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Presented by: Kristin McKeown Project 6 May 4, 2011 Click here to find out more about Bermuda!
Climate of Bermuda From May through October, are the warmest times of the year. During the winter the temperatures are usually around the low 60’s and high 50’s. Yet, it is humid all through out the year with occasional rainfall. - Average temperature: 75°F. - During the summer, the temperatures are in the 80’s, which makes the perfect time for my family and I to go there.
How to get to Bermuda In order to get to Bermuda, you can either take a cruise ship there or fly. My family and I would fly there, because it’s a little cheaper and faster. - Total mileage: 769 miles from New York to Bermuda. - Flight details: We would fly on Jet Blue from JFK directly to BDA both ways. The flight is 3 hours and 10 minutes. - Total cost for 7 people: $4, round trip.
Hotels in Bermuda Elbow Beach Hotel For two rooms, the price is $1440 per night Amenities available: pool, tennis courts, spa, fitness center, fine dining, beach, jet skiing, shopping, sailing, scuba diving, golfing, theaters, fishing, boating, volleyball, and windsurfing. Fairmont Hamilton Princess For three rooms, the price is $678 per night Amenities available: Restaurants, boat docking, shops, day spa, fitness center, outdoor freshwater pool, and an outdoor salt water pool.
Crystal and Fantasy Caves Crystal Cave: The cave was founded in 1884, by the Wilkinson family who owned the property above the caves. There are crystal stalactites and stalagmites that hang from the ceiling of the caves and underneath them is water. The crystal formations are over 30 million years old. Fantasy Cave: The cave was also founded by the Wilkinson family. This cave is linked to the Crystal cave, so you can see both caves within a day. There are chandelier soda straw formations that hang from the ceiling, also with water underneath them. Both of the caves have passage ways that float on the surface of the underground lake, so people are allowed to walk down and see all the formations.
Food and Dining at Bermuda
What to Pack for Bermuda Light weight clothes Bathing suits Hats Sunglasses Sunscreen Activities for the beach Flip-flops Beach bag Beach towels Formal wear
Feature Photos From Bermuda This is a picture of Mopeds, which is what everyone drives as a source of transportation. This is a picture of Horseshoe Bay beach, its one of the most famous beaches in Bermuda. This is a picture of a street in downtown, Hamilton they have many restaurants and shops to visit. This is a picture of a golf course in Bermuda at the South Hampton Fairmont hotel. Golfing is a huge attraction that people enjoy doing in Bermuda. This is a picture of a boat that allows people to go snorkeling, another main attraction of Bermuda. This is a map of the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda. It’s a very historical site, and many cruise ships dock here.