Nan fields questions about Bermuda from a tourist's point of view. Expertise includes Bermuda on a budget, places to snorkel and why, staying safe, planning a trip, where to stay to maximize the experience, the Civil War connection and much more. Additional resource referrals are often provided.
After a first-time visit during a rain-soaked week back in the late '80s, Nan declared that Bermuda would become her destination of choice - rain or shine. Since then, she has visited this Atlantic Ocean beauty nearly every year. She gladly shares her experiences with others. Ask a question today!
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Bermuda is a magical place and a quick trip from the Eastern US. Locals are wonderful people who make visitors feel welcome.
Bermuda is often confused with Caribbean destinations, when in fact, it lies only 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina, US.
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Hello Mike, My expertise is Bermuda, which isn't in the Caribbean. In fact, it's just off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. About 650 miles to be more precise. Bermuda doesn't offer the type
Hello Andrew. You'll love Bermuda. I've just returned from my annual trip and already planning my next visit! You might consider buying a transportation pass for unlimited travel by bus or ferry during
I just did a web search and found some conflicting information - cruises do depart from Charleston to Bermuda, but I didn't find one for 2012. That sounded odd to me, until I found out that Norweigan Cruises
Hi Tommie, To my knowledge there are no such cruises to or from Bermuda/Cape Hatteras. Cruises launch from Norfolk, Charleston (SC), Baltimore, Boston, Florida and New York. Maybe Norfolk would
Hi Bob, Affectionately known as "the rock", Bermuda sits atop a long dormant volcano, so it's no surprise that access to many of its beaches require a bit of work. You might look into Grotto Bay