Bermuda is a relatively small country, divided into three separate towns. It takes only seven minutes to drive from the airport to the old capital of St. George, and it takes just 15 minutes to Hamilton - the capital and largest city where the World Rugby Classic is hosted.
Climate: The climate in Bermuda is considered to be ‘subtropical’. From spring through fall there is hot and humid weather. In the wintertime there are temperature lows of 42F and daytime temperatures of around 60F. The water is also cooler in the wintertime. One advantage of visiting in the wintertime is that the humidity levels are much lower. The subtropical climate can be attributed to The Gulf Stream, despite the fact that its far north.
Attractions: Scuba diving in particular has become a popular activity. The Atlantic ocean provides amazing views of underwater caves, coral reefs, shipwrecks, and not to mention the marine life. If diving doesn't suit you, then it’s always enjoyable to go swimming or even snorkelling, as you still get to see the marine life and coral reefs. For those who prefer to stay on land, there are a number of world-class golf courses.
Below is just a small example of the hotels that are available and the type of property that you can expect to stay at in Bermuda. If you have a preferred hotel that we have not listed, then please let us know and we would be more than happy to add it to your Bermuda Classic Package.
5 Star Fairmont Hamilton Princess
5 Star Coco Reef Resort
4 Star Fairmont, Southampton
4 Star Rosedon Hotel
4 Star Elbow Beach Resort
4 Star Rosewood Tucker's Point
3 Star Grotto Beach Resort