Bermuda – ‘The Pink Sand Paradise’

Daria Silter

Daria Silter

Daria Silter is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Global Storybook.
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Bermuda, the small island located somewhere in the middle of the east shores of the North America, is well known for its amazing beaches, expensive mansions, and large golf resorts.  It still officially belongs to the United Kingdom, and is not a very popular destination for average tourists since the island does not have a big variety of affordable hotels and is rather expensive.  However, it is a popular destination for celebrities and rich people alike since its proximity to New York, and other big U.S. cities.

Bermuda is also well-know for its one of a kind pink-colored sand located on a long 3,5 miles beach, developed through a unique mix of corals, shells, and other mineral and calcium deposits found specifically near the shores of the island.

It is best to visit the island in the late Spring to the early Fall seasons, as it can be somewhat cold and windy in the cooler seasons.

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook
Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

Bermuda - Global Storybook

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