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Best Times to Visit Bermuda

The best time to visit Bermuda is either March or April when the temperate weather becomes pleasant for beach bathing, even if it's not quite warm enough for swimming yet. And the prices aren't as high as they are during the busiest season, from May to October. If you're more interested in golfing, plan your trip for the wintertime. Unlike the Caribbean, Bermuda is relatively cool in the winter. As such, you'll score the greatest discount at area hotels and enjoy fewer crowds at top attractions

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Temperatures rarely dip below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, but that means it's still too cold for swimming at the beach. However, if golf is more your sport, you will get a mild discount for traveling at this time. You should be able to find rooms for less than $200 a night, which is practically a steal for Bermuda.

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These two months of spring are like a gift to travelers on a budget. You can visit Bermuda, appreciate its charms and save some cash, too. Temperatures climb out of the high 60s to the low 70s (the ocean still might be a little cool). These two months are also some of the most festive. Easter is an important holiday where islanders take to Horseshoe Bay on Good Friday with beautiful handmade kites – definitely bring your camera. 

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This is Bermuda's beach season when temperatures range from the high 60s to the mid-80s. But this is also when the islands earn their reputation for luxury with some hotel rooms going for more than $1,000 a night. Not only that, but demand is high, so if you want to visit at this time, you'll need to book several months in advance. This is also a prime time for fishing, which is why you'll see so many fishing tournaments on the calendar.

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