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Bermuda

Bay in the Hiliton section of Bermuda

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Bermuda

Bermuda is honeymoon paradise consisting of approximately 180 islands linked by bridges. Located 650 miles / 1046 kilometers east of North Carolina, a beautiful stretch of the Atlantic dazzles Bermuda’s 75 miles / 120 kilometers of dramatic coastline with sparkling turquoise waves. All of the islands offer lush vegetation, unique wildlife and beautiful beaches . . . some of which boast pink sand, a feature found in only a few places worldwide. This tiny overseas territory of the UK offers visitors extraordinary weather, amazing scenery and plenty to do. Those who grace Bermuda with their presence on their honeymoon find out why they say Bermuda is an island paradise made for two.

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Highlights
Bermuda Maritime Museum, Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Verdmont Museum, Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo, Tucker House Museum, Bermuda National Trust Museum, and Fort St. Catherine . . . these can all be seen with the purchase of the Heritage Passport. Other highlights include the Botanical Gardens, Crystal Caves, Dolphin Quest, and the Royal Naval Dockyard to name a few. If diving is your specialty, visit some of the 400 historic wrecks, some dating back to the 15th century!
Geography/Environment
Bermuda is comprised of over 180 islands connected by bridges. With caverns and caves, beaches and bays, Bermuda is alive and vibrant. Hosting over 4,500 marine organisms, 1,100 insects and spiders, 750 different types of fungi, 1,000 varieties of plant life, 350 bird species, and 650 species of fishes, Bermuda has all a naturist, adventurer and honeymooner would want in a destination.
Activities
Whether you seek adventure by land or by sea, you will find it in Bermuda. Activities can be as varied as your heart desires. From tennis, golf or spa services in the morning to horseback riding and birding in the afternoon, this island has it all. If diving is your game, Bermuda is known as the "Shipwreck Capital of the Atlantic" according to Skin Diver Magazine. If laying low is how you would rather spend your honeymoon, Bermuda's pink beaches are legendary.
Climate and Weather
Bermuda has a remarkably mild climate that seldom sees extremes of either hot or cold. During the winter months (December through March), temperatures average 70ºF. The hottest part of the year is between May and mid-October, when temperatures range from 75ºF to 85ºF. The summer months are somewhat drier, although rainfall is spread fairly evenly throughout the year.

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Destination Wedding Information
Getting married in Bermuda is quite simple.
  • Request a Notice of Intended Marriage form from Bermuda's Registrar General's Office (441-297-7709 or 441-297-7707), or the Bermuda Department of Tourism office nearest you.
  • Fill it out and mail it back to the Registrar General, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton HM 12 Bermuda, along with a cashier's check or bank draft made payable to the Accountant General, Hamilton, Bermuda, in the amount of $210.00 U.S. dollars (plus $21.00 for the certificate).

    Your license will be valid for three months, and can be picked up at the Registrar's office by you or a designated person.

Bermuda Reviews
Beach Wedding 09/09/2008
by Brenda Punchak last updated on 03/13/2013
Brenda was fabulous in planning our Bermuda wedding! We sailed out of Newark on Royal Caribbean and docked in Bermuda for two days. It was a great choice for our family, since we are from the Philly/Allentown Pa area, as it was drivable and no one had...
Bermuda!
by Lucille Pucciarelli last updated on 10/30/2009
Most people think Bermuda is part of the Caribbean; it's not, it's an Atlantic Island. Located where it is, it's important to realize that Bermuda is not warm enough for swimming in the late fall, winter or early spring. Bermuda is very...
Azamara Journey and Bermuda
by Lucille Pucciarelli last updated on 10/29/2009
Azamara Journey, the first in a new class of ship and new spin-off cruise line for Celebrity, is a former R-class Renaissance cruise ship that has undergone a $19 million renovation, some of which is still ongoing. The ship is about the same size as...
Romantic Honeymoon in Bermuda
by Judy Faust last updated on 03/30/2009
You could not find a more romantic spot for a honeymoon than Bermuda. I’ve visited the island close to ten times for both business and pleasure. The people are fabulous, the beaches are unbelievable and the sunsets are remarkable. This beautiful island...