Bermuda
The best months to honeymoon in Bermuda are March and April, when the average weather is pleasant enough for bathing on the beach but at the same time not too hot to make swimming a challenge.
The prices remain relatively low during these months as compared to the months from May to October, which are the busiest months of the year.
Bermuda, unlike the Caribbean, is relatively cooler during the winter season. The low season months will help you bet the best discounts at hotels and encounter lesser crowds and all the top attractions.
Weather in Bermuda
Climatically, Bermuda remains Sub tropical, due to the close proximity of the Gulf Stream’s warm water. The average high temperature of the whole years maintains a record of around 76 degrees Fahrenheit. The average low temperature maintains an annual record of 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
Bermuda never experiences ice, snow, or even frosting in the island.
Top Things to Do on a Bermuda Honeymoon
While in Bermuda, here is what you just cannot miss experiencing with your spouse:
- Behold the wondrous beauty of the Horseshoe Bay
- Experience the bustling and stimulating energy of Hamilton the capital
- Go hiking through the railway trail
- Try a round of golf
- Explore underground at the Crystal and Fantasy Caves
- Don’t miss the best fusion food at the island’s Mad Hatters
- Explore St. George’s, the unfinished Church
- Tour the Royal Naval Dockyard
- Sip an afternoon tea under the lighthouse at Gib’s Hill
How to Get to Bermuda
The flight from the United States to Bermuda is extremely easy. Most East Coast destinations to Bermuda takes an approximate of two hours, which include Baltimore, Raleigh / Durham, New York, and Boston. Flights from Atlanta take approximately two and a half hours and less than three hours from Toronto.
From Europe, the flight from London, England to Bermuda takes approximately seven hours.